Here's a set of screenshots from the new ICM 5.2 release.
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Here's a set of screenshots from the new ICM 5.2 release.
Like if you like!
It’s hard for me to decide what my favorite new IBM Case Manager 5.2 feature is.
In my previous blog entry, I listed off some of the top items like:
One item, however, stands out from the others as it will have a profound impact on how our customers and partners design and build their case (and ECM) solutions.
I’m sure it comes as no surprise that I am referring to our new Case Client web application. Built on top of ECM’s own Content Navigator framework, the new client provides our customers and partners with a user interface platform that is configurable, customizable and extendable in ways never before possible. The decision to make a transition like this is not one that we took lightly, but we think you will agree it was the right choice.
A top 10 list of benefits ICM gained by adopting the Content Navigator framework includes:
Combine these items with Case Manager’s ability to customize and extend all of the standard case solution pages using the new point and click editors in Case Builder, and you’ve got a platform that will have you deploying your case style solutions on top of a powerful Enterprise Content Management system in record time.
Now that’s something that's hard not to like.
For IBM Case Manager’s design, development and offering teams, Friday, September 13th was a very good day. After a year of hard work by IBMers that span the globe, it was the day that the forth major release of the product, version 5.2, was available for worldwide download.
ICM 5.2 contains major enhancements requested by our partners and customers.
It starts with its support for the unified Content Platform Engine 5.2 that offers greater architectural simplicity in addition to performance. This platform release also included capabilities needed to support several new ICM 5.2 features.
A new ICM web based administrative client, modeled after the platform’s ACCE counterpart, makes tasks like configuration and import/export much easier and accessible right from your browser.
Case Builder also got its share of new features. From its integrated solution page designer, to a new data layout editor that lets you design rich form like views to display your case properties, to an integrated rules designer that has case property awareness, and finally to a completely rewritten task step editor that is significantly faster and easier to use. By being part of Case Builder, artifacts from these components are now included in the solution package and automatically deployed along with everything else, saving you time and many manual steps.
The final piece to the ICM 5.2 puzzle is the completely new Case Client. Now built on top of ECM’s popular Content Navigator framework, the client gains performance, visual consistency and behaviors with the other ECM apps like Content Navigator, and a bunch of new features such as Case Visualizer that gives case workers a complete view of what is happening with their cases. You can even combine other Navigator features into a single desktop along with the Case Client for those users who want quick access to each.
Customers and partners who were involved in the release’s design have praised its architectural streamlining, its enhanced customization and configuration, its alignment with a common, standards based UI framework, and its ability to empower end user to handle case style solutions faster and more efficiently.
For us on the design and development teams, we will enjoy the moment, catch a well deserved breath and then start the process all over again. For the rest of you, check out IBM.com and developerWorks for more details on IBM Case Manager 5.2. We think you will like what you see.
The IBM Case Manager 5.2 Solution Deployment Guide provides an overview of the solution migration and deployment process plus detailed instructions for best practice procedures to complete required tasks. The guide, presented as a series of articles, focuses on the steps and tools used to migrate and deploy an IBM Case Manager solution. The articles are intended to augment the information available in the IBM Case Manager 5.2 and IBM FileNet P8 5.2 Information Centers.
We have a new tutorial on how to build custom page widgets and custom actions for IBM Case Manager Client V 5.2. The link to the tutorial and sample code is below
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We have released a developer works article on how to convert a sample custom search widget from IBM Case Manager 5.1.1 to IBM Case Manager 5.2 using Dojo and Model API calls. The code contains both the IBM Case Manager 5.1.1 custom search widget and the IBM Case Manager 5.2 widget. This article also contains best practices on how to build an IBM Case Manager v5.2.x custom widget and how to separate the business logic from the content pane.
This zip file contains the pdf needed for you to understand how to develop a custom widget for IBM Case Manager 5.2.
You can find the article here:
If there are any questions or if you want to reach the author, please reach out at email@example.com.
Edit September 30, 2013:
We have released version 2 to the custom search widget here and updated it to the link above. In version 2, we have cleaned up the widget workspace folder and removed the nexus.jar file as you should be building your custom widgets in IBM Case Manager V5.2 with your own navigatorapi.jar. More details are discussed in the article.
Edit March 11, 2014:
With the help of Ming Liang Guo, we have released version 3 for the custom search widget. We have refactored the code to separate the business logic of the widget from the content pane dijit. The article has been updated with best practices on how to construct an IBM Case Manager v5.2.x custom widget.
We have updated the custom search widget to either generate a search template payload or a ceQuery payload. For IBM Case Manager v5.2 fix pack 1, the code of creating a search payload has been changed and we have included examples in the article and in the code to accomplish this.
Edit July 30, 2014:
Fixed some small items with the custom search widget to make sure it has a callback function in the custom search widget for IBM Case Manager v5.2.1 and later. Also, we have renamed the widget package, jar file, and ear file to avoid name collisions with other widget packages.
Edit September 5, 2014:
We have removed the code from this article and merged it into the custom widget tutorial that can be found here:
The custom widget package there now has the latest custom search widget code for ICM 5.2.1 with many other custom widgets. The article here has updated custom widget best practices and keeps the steps and guidelines to consider when converting a custom search widget.
Hello community members. Did you hear the news about the new version of IBM Case Manager?
Check out the Product Announcement and watch this blog for for more on this exciting release.
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