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Content Manager Implementation and Migration Cookbook

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 09 May 2006

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ISBN-10: 0738496200
ISBN-13: 9780738496207
IBM Form #: SG24-7051-01

Authors: Wei-Dong Zhu, Jorge A. Andres, Kenneth S. Christensen, Chun Liu and Glenn Dreves

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    This IBM Redbooks publication deals with IBM DB2 Content Manager implementation and migration. It is aimed at architects, designers, developers, and system administrators of Content Manager systems.

    We cover the basic concepts needed to design and implement a Content Manager solution. This includes topics on data modeling, workflow, text indexing and search, application development, query language, security, and Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) overview. In addition, we cover the solution implementation process from planning and designing, to deployment. To put concepts into real practice, we provide practical case studies to demonstrate how to implement a Content Manager solution for real-world scenarios.

    We also deal with IBM DB2 Content Manager migration. This includes migration on Multiplatforms, for TSM, and for Content Manager custom applications. In addition, we describe an approach and process for special migration scenarios such as cross platform migration and migration from a third-party product.

    Once a Content Manager system is implemented or migrated, it is important to maintain the system. We discuss maintenance, performance tuning, and troubleshooting issues for a production Content Manager system.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1. Content Manager products overview

    Chapter 2. Architecture overview

    Part 2 Understanding the product

    Chapter 3. Data modeling

    Chapter 4. Workflow

    Chapter 5. Text indexing and searching

    Chapter 6. Application development overview

    Chapter 7. Query language

    Chapter 8. Security

    Chapter 9. TSM overview

    Chapter 10. XML support

    Part 3 Content Manager implementation

    Chapter 11. Planning and designing

    Chapter 12. Deployment

    Chapter 13. Case study

    Part 4 Content Manager migration

    Chapter 14. Migration on Multiplatforms

    Chapter 15. TSM migration

    Chapter 16. Special migration scenarios

    Chapter 17. Application migration

    Part 5 Maintenance

    Chapter 18. Maintenance

    Chapter 19. Export and import utilities

    Chapter 20. Performance tuning

    Chapter 21. Troubleshooting

    Part 6 Appendixes

    Appendix A. Installation and configuration (for V8.2 only)

    Appendix B. Migration on z/OS (for V8.2 only)

    Appendix C. Replacement token for z/OS installation JCL CLIST/edit macro

    Appendix D. ACL user exits UDF declarations

    Appendix E. API migration tables for Content Manager

    Appendix F. Configuration and log files


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