Documentum 6.5 Content Management Foundations
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- Technical foundations of the Documentum platform
- Over 200 practice questions and three practice tests
- Up-to-date information on version 6.5 SP2 including presets, aspects, new Webtop interface, lightweight types, Composer, and DFS
- Over 200 illustrations and many more examples from a real-life business scenario
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 416 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : June 2010
ISBN : 1849680221
ISBN 13 : 9781849680226
Author(s) : Pawan Kumar
Topics and Technologies : All Books, CMS and eCommerce, Content Management (CMS), Enterprise
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: ECM Basics
Chapter 2: Working with Content
Chapter 3: Objects and Types
Chapter 4: Architecture
Chapter 5: Users and Privileges
Chapter 6: Groups and Roles
Chapter 7: Object Security
Chapter 8: Searching
Chapter 9: Webtop Presets
Chapter 10: Documentum Projects
Chapter 11: Custom Types
Chapter 12: Workflows
Chapter 13: Lifecycles
Chapter 14: Aliases
Chapter 15: Virtual Documents
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Errata- 15 submitted: last submission 04 Jun 2014
Errata type: Technical | Page numbers= 269
Replace "The type of an object can only be changed to the immediate supertype or an immediate subtype of the existing type." with "The type of an object can only be changed to a supertype or a subtype of the existing type." in the paragraph preceding the query at the bottom of the page.
Errata type: Typo | Page number: 242
Replace "dm_dar" with "dmc_dar" in the notes at the top of the page.
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The path 00000010\80\09be.jpg in the figure should be 00000010\80\09\be.jpg
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The term privilages in the figure at the bottom of the page should be spelt as privileges.
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Web Publisher Page Builder provides a WYSIWIG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor with page creation, layout, and display capabilities for business users.
It should be:
Web Publisher Page Builder provides a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor with page creation, layout, and display capabilities for business users.
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Agroup is identified as a domain when the value of the property group_class is domain.
It should be:
A group is identified as a domain when the value of the property group_class is domain.
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The term repo3 in the figure should be repo2.
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Further, the primary type must be dm_syobject or one of its subtypes other than dm_policy.
It should be:
Further, the primary type must be dm_sysobject or one of its subtypes other than dm_policy.
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Please ignore the second screenshot on the page.
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Internally, the applicable types for the lifecycle are recorded on dm_policy.inlcuded_type(repeating string) and dm_policy.include_subtypes(repeating Boolean).
It should be:
Internally, the applicable types for the lifecycle are recorded on dm_policy.included_type(repeating string) and dm_policy.include_subtypes(repeating Boolean).
Page no: 191
In the bullet point no. 3 of the page, instead of:
Hidden objects may be revealed by using Advanced Search, which is discussed later in the hapter.
It should be:
Hidden objects may be revealed by using Advanced Search, which is discussed later in the chapter.
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We need a folder for the loan application, which is has the loan account number as its name.
It should be:
We need a folder for the loan application, which has the loan account number as its name.
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The table header Permissions should be above the permissions NONE, DELETE, BROWSE, and so on.
The terms dm_world, dm_owner, zone_all, and so on should have the header as User/Group.
Non-qualifiable attributes cannot be used queries.
It should be:
Non-qualifiable attributes cannot be used in queries.
