Interwoven, Inc., a provider of content management for the enterprise, has announced broad support for the Microsoft .NET platform and its programming model, the .NET Framework, which is designed to help software developers and systems administrators build and customize applications. Interwoven's recently announced ContentServices 2.0 SDK (CS SDK) is a Web Services toolkit that interoperates with the .NET Framework, allowing customers to use their tools of choice to develop integrations and custom applications that incorporate enterprise content management functionality.
Interwoven ContentServices 2.0 is a services-oriented architecture (SOA) and provides standards-based access to content management services such as task management, workflow, user rights, project configuration, and versioning. ContentServices 2.0 supports WSDL 1.1 and provides these files in an attempt to make it easy for developers to integrate content management into packaged applications such as portals, CRM, ERP, and custom applications. .NET developers can access Interwoven Content Services with Visual Studio .NET, increasing their productivity.
Future releases of Interwoven ContentServices will enable point-and-click as well as custom integrations with .NET-based portal servers such as SharePoint, and will support the recently ratified Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) specification in order to fully support .NET servers. In addition to support for .NET, Interwoven's client and server technologies provide integrations with Microsoft products such as Office, Commerce Server, IIS, and SQL Server as well as client tools that work with tools such as Internet Explorer 6 and Office 2000.