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The Definitive Guide to Interwoven TeamSite is the first comprehensive book about this enterprise-level content management system (CMS). Divided into five parts, it guides you through the Interwoven TeamSite architecture, key features, and detailed implementation. The book presents material using the Rational Unified Process as a development framework and project methodology. Each part of the book introduces the concepts and TeamSite features that you will need to understand in order to carry out each aspect of the project.

Complete with a working implementation and numerous visual guides, the book painstakingly covers the project process. The authors also include a crucial case-study of a fictitious financial services firm. Throughout the book, the authors share key development strategies, deployment principles, best practices, and insider tips that they have gained over many years of working in enterprise CMS environments at many different Fortune 500 implementations. The foreword for this book is written by Russell Nakano, who was a principal consultant and co-founder of Interwoven, author of Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach, and who is the current president and co-founder of Nahava, Inc. The authors also discuss future product releases, including LiveSite, MetaTagger, and SaleSite. They share the future product vision of Interwoven and TeamSite in the epilogue.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590596111
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 8/1/2006
  • Series: Definitive Guides
  • Edition description: 2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Meet the Author

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.

Justin McNeal is an MCP, CCNA, CIW, i-Net+, Network+, e-Biz+ and IBM Certified for e-Business Solutions technologist. He has seven years experience of using Interwoven TeamSite and has worked as as content management systems trainer, analyst and implementation technologist for clients such as AG Edwards, Mastercard International, and Elsevier. Justin currently works for FedEx, where he is a senior business application analyst on the Content Management Team, and lives in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 What is content management? 3
Ch. 2 Defining the CMS project scope 27
Ch. 3 Introducing TeamSite and friends 47
Ch. 4 Gathering requirements 63
Ch. 5 Building the hardware infrastructure 89
Ch. 6 Installing the CMS 111
Ch. 7 Building the repository 137
Ch. 8 Using FormsPublisher 165
Ch. 9 Working with content in TeamSite 183
Ch. 10 Using tools and TeamSite 215
Ch. 11 Deploying files and data 235
Ch. 12 Introducing workflow 257
Ch. 13 Authenticating and authorizing users 289
Ch. 14 Designing the CMS base 301
Ch. 15 Determining interface needs 315
Ch. 16 Authoring content 353
Ch. 17 Understanding the business process flow 381
Ch. 18 Delivering the CMS to the customer 419
Ch. 19 Working with LiveSite 433
Ch. 20 Seeing interwoven's vision 451
App. A FormsPublisher : forms 461
App. B FormsPublisher : presentation 475
App. C Perl modules for workflows 493
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