RichLink is patented technology providing advanced linking and tagging capabilities for the most demanding internet applications.
and centralizes the management and distribution of links and metatags at the
word, phrase, and metadata level. RichLink maps the content you
already have; tags that content automatically; and serves content
that lets users find the information they need without leaving the
Map: Manage all the connections between
any term on a webpage and any information across your enterprise
by making simple changes in a database.
Tag: Scan, analyze, parse, and tag
HTML documents automatically in milliseconds. Apply natural language
processing, metadata, and filters to insert any type of tag or code
Serve: Deliver enhanced HTML content
to any database, content management system (CMS), or file system.
Display customized portlets and associated content for Web users.
Dynamic Contextual Linking (DCL) is a process that enables intelligent delivery
of relevant content and functions to users within the context of
their active workspace. DCL can sit on top of the standard Web application
delivery stack, and you can apply DCL at one or more of the authoring,
publishing, serving, or viewing steps of the content lifecycle.
RichLink Processor™: In
combination with the RichLink Contextual Content Server (CCS), the
RichLink Processor (RLP) can insert any multipurpose tag to create
RichLink enabled documents. RichLink enabled HTML pages display
links, functions, and portlets to end users through the user's Web
RichLink Contextual Content Server™:
Stores information about meaningful connections between terms and
any content object – including text documents, images, multimedia,
or audio. Every term is analyzed using several criteria to determine
whether it should be linked and what it should link to. Portlets
can be loaded from the CCS to be displayed as separate windows or
embedded in existing pages.
The RichLink Developer's Kit™:
Provides the tools to manage, integrate, and configure the RichLink
system. Utilities are included for creating customized views, managing
the CCS, and converting and loading database information. API's
are provided along with more than 300 pages of documentation for
accessing the RLP and CCS from any application.
The RichLink Portlet: When you click
on a RichLink enabled link, a preconfigured window appears called
a RichLink portlet. The portlet can display anything from a simple
natural language glossary definition to an entire mini-site. RichLink
also supports inserting any HTML code snippets, so it's possible
to leverage any code change you want to make in a Web application
or across your entire Web site.