Content Federation System
Question 1: What is meant by the CFS module?
Answer: : Content Federation System (CFS) module is used to manage web content, allowing multiple contributors to create, edit, and publish the content on University websites.
Question 2: What is the use of the CFS module to the University?
Answer: It helps analysts/ programmers to manage the University website content.
Question 3: How many roles are there in the CFS module?
Answer: There are three roles in the CFS module i.e.:-
|cfs_admin||Configure the setting, approve publish the content, track the content lifecycle, etc.|
|cfs_admin_view||Same role as CFS_Admin but with viewing rights only.|
|cfs_ou_admin||Can add content, submit it, and track their content lifecycle.|
Question 4: How can we add the different types of categories in the CFS module?
Answer: Cfs_admin is responsible for adding the different types of categories in the settings of the modules.
Question 5: How can module admin track the content whether published or not?
Answer: Cfs_admin needs to click on the tracking section of the module to view the current status of the content.
Question 6: In CFS the content will be published means physically somebody will do the publishing and then track it on the system?
Answer: There are a few departments that want to publish their content on the website. The content goes through the chain of approval. So the content Federation system manages the complete approval system of the content for a university or a higher education institute. After approval, the content is ready to be published. The website manager can then check the approved content and publish it on the website.