A Sample Solution for Records Management with Process Choreography
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Published 10 March 2005
IBM Form #: SG24-6481-00
Authors: Bart Jacob, Jan Antos, Budi Darmwan, Mike Kerzee, Therese Sroujian
This IBM Redbooks publication describes a sample implementation of a complex solution that addresses a key challenge being faced by many enterprises today. Document and record management has always been a difficult (and often manual) process. Enterprises need to address this challenge, not only to make their business, employees, partners, and customers more efficient, but also to comply with ever-increasing regulations.
Addressing these requirements demands a flexible solution that can be integrated with current and future IT systems and applications. It is also critical that it is driven through controllable and automated business processes.
This book describes a sample solution that integrates IBM DB2 Records Manager, IBM DB2 Content Manager, IBM WebSphere Application Server Enterprise Process Choreographer, IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM Tivoli Directory Server, and other software to provide a prototype solution. Though basic in its function, the solution and the steps to implement it can be used to help architects, IT specialists, and developers get started in creating a solution addressing their enterprise-specific requirements.
Table of contents
Part 1. Overview
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Solution context and overview
Part 2. Design and development
Chapter 3. Architectural decisions
Chapter 4. Component design and development
Chapter 5. Development environment
Part 3. Installation and configuration
Chapter 6. Portal node installation
Chapter 7. Business Integration node installation
Chapter 8. Content Management node installation
Chapter 9. Records Management node installation
Chapter 10. Configuration
Part 4. Deployment and execution
Chapter 11. Solution deployment
Chapter 12. Solution walkthrough
Part 5. Appendix
Appendix A. Additional material
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