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The concept of information blocks enables you to build information storages of different structure. You will find examples of various approaches to creating information storages in the trial version.

Single tier architecture

In this version, information blocks do not contain sections or subsections. For example, the Articles information block immediately contains elements which are the descriptions of articles:

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Multitier architecture

  • Two tier architecture - information blocks contain elements grouped in sections. For example, the Photo gallery information block below contains photos in sections CeBIT and Modern education:

  • N-tier architecture - information blocks holds elements grouped in sections which in their turn may reside in other sections. For example, the Books catalog contains a list of books grouped by themes:

    At that, each such group may be split into subgroups according to subjects:

Note: the system does not limit the number of hierarchy levels. What is more, elements may not belong to any of existing groups (sections). In this case, they are attached to the top level:

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