IBM Web Content Manager V8.0 helps organizations to build engaging, personalized web experiences faster, by further empowering business users with the right tools needed to drive better business outcomes.
• Content Template Catalog: Expanded set of prebuilt, high-value content types enables users to create new microsites and web pages in minutes.
• Managed Pages: A new, contextually aware toolbar and enhanced project management feature makes it easier to create, approve, version, publish, and syndicate web content.
• Analytics overlays: In-context analytic overlays provide users with the real-time insight needed to improve conversion rates.
• Home page: New authoring start page provides a customizable and user-friendly view of frequent activities and tasks.
• Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) integration: New support for CMIS standard allows content authors to leverage documents and files from CMIS repositories directly from the authoring experience.
Driving IBM Installation Manager via the Command Line
Thu, May 23rd 2013 4:09a Dave Hay One of my ISSW colleagues drew my attention to this. It's possible to use IBM Installation Manager, via the command-line, to perform a complete uninstallation of a set of WebSphere-based products, without needing to generate and use a response file. So here's me uninstalling IBM BPM 126.96.36.199, plus it's underlying co-requisites: - Remove the WAS Profiles $ /opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/bin/manageprofiles.sh -deleteAll Uninstall BPM, XML Feature Pack and WAS ND $ /opt/IBM/InstallationManager/ecli [read] Keywords: ibm
Top 6 mistakes in IBM Business Process Manager installations
Tue, May 7th 2013 7:09a Dave Hay Let's play a game of word association. What subject comes to mind with the words "engaging" and "terrifying"? Whatever you are thinking, I suspect it wasn't IT security. Yet those very words describe J Keith Wood and Jens Engelke's new IBM Redbooks publication. In it, they share their experiences of working with IBM customers around the world on securing IBM Business Process Manager solutions. Security pitfalls are everywhere and the stakes could not be higher. This blog post is part of [read] Keywords: ibm
Knowledge Collection: Troubleshooting documents for IBM Business Monitor
Tue, Apr 30th 2013 11:23a Dave Hay Abstract This Knowledge Collection is a focused compilation of links to documents for troubleshooting. Content A Knowledge Collection is a focused compilation of links to documents that share a common theme. Knowledge Collections are navigation aids that organize content to help users quickly find relevant information. Knowledge Collections are not designed to be an all-inclusive list of all documents dealing with the specific theme. Knowledge Collection: Troubleshooting documents for IBM Bus [read] Keywords: ibm