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SSO support for CONNIE PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 05 March 2006
Single-Sign-On (SSO): Users are be able to sign to only one node, and will be able to access all nodes from the network. SSO is not only used for inter-node communication, but also enables individual nodes to make agreements with organizations, and allow them to access a CONNIE node using theirs existing active directory user accounts. Thle connection between Italy and Slovenia has been successfully implemented. User from Slovenia can access Italian node.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 October 2006 )
CMS: Content Management System PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 09 August 2004
CMS: Content management system – (CMS) was selected and set up covering the CONNIE needs supporting the creation, management, distribution, publishing and retrieval of information. The role of CMS is also to serve as a platform for distribution and development as well as reuse of components such as FAQs, records management, subscription, etc. that each can configure into the portal as needed. It is also supported with Web Services technology to integrate with external applications.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 05 March 2006 )
Welcome to CONNIE PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 12 June 2004
EU e-Content project CONNIE aims at delivering pan-European access to building regulations and standards through a network of information services dealing with content coming from 7 European countries. The CONNIE approach is original in several ways: it facilitates the use, the feedback and the exchange of building regulations; it is a network of decentralized portals with flexible conceptual architecture; it provides new B2B and B2C internet business models. The approach adopted to develop the CONNIE systems is based on the “CONNIE commons”
Last Updated ( Thursday, 08 February 2007 )
Resons for failures in construction PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 09 August 2004
Some of the most important reasons for failiures in construction are: (1) A poorly detailed drawing. (2)Operatives being given incorrect instructions. (3) Technical information not being available (3) Other reasons related to the use of standards and regulations
One of the most important barriers to enter cross-border EU construction market are Building Regulations, which do have a crucial impact on the quality of the built environment. 
Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 October 2006 )

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