IBM Content Navigator 2.0.3.6 - Introduction

Durée: 

0.5

Langue: 

DE

Prix: 
858.4
Description: 

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to do the following tasks in IBM Content Navigator:

  • View Content in IBM Content Navigator.
  • Add Content in IBM Content Navigator.
  • Search for Content in IBM Content Navigator.
  • Explore IBM Content Navigator features
  • Anyone who needs to know the IBM Content Navigator client user interface and the features.
  • Administrators who are responsible for configuring and administering IBM Content Navigator system.
  • Application Builders who implement solutions by using IBM Content Navigator.
  • Familiarity with content management concepts
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems

View Content

  • What is IBM Content Navigator?
  • Advantages of IBM Content Navigator
  • IBM Content Navigator Architecture
  • Capabilities available in IBM Content Navigator
  • IBM Content Navigator Interface
  • Views for the Content List
  • Preview a document
  • Create annotations for a document
  • View two documents
  • Add documents and folders to Favorites

Add Content  

  • Create folders in IBM Content Navigator
  • Add documents
  • Check out and Check in a document
  • Document Versions
  • Add a link to an external document
  • View and open an external document

Search for content  

  • Overview of searches
  • Search View in IBM Content Navigator
  • Search Criteria: Repository Folder and Type of item
  • Search Criteria: File type and Action filters
  • Save a Search for future use
  • Search Results Display
  • Content Based Search
  • Text Search Options

Introduction to Advanced features

  • Features and capabilities in IBM Content Navigator
  • What are workflows?
  • Launch a workflow
  • Process a work item
  • Teamspaces
  • A sample Teamspace
  • Entry Templates
  • What is IBM Content Navigator Sync?
  • IBM Content Navigator administration tool

Appendix

  • Start and Stop System Components

 

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