SERVER-BASED PUBLISHING PUBLISHING AND RENDERING - LET THE SERVER WORK!
Server-supported automation enables InDesign and PDF documents to be generated and updated independently.
The connection between priint:planner and rendering server allows you to automate a large number of routine tasks on the server side. The InDesign server and the comet pdf-renderer are supported as rendering servers. The use of several rendering servers enables extensive scaling of the automation processes.
Server jobs can be started by the user in the
priint:planner application. In addition, work?ows can become configured, which executes the server jobs that are planned, administrated and monitored using a web interface.
The load is automatically distributed between the instances of a server and also between several servers. An InDesign Server can be used by multiple publishing servers in parallel.
Typical tasks that are mapped by the server:
The rendering server offers a variety of possibilities to relieve the user of routine tasks and save time.
The rendering server is an essential part of the priint:suite as an enterprise publishing platform.
The entity model forms the core of the publishing hub. The contents of all integrated content systems are combined in the entity model to form a uniform data model. This entity model is created through configuration; programming skills are not required. The publishing hub provides the data for output systems via data providers, e.g. the priint:comet and priint:pdf renderer database publishing components. External systems can also access the consolidated publishing data. Publishing-specific content, which cannot be queried via a link to external content systems, can be saved in the publishing hub database.
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