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Many times, if you use a content management system, repository, or any other kind of database maintenance system, the system may assign IDs automatically for you. If you do use this feature, ask your system vendor to document how he generates the Ids. You can include those facts in your information model. If you assign your own IDs, you may want to consider using a shortened version of the filename, content unit, or element name, and the purpose or subject of the content you are assigning the ID to.

Other metadata you may discover from search and navigation (click Results) of your web site, or from internal resources such as your support desk. Be careful when developing your metadata scheme. If you discover that you have too many categories, you may find your information developers become discouraged and frustrated while creating information because they have to enter in so many metadata attributes. If you have too few attribute categories, you may find you don’t have enough information to provide adequate search and retrieval or specialized styles.

You can use the metadata discovered through this process to apply to the metadata tables describing each of your information types, content units, and elements. The examples below are names and definitions for the metadata categories identified in step 3. information_type A standard information structure with standard content, including tasks, concepts, and tutorials. product_name The name of the product, including Super Computer 6000, Super Computer 210, Super Computer 220, and Super Computer 500.

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