IBM Workplace Web Content Management for Portal 5.1 and IBM Workplace Web Content Management 2.5

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on January 17, 2006, updated January 30, 2006

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ISBN-10: 0738494259
ISBN-13: 9780738494258
IBM Form #: SG24-6792-00


Authors: John Bergland, Marilyn Flax, Michael Fromin, Amier Jordan, Sabine Nagl, Thomas Radigewski, Theresa Smit and Oliver Trabert

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    Abstract

    IBM Workplace Web Content Management is a powerful and sophisticated Web content management product that is designed to accelerate development and delivery of critical business information. It enables end-to-end collaboration for content creation, approvals, management, retention, and publishing across Internet, intranet, extranet, and portal assets. Despite its power, it is remarkably easy to use.

    This IBM Redbooks publication provides a comprehensive approach to understanding and using IBM Workplace Web Content Management. It addresses the specific technical aspects of IBM Workplace Web Content Management and discusses its underlying architecture and features. It also recommends deployment scenarios and provides detailed discussions on how to best use the product to take advantage of built-in features and its extensible API.

    To address the needs of a broad range of users, this book provides a basic tutorial and then builds upon this foundation to explore advanced topics and opportunities for customization. This book discusses key concepts and best practices for creating a accurate Information Architecture and site framework. It also addresses how to upgrade data from earlier versions of the product and how to migrate data from external Web content management systems.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Introducing IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Part 2. Deployment planning and installation

    Chapter 2. Product architecture and deployment planning

    Chapter 3. Installing and configuring IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Chapter 4. Introduction to IBM Workplace Web Content Management 2.5

    Part 3. Key concepts, information architecture, site design, and reference implementations

    Chapter 5. Key concepts and terminology

    Chapter 6. Information architecture and site design

    Chapter 7. Building the River Bend Web site with IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Chapter 8. Caching and pre-rendering considerations

    Chapter 9. Advanced integration with IBM Workplace Web Content Management and WebSphere Portal

    Chapter 10. Search functionality for IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Chapter 11. Personalization rules for IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Chapter 12. Working with the application programming interface

    Chapter 13. Advanced topics and examples with the API

    Chapter 14. Migrating to IBM Workplace Web Content Management 5.1

    Chapter 15. Migrating content into IBM Workplace Web Content Management

    Appendix A. Additional material

     

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