Documentum Content Management Foundations: EMC Proven Professional Certification Exam E20-120 Study Guide
- 出版商: Packt Publishing
- 出版日期: 2007-06-13
- 售價: $2,025
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,924
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 284
- 裝訂: Paperback
- ISBN: 1847192408
- ISBN-13: 9781847192400
This is a complete study guide including study material and practice questions to prepare for the EMC Proven Professional certification Exam E20-120. It can also serve Documentum beginners and practitioners as a handy guide and quick reference to the technical fundamentals that is fully up to date for Documentum 5.3. Beginners are introduced to concepts in a logical manner while practitioners can use it as a reference to jump to relevant concepts directly.
EMC Documentum is a leading enterprise content management technology platform that helps enterprises to streamline the capture, processing, and distribution of business information including documents, records, e-mails, web content, images, reports, and digital assets. It can also automate entire business processes in accordance with business rules.
EMC Proven Professional is an exam-based certification program, which introduced a new EMC Proven Content Management Application Developer (EMCAD) track in early 2007. The first exam in this track is Content Management Foundations (CMF) Associate-level Exam, with exam code E20-120, which tests knowledge about technical fundamentals of Documentum. This book is a study guide to help you prepare for this exam with hundreds of practice questions and an efficient exam-preparation strategy.
Part 1: Fundamentals (Chapters 1 - 4)
ECM Basics introduces the basic concepts of content management. Working with Content describes the aspects of creating and manipulating content. Objects and Types lays the foundation of designing and using metadata. Architecture describes the key components of the EMC Documentum platform and how they interact to provide the content management capabilities.
Part 2: Security (Chapters 5 - 7)
Users and Privileges describes the core concepts related to users for implementing security in Documentum. Groups and Roles provides additional capabilities for facilitating security management for groups of users. Object Security introduces permissions and ties them to users, groups, and privileges to realize the security model.
Part 3: User Interface (Chapter 8)
Searching describes the features for finding relevant content stored in a repository. While other user interface aspects are covered throughout the book, searching is described separately because of its fundamental importance to content management.
Part 4: Application Development (Chapters 9 - 12)
Custom Types describes how to create user-defined metadata structure and fundamental customization aspects. DocApps describes how to package the development artefacts for reuse and portability across repositories. Workflows and Lifecycles describe how to model and implement business processes in Documentum.
Part 5: Advanced Concepts (Chapters 13 - 14)
Aliases describes a mechanism for dynamic assignment of ownership, locations, and permissions. Virtual Documents describes how multiple documents can be managed as one larger document to facilitate collaboration.
There are two practice test papers at the end of this book.
There is a set of questions at the end of each chapter. These questions are meant to test your understanding. A good way to prioritize and focus your efforts is to use the questions to identify the areas where you score low and then work on those areas. The answers to all the questions and the solutions to the practice test papers have been provided at the end.