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|IBM course code: F281G||Category: IBM FileNet / Filenet v5.2|
|Delivery: Online & on-site**||Course length in days: 0.5|
This course is intended for system administrators and solution builders.
High level understanding of the P8 architecture.
P8 terminology, including: Content Platform Engine, IBM Content Navigator, object stores, objects, Content Services, Process Services.
Using IBM Content Navigator to work with content.
Configuring desktops in IBM Content Navigator.
Using Administration Console for Content Platform Engine.
Recommended prerequisite courses:
IBM Content Navigator 126.96.36.199: Introduction or equivalent knowledge (F270G)
FileNet Content Manager 5.2.1: Introduction or equivalent knowledge (F280G)
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Agenda and course syllabus
Build an object store
- Create JDBC data sources
- Create an object store
- Add an object store as a repository to an IBM Content Navigator desktop
Work with storage areas
- List the types of storage areas.
- Describe storage