Advanced IBM Web Content Manager 8.5
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This 3-day advanced course contains lectures and lab exercises that enhance your ability to create and manage content with IBM Web Content Manager 8.5.
This course begins with discussions of the Web Content Manager API, theme development tools, and REST services. You then learn how to extend your authoring environment and customize workflows. Next, various integration techniques are discussed such as the Digital Data Connector (DDC), the Web Content Integrator, Enterprise Content Manager, and the Script Portlet. Finally, you learn how to manage Portal search, syndication, and multilingual sites.
This course is intended for developers who need a deeper understanding of Web Content Manager APIs and how to extend the authoring and rendering interface. The course also includes foundational information about administration aspects of Web Content Manager that would be useful to developers.
Before taking this course, students should have:
Completed the course WPL47: Developing Websites Using IBM Web Content Manager 8.5
or have equivalent knowledge of how to develop a website with IBM Web Content Manager
Experience with Rational Application Developer
or other Eclipse-based application development tools
Experience with website development and maintenance
After completing this course, students should be able to:
Understand the IBM Web Content Manager API
Use theme development tools
Use REST services to update IBM Web Content Manager content
Work with the Digital Data Connector (DDC)
Extend the IBM Web Content Manager authoring environment
Extend change management with custom workflows
Create an archive page and link component
Integrate content with IBM Web Content Integrator
Work with an Enterprise Content Manager
Use the IBM Script Portlet
Understand and configure Portal search features
Create and manage a multilingual site
Configure IBM Web Content Manager caching
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