Sunday, 21 November 2010

More from the Wiki - WCM, WCM and more WCM

Creating an Intranet using Lotus Web Content Management

This article is the first in a multiple-part series that is going to follow a typical Lotus Web Content Management (WCM) project. It will cover the various phases of the project and the deliverables output from each. It will not focus on the low level technical how to – as this is covered in the Info Centre, the WCM Redbook and in individual articles on the wiki. It will instead focus on the processes that should be followed and the deliverables that should be created in each stage of the project.

The project which will be followed is a real one called the ‘Intranet Template Project’. One in which my team designs and implements an Intranet template. The final deliverable will be an installable WCM Intranet template which may be deployed, customised and extended as a starting point for your Company Intranet. The deliverables provided during the series will be the actual output from our project that can also double as templates that can be reused in your WCM project.

You can read the rest of the article here.

WCM Troubleshooting

Find troubleshooting techniques that other administrators use to resolve issues with Lotus® Web Content Management and share methods that you have developed. If you are looking for a workaround to a specific issue, don't forget to check the Lotus Web Content Support page. If you are trying to find logs or looking for information about how to turn on tracing, look in the information center which can be accessed from the WebSphere Portal and Lotus Web Content Management Product documentation page.

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