Here is an opportunity to save time and stress!
In my various roles as an IBM level 2 support engineer and an IBM Added Value Specialist, I spend much of my time working out why things don't work in quite the way we expect them to.
I have recently published two IBM Redbooks web docs to aid anyone who is taking advantage of the exciting ability to integrate a Box repository environment with IBM Content Navigator.
The document How to Successfully Integrate IBM Content Navigator with Box walks you through the technical integration process of configuring the Box repository and configuring IBM Content Navigator. It includes step-by-step configuration instructions and screen shot examples for many of the available options.
Example Box repository configuration in IBM Content Navigator
Configuring your Browser for trusted HTTPS Connections to IBM Content Navigator and Box is a short document that guides you through the steps you must follow to ensure that the desktop browser environment is configured to provide support for both Box and IBM Content Navigator when making secure HTTPS connections. Secure HTTPS connections are required for successful integration of the two environments.
These publications highlight some pre-requisites and essential configuration detail that may not be immediately obvious from the current documentation on this topic.
This guidance primarily relates to IBM Content Navigator version 2.0.3, but can also be used in version 3.0
Steve Cleasby is an IBM ECM Software Engineer currently working in the IBM Analytics platform level 2 (L2) support team. He specializes in technical support of the FileNet P8 product set. Steve has worked in the IT industry for over 30 years and spent 11 years with FileNet UK Ltd as a technical support consultant and has continued to work with the product after FileNet was acquired by IBM in 2007. Steve is a highly regarded senior member of the IBM ECM L2 support team. He is also an Added Value Specialist for two major global IBM ECM clients as part of the IBM Added Value Program, providing knowledge gained from years of experience in IBM ECM proof of concept projects and subsequent deployments to production.