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This course is designed for developers who want to improve their development skills in IBM® Web Content Manager. It describes application programming interfaces (APIs), and explains how to extend the core product to meet common functional requirements, such as extending the authoring interface, customizing workflows, and rendering. Students examine techniques for enhancing the look and feel of a site, using personalization, and integrating content into IBM Web Content Manager. The course also describes the security model, common approaches to structuring the libraries, and how to integrate search engines.
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This course is intended for developers that need a deeper understanding of Web Content Manager APIs and how to extend the authoring and rendering interface. It also includes foundational information about administration aspects of Web Content Manager that is useful to developers.
Lesson 1: Web Content Manager Application Programming Interface
Lesson 2: Extending the authoring environment
Lesson 3: Extending change management with custom workflows
Lesson 4: Overview of the presentation layer
Lesson 5: Enhanced rendering
Lesson 6: Enhancing the look and feel
Lesson 7: Personalization Overview of when to use personalization and profiling
Lesson 8: Integrating content with IBM Web Content Integrator
Lesson 9: Integrating ECM using federated documents
Lesson 10: Security Review of roles (user, contributor, editor, manager, administrator, delegator, and privileged user)
Lesson 11: Libraries Review of library options, such as setting up a common library for shared images
Lesson 12: Search Review of search options (out-of-the-box search; Omnifind; and third-party searches, such as Google)
For practical, hands-on training, labs are included at the end of select lessons. To reinforce the instruction, activities or Checkpoints are included at the end of select topics within a lesson.