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Administration of models

The model administration is the tool of information architects. It is used to define object types and their content models. In doing so, information architects define which objects types are available and if and where they can be created in the content administration of the structure area. They also define which data can contain object types and how they are structured. In the content administration, components of the onion.net editor use this information to generate progressive forms for data recording from the content models (see Rich text editor).

This section provides a short overview of the functioning principles of model administration in the onion.net editor. More information on how to proceed to set up an information architecture can be taken from the Information Architects' Manual.