|How does the Server-Side Integration work|
In server-side integration your web-page with the business hours of dynOZ is composed entirely on your web-server. A prerequisite for this type of integration is that your web-pages are generated dynamically. This is always the case if you use a Content Management System (CMS) on your web server. Particularly convenient is the integration in the CMS Joomla, Drupal and TYPO3 as dynOZ provides extensions for each of those CMS.
If other php-based CMS are used, dynOZ provides a generic php source code snippet that can also be integrated easily. This source code can be downloaded here. In the source code only the dynOZ-webkey and a name for a temporary file have to be entered. The temporary file buffers data loaded from dynOZ with the benefit of reducing load times and transferred data volume.