It is one of the most demanding portion of implementation. In this aspect, you can identify the specifications of your organization, can develop a classification (taxonomy system) that meets those specifications, and consider where metadata should be permitted or required.
Warnings and Caution:
Do not ignore the importance of metadata.Metadata is very important to making your content feasible and convenient-- with or without a content management system.The content model determines how information is formed.In unregulated and unstructured authoring equipments, like as Word and Framemaker, the content model is generally determined in a style guide and a template and is embedded by technical editors.In structured and regulated authoring tools, the content model is embedded by the software.
Like you characterize the content model, you must balance the accuracy, precision and simplicity.Characterizing and defining with accuracy and precision leads to complex and large content models.Keeping it as plain (simple) as doable makes it more accessible and convenient.Other system or workflow items, specifically the CMS (content management system) or single-sourcing plans, can put obstacles and limitations on how you describe your content model and what kind of Metadata you develop.Just for an example, using HTML5 as your model is simple and easy (everything is pre decided ), but it has some boundations(for example, no provision for reuse of the content).
A system content model can match your specifications perfectly, but it is very difficult to build it. Appropriately early in the project,you have to decide whether a current model (For example like as an XML standard) is an adequate match for your content or whether you need to develop your own content model.Content evolution for technical information is in the middle of a hard transit from structured to unstructured content model,usually based on the XML (Extensible Markup language).
XML provides powerful benefits, like as the capability to embed relevant design and the ability to create a diversity of output patterns automatically.Unless, set up an XML-based content evolution environment is technically difficult, challenging and often costly.