The following is the list of acronyms used throughout the book:
ACL Access Control List
ADTS Advanced DTS (Document Transformation Services)
AIS Authoring Integration Services
API Application Programming Interface
AVTS Audio Video Transformation Services
BOF Business Object Framework
BPM Business Process Management
CAS Content-Addressed Storage
CMS Content Management System
COM Component Object Model
CSEC Content Services for EMC Centera
CSS Content Storage Services
CTS Content Transformation Services
DA Documentum Administrator
DAM Digital Asset Manager
DAR Documentum ARchive
DCTM DoCumenTuM (Dctm)
DFC Documentum Foundation Classes
DFS Documentum Foundation Services
DMCL DocumentuM Client Library
DQL Document Query Language
DRL Document Resource Locator
DSS Documentum Search Services
DTS Document Transformation Services
EAR Enterprise ARchive
ECM Enterprise Content Management
ECS Enterprise Content Service
FSS Federated Search Services
FTDQL Full-Text Document Query Language
FTP File Transfer Protocol
GPS Global Positioning System
GUI Graphical User Interface
HTTP HyperText Transfer Protocol
IAPI Interactive API (Application Programming Interface)
IDE Integrated Development Environment
IDQL Interactive DQL (Document Query Language)
IRM Information Rights Management
JEE Java Enterprise Edition
LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
LDIF LDAP Data Interchange Format
LMS Learning Management System
LwSO Lightweight SysObject
MAC Multi-dimensional Access Control
MITS Medical Imaging Transformation Services
MTS Media Transformation Services
OS Operating System
PENS Package Exchange Notification Services
PIA Primary Interop Assembly
PST Permission Set Template
QA Quality Assurance
RDBMS Relational DataBase Management System
REST REpresentational State Transfer
RPC Remote Procedure Call
RPS Retention Policy Services
SBO Service-based Business Object
SCORM Shareable Content Object Reference Model
SMTP Simple Message Transfer Protocol
SOA Service Oriented Architecture
SOAP Simple Object Access Protocol
SP Service Pack
SPI Service Provider Interface
SQL Structured Query Language
TBO Type-based Business Object
TCM Transactional Content Management
TCS Trusted Content Services
UCF Unified Client Facilities
UDDI Universal Description Discovery and Integration
URL Uniform Resource Locator
URN Uniform Resource Name
VDM Virtual Document Manager
VPN Virtual Private Network
WDK Web Development Kit
WSDL Web Service Description Language
WYSIWYG What You See Is What You Get
xCP xCelerated Composition Platform
XML eXtensible Markup Language
XTS XML Transformation Services
What you will learn from this book
- Learn the fundamental content management concepts for working with Documentum 6.5 and the Documentum platform architecture
- Create and manage content with metadata
- Secure repository access with users, groups, and permissions
- Search and locate documents
- Configure Webtop user interface with presets
- Create and manage customizations with Documentum projects in Composer
- Create portable and reusable customizations with aliases
- Automate processes and business rules with workflows and lifecycles
- Use virtual documents for collaboration and reuse
EMC Documentum is a leading Enterprise Content Management technology platform that helps enterprises to streamline the capture, processing, and distribution of business information including documents, records, e-mails, web content, images, reports, and digital assets. EMC Proven Professional is an exam-based certification program, which introduced a new EMC Proven Content Management Application Developer (EMCAD) track in early 2007. The first exam in this track is Content Management Foundations (CMF) Associate-level Exam, with exam code E20-120, which tests knowledge about technical fundamentals of Documentum. If you are looking for a complete study guide that teaches you the fundamentals of Documentum 6.5 while effectively training you for the EMC Proven Professional certification Exam E20-120, your search ends right here.
This book also serves Documentum beginners and practitioners as a handy guide and quick reference to the technical fundamentals of Documentum 6.5. Beginners are introduced to concepts in a logical manner while practitioners can use this book as a reference to jump to relevant concepts directly.
The book takes the reader from the fundamental content management concepts to advanced topics for the Documentum 6.5 platform discussing architecture, security, the user interface, and application development on the way. It doesn't assume any prior knowledge of the subject and each chapter provides additional learning resources and practice questions to reinforce the understanding of the concepts. Appendices provide a summary of the new features in versions 6.0 and 6.5, and a brief discussion on using DocApps. Three practice tests at the end cover the complete breadth of the topics discussed in the book. A study guide, this book will help you prepare for the E20-120 exam with hundreds of practice questions, three practice tests, and an efficient exam-preparation strategy.
Learn the technical fundamentals of Documentum 6.5, develop insights with illustrated examples from a real-life business scenario, and ace the E20-120 exam
This book relies on simple language and makes extensive use of examples, illustrations, screenshots, and practice questions. Examples throughout the book are based on a real-life business scenario, which strings different concepts together and takes the reader a step closer to real-life implementations. Simplify, illustrate with examples, and test the reader's understanding – with this approach the book attempts to cater to different learning styles.
Who this book is for
If you are a beginner or intermediate-level Documentum developer or professional interested in preparing for the E20-120 exam and seeking EMC Proven Professional certifications in content management, then this book is for you. It can also be used as a handy guide and quick reference to the technical fundamentals of Documentum 6.5.