MarkUPS Feb 16 2011

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Presentation from MarkUPS, the Maryland MarkLogic User's Group


1.MarkLogic Toolkits and ConnectorsPete Aven2-16-20112. Look at Office3. Look When You Save4. Look Again5. Look Inside6. Where Does XML Belong7. Look at your XML Now8. Look Back At Word9. Do Authors Care its XML10. Authors Want the Ability to Do XML-y Type ThingsIdentify and Tag parts (or components) of DocumentsAssociate Rich Metadata with these ComponentsSearch and Re-Use Previously Authored Components in New Office Documents ( retaining their Metadata )Search and Re-Use Other Document Formats11. Can Authors Do These Things in Office As It Is? Do we have a solution to help people do what they want to do in Office?12. Yes! Swan Diveinto the MarkLogic Toolkits for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint!13. Toolkits have 3 major componentsAn Addin for Word/Excel/PowerPoint with supporting JavaScript API for getting XML in and out of the document being authoredAn XQuery library for generating and manipulating Office documents on the ServerSample Applications14. Addin15. Sample Authoring App16. Demo17. Integrating with Office18. The Sample App is Configurable19. Configuration OptionsContent Controls Labels and TypesCustom Metadata Parts and their Association To ControlsBoilerplate Template ListComponent Search FiltersThats like 90% of what I need, if it only did X we coulduse this toNo Problem, Its built using an Open Source Toolkit! Happy Hacking!20. Component PartsMain ContentRelationshipsStylesN Associated Custom Metadata PartsThe Toolkit XQuery API simplifies use of components and their requisite parts 21. What Do You Want To Do With Office That You Cant Today?The MarkLogic Sample Authoring App for Word is just 1 example of an application you can build using the Toolkit for Word.22. Word is a Producer and Consumer of XMLWord provides a window into MarkLogic Insert XML Anywhere23. Add Custom XML Parts 24. Extract XML out of document 25. Save XML directly to MarkLogic 26. Local .docx not required