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Differences between Content Station 9 AIR and Content Station 9 Web

Differences between Content Station 9 AIR and Content Station 9 Web

Content Station is available in 2 versions:

  • Content Station AIR: This is a stand-alone version of Content Station which is installed separately on each system on which it needs to be run. It is called 'AIR' because it is based on Adobe AIR technology. In this version, all features of the application can be used.
  • Content Station Web: This version runs within any Web browser and therefore requires no additional installation. Compared to using Content Station AIR, not all features of the application can be used or they may work in a slightly different way.

Example. Some of the actions that you cannot perform in Content Station Web include:

  • Uploading files that are larger than 100MB.
  • Double-clicking files to open them in their own application.
  • Dragging files from Finder or Explorer to upload them or add them to a Dossier.
  • Using the Digital Publishing Application for publishing to the Adobe Digital Publishing Service (DPS).

The figures below show the same user logged in to Content Station AIR and to Content Station Web.

Content Station AIR

Figure: Content Station AIR.

Content Station Web

Figure: Content Station Web.

Reference Materials

Content Station 9 documentation

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