Heretto Deploy Portal at a Glance

Heretto Deploy Portal enables you to instantaneously deliver content from Heretto CCMS to a customizable and dynamic content portal.

Figure 1. Content in Heretto CCMS is published to Heretto Deploy Portal
Your content in Heretto CCMS is instantaneously published to Heretto Deploy Portal.

Features and Benefits

With Heretto Deploy Portal, you can:

  • Instantaneously deliver your content to a modern, responsive, and lightweight documentation portal or your own endpoint
  • Maintain large sets of versioned content (50,000+ topics)
  • Leverage strong SEO performance
  • Personalize content based on your audience

Structured and Faceted Search

The Heretto Deploy search engine is built on Lucene and enables you to leverage full text, fuzzy matching, and weighted search capabilities within your Heretto Deploy Portal. You can also use your custom-built CCMS taxonomy metadata to add search facets in the portal so users can refine their search results.

User Authentication and Content Filtering

Heretto Deploy enables you to specify different access levels on your Heretto Deploy Portal by using the Single Sign On (SSO) feature and DITAVALs to identify who the user is and what content they should have access to. This way, your users are identified, authenticated, and delivered only the specific, relevant content to individual users.

Heretto Deploy lets you to filter your portal content by associating a DITAVAL with a sitemap. This enables you to quickly do the following:
  • Hide internal content from your public portal
  • Filter content by properties like language, region, or product
  • Filter content by version or release

Customizable Look and Feel

The Heretto Deploy Portal look and feel is customizable to match your brand, typography, and style guidelines. Customizing and configuring your portal can be done directly in Heretto CCMS and enables a seamless integration with your other web properties.

Code Formatting

The Heretto Deploy Portal can automatically format code and highlight the code syntax in <codeblock> and <pre> elements. In the DITA source, you can specify the language type for each <codeblock> or <pre> element individually.