Set up Integration and Properties Exchange

Using Microsoft Word

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Paul Welka

Date archived: September 6, 2016 | First published: November 16, 2006

This tutorial builds on an earlier tutorial (Getting started with DB2 Document Manager, Part 1: Build a simple client application in DB2 Document Manager) and illustrates a valuable feature of the product. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to improve productivity and end-user performance in a client application. Learn to set up Application Integration with Microsoft Word and map properties in your Word documents to properties in the content repository. This tutorial demonstrates how you can add Document Manager menus and commands to an application like Microsoft® Word®, and how to use native properties in your documents for search and retrieval once the documents are stored in the content repository. Also, learn about hierarchical-Controlled Vocabulary Lists (CVLs).

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ArticleTitle=Getting started with DB2 Document Manager, Part 2: Set up Integration and Properties Exchange