Get experienced-based advice on deploying and using Web Content Management V5.1.0.x from the consultants who do it everyday.
This compilation of tips and guidelines from services, development, and support personnel about IBM® Workplace Web Content Management™ is based on daily product experience including real customer engagements. This information includes selected topics and applies to version 5.1.0.x.; other versions might have different best practices. If you are currently involved in or just considering implementing a Workplace Web Content Management system, you can use it to help guide your work. You need a basic understanding of the Web Content Management product to understand the topics discussed.
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Olusola Omosaiye is a Software Engineer with seven years of broad experience with IBM middleware products, now concentrating on content applications on the WebSphere Portal platform. Currently a part of the WebSphere Portal Content Organization as a Customer Services Engineer, he works on customer engagements, helping realize the business value of content applications on WebSphere Portal, which include IBM's Workplace Web Content Management, Portal Document Manager and Personalization technologies.
David de Vos has been in application development, specializing in Java development, for the past six years. He has extensive knowledge of the IBM Lotus Workplace Web Content Management product, being one of the original developers of the software prior to IBM’s acquisition of Aptrix. He now leads the Workplace Content Management Level 3 Support teams worldwide and continues to use his knowledge to help customers get the most from their software deployments and to improve the quality of the product.
Theresa Smit has a wide breath of application development knowledge in her more than 29 years in computing technologies. Currently she is part of the IBM WebSphere Portal development organization, working with external and internal customers to use portal technologies to manage and deliver Web content. In additional to the WebSphere Portal product she also supports usage of IBM Lotus Workplace Web Content Management, WebSphere Portal content publishing, and Personalization components. She has authored other articles and presented at developerWorks, Portal, Lotus, and IBM Content Manager technical conferences.
Jen Wang has more than 20 years of systems and application design and development expertise. He has worked on the development of IBM products such as NetView for OS/390, NetView for AIX, and Tivoli Manager for MQSeries. Currently he is part of the IBM WebSphere Portal development organization with main focus on the Web Content Management product.