The Definitive Guide to Interwoven TeamSite

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Apress, Feb 1, 2007 - Computers - 546 pages

The Definitive Guide to Interwoven TeamSite is the first book to cover the TeamSite enterprise content management system, a product used by nine of the top 10 largest companies in the world, and thousands of other organizations around the globe

The technical reviewer is the product manager for Interwoven TeamSite

Authored by TeamSite experts Brian Hastings and Justin McNeal, who are presently leading the TeamSite upgrade project for MasterCard International

Guided by a real-world example project, readers will learn the concepts and strategies necessary to develop, deploy, and maintain a large-scale content management system using this product

 

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Contents

What Is Content Management?
3
Defining the CMS Project Scope
27
Introducing TeamSite and Friends
47
Gathering Requirements
63
Building the Hardware Infrastructure
89
Installing the CMS
111
Building the Repository
137
Using FormsPublisher
165
Designing the CMS Base
301
Determining Interface Needs
315
Authoring Content
353
Understanding the Business Process Flow
381
Delivering the CMS to the Customer
419
Working with LiveSite
433
Seeing Interwovens Vision
451
Forms
461

Working with Content in TeamSite
183
Using Tools and TeamSite
215
Deploying Files and Data
235
Introducing Workflow
257
Authenticating and Authorizing Users
289
Presentation
475
Perl Modules for Workflows
493
Index
521
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About the author (2007)

Brian Hastings has been working with Interwoven Teamsite for seven years, and has worked as a content management system implementation specialist, developer and architect for clients such as AG Edwards, Mastercard International and FedEx. He currently works for FedEx, where he is a senior programmer analyst on the Content Management Team. He lives in the Memphis, Tennessee area with his wife and children.

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