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D2 Starter Project

D2 Starter Project

As you know from a previous post, it bothers me that out-of-the-box, D2 does NOTHING. In an effort to help validate D2 v4.5 installations and provide a test environment for my DQL Editor widget, I developed a simple "starter" application that I named "D-Top". D-Top...

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A Language Translation Service for Documentum

A Language Translation Service for Documentum

Providing content in users' native languages is becoming the expected norm. It is not uncommon for banks, credit card companies, insurers, government agencies, and manufactures to provide licensing agreements, rules and regulations, warranties (e.g., John Deere), and...

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Caliente Benchmark

Armedia's Caliente is a high-performance content migration tool designed to quickly and easily import content and metadata into a variety of leading content management systems (CMS). Caliente has been used in numerous projects delivered by Armedia and is currently in...

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Finding an Object’s Content File in Documentum

You probably know that Documentum (in its default state) stores content on the file system and retains a pointer to the content in its database. Likely, you have navigated the file store on the Content Server and discovered directories like...

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Two Approaches to Source Code Management (SCM)

I’ve been thinking about source code management, because I recently encountered two very different approaches to it. Let me begin with a quick overview of some key source code management terms and concepts. First, what do I mean by source code management (SCM)? SCM is...

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What is CMS: Part 4 – Types of CMS

Now that we are on part four of my “what is CMS” blog series, lets talk about the different types of CMS.   Content Management Systems (CMS) come in various shapes and sizes, each possessing different purposes and functions. So, if in the last post you took the...

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What is CMS: Part 3 – Do I Need CMS?

For the third part of my “What is CMS” blog series, we will look into helping you answer the question “Do I need CMS”  In case you missed my previous posts in the “What is CMS” Series, a CMS is the industry acronym for a “content management system.” We also talked...

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Federal Cloud Computing Challenges Part 3: Data Management

  In a Statement by Dr. David McClure, Associate Administrator, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technology, at an April 2011 Senate Subcommittee Hearing, McClure stated one of the biggest challenges federal agencies face in migrating to the cloud is...

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What is CMS: Part 2 – Benefits of CMS

In my last post, I talked about the ins and outs which help in answering the question "What is CMS." Now that we have covered the technical side of it, we need to analyze some of the key benefits of CMS (content management system). Lets take a look:   9 Benefits...

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What is CMS

What is CMS Part 1: Keys to a Basic Understanding What is CMS? If you work in the IT industry, you undoubtedly have heard this acronym. However, before we go diving into the benefits of a CMS or the different types of CMS, I thought it was important to take step back...

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