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Re: Looking for a CMS

by jeffa (Bishop)
on Jun 14, 2013 at 15:36 UTC ( #1038978=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Looking for a CMS

Sounds like you want a Model View Controller framework (MVC) rather than a Content Management System (CMS) which itself could potentially be an MVC. Have a look at Catalyst. I am not a fan of the API for Catalyst, but it's what we got. If you have never worked with an MVC then please understand you have a potentially tremendous learning curve ahead of you. At the very least, the organization, designing and planning involved in porting your existing site will be daunting at best. I recommend identifying the most crucial aspects of your site and work towards rebuilding those in parralel with the maintenence of your existing site. Good luck!


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[erix]: the annoying thing is that during setup of the 'foreign table' you have to specify all the columns. But that is reasonably automatable (just reading header line, and contruct the needed CREATE FOREIGN TABLE' statement)
[erix]: it may be easier to just slurp your fils into regular tables. Has other infrastructure advantages also (indexes, constraints etc)

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