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Content Manager Backup/Recovery and High Availability: Strategies, Options, and Procedures
Enterprise Content Management

Redbooks, published 22 Mar 2004

Structured and unstructured data is constantly growing, data retention requirements and user access requirements are continuously changing, and the demand for the readiness and availability of business systems and data becomes even higher. The use of content management systems is vital and necessary; it is what makes an organization's success viable. The availability of these systems is of crucial importance. Several technologies of various degrees have provided an answer to backup, availability, and disaster recovery requirements, but all at a price. How can you achieve maximum availability ... [more]


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Troubleshooting Content Manager and TSM Integration
Enterprise Content Management

Web Doc, published 22 Dec 2003

In this document we introduce various resources for troubleshooting problems with a Content Manager and TSM integration.


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eClient 101 Customization and Integration
Enterprise Content Management

Redbooks, published 21 Oct 2003

This IBM Redbooks publication provides a basic introduction to IBM DB2 Content Manager Version 8 eClient. By providing helpful, easy-to-understand sample codes and step-by-step instructions, this book will help you in your next eClient integration and customization project. We provide detailed step-by-step instructions on installing eClient, installing eClient in a WebSphere Network Deployment environment, and using eClient. To prepare for eClient customization and integration, we introduce J2EE, servlets, and JSPs. We cover the eClient architecture and inspect a basic eClient control flow. ... [more]


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