IBM Workplace Web Content Management Java Edition V2 and IBM DB2 Content Manager V8 Working Together
An IBM Redbooks publication
Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
Published on 05 October 2004, updated 29 October 2004
IBM Form #: SG24-6368-00
Authors: Wei-Dong Zhu, Stephan Bolten, Ziad Hakim, Maria Elena de Leon and Walter Mayer
In this IBM Redbooks publication, we explore how we can put both IBM Workplace Web Content Management (Workplace Web Content Management) Java Edition V2 and IBM DB2 Content Manager (Content Manager) V8 products at work together.
We provide overviews of Workplace Web Content Management and Content Manager products, discuss why we might want to integrate both products and when to do so.
Before you begin integration, we cover various areas that you need to be familiar with and aware of. We provide verification checklists, hints and tips on system installation and configuration.
To create an integrated Workplace Web Content Management with Content Manager solution, we show you how you can use Content Manager as the data repository for Workplace Web Content Management and how to publish existing Content Manager data to Workplace Web Content Management using federated content components, connect tags, and JSP components.
With the basics of how to integrate, we address some of the issues you need to consider when planning the system architecture for the integrated solution.
Other topics included in this book are portal integration, search, security, VideoCharger integration, syndication, data migration, and versioning.
This book is ideal for IT architects and specialists who will be working on the integration of Workplace Web Content Management and Content Manager solution projects.
Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. IBM Workplace Web Content Management overview
Chapter 2. IBM DB2 Content Manager overview
Chapter 3. Why and when to integrate
Chapter 4. Case study
Part 2. Integration
Chapter 5. Before you begin integration: pre-integration validation
Chapter 6. Using CM as a repository for Workplace Web Content Management
Chapter 7. Publishing Content Manager content
Chapter 8. System architecture considerations
Chapter 9. Portal integration
Part 3. Advanced topics
Chapter 10. Search
Chapter 11. Security
Chapter 12. VideoCharger integration
Chapter 13. Data migration through syndication
Chapter 14. Versioning
Appendix A. Installation supplement