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Linkless method to share second level informaton

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000016057D
Original Publication Date: 2002-Sep-25
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-21
Document File: 2 page(s) / 101K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

Summary: A linkless method to display Second level information is proposed. This is the method to display further information in a database without using the Link method on a web browser. This method uses header information which is mapped with keywords in a database. It makes usability and effectiveness higher. Advantages: • It avoids direct access to the original database because it doesn't use the Link method. • It displays frequently updated information, not static information written in html files.

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Linkless method to share second level informaton

Summary: A linkless method to display Second level information is proposed. This is the method to display further information in a database without using the Link method on a web browser. This method uses header information which is mapped with keywords in a database. It makes usability and effectiveness higher.

Advantages:
* It avoids direct access to the original database because it doesn't use the Link method.
* It displays frequently updated information, not static information written in html files.
* To display the information, the associated HTML header, which is mapped to a keyword, is used. So the second level information becomes appropriate information of the primary information.

* Because the associated HTML header, which is mapped to a keyword is used, an update of the second level information is required only one time in a database.

Implementation:
·.Store Second level information and keywords in the database1. (Figure1 ·-(1)) Create a mapping table of headers retrieved from the html files in homepage3 and keywords in database1.(Figure1 ·-(2)) These tables are merged. (Figure1 ·-(3))

·.When a user double-clicks on the homepage3, a program retrieves the associated header in the homepage and the header string is passed to CGI as a search key in database1.

·.The CGI program searches in database1 and the second level information is retrieved with the keyword which is associated with the header string. The...