Implementing Web Applications with CM Information Integrator for Content and OnDemand Web Enablement Kit
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 20 August 2004
IBM Form #: SG24-6338-00
Authors: Wei-Dong Zhu, Javier Almaraz, Gordon Campbell, Hanaa Hammad, Nirva Morisseau-Leroy, Bud Paton
In this IBM Redbooks publication, we deal with implementing Web applications using IBM DB2 Content Manager Information Integrator for Content Version 8 and IBM DB2 Content Manager OnDemand Web Enablement Kit. It is aimed at designers and developers of Content Manager systems.
In Part 1, we provide a brief introduction to Content Manager, OnDemand, Web application basics, and the case study we use throughout the entire book when showing and demonstrating how to develop Web applications.
In Part 2, we work specifically with application development with Information Integrator for Content. We provide a brief programming overview and show you how to get a quick start with developing Web applications using the Java OO APIs. Using non-visual Java beans, we show you how to build a generic Content Manager application. Working with the case study, we also show you how to build a customized Content Manager application. Lastly, we show you how you can add text search and document rendering in your application.
In Part 3, we work with ODWEK. We provide a brief overview of Web enabling OnDemand, installing and configuring of ODWEK, and developing a Web application using ODWEK.
There are many sample codes provided along with this book. They provide the basic concept and code for developing Content Manager and OnDemand Web applications.
Table of contents
Part 1 Introduction
1. Web application basics
2. Content Manager overview
3. OnDemand overview
4. Case study
Part 2 Developing CM Web applications with Information Integrator for Content
5. Information Integrator for Content programming overview
6. Quick start in Web application development
7. Building a generic application
8. Building a case study application
9. Adding text search capability
10. Adding document rendering capability
Part 3 Developing OnDemand Web applications
11. Web enabling OnDemand
12. ODWEK installation and configuration
13. Building a Web application with ODWEK APIs
Part 4 Appendixes
Appendix A. Setting up case study infrastructure
Appendix B. Sample code
Appendix C. Additional material
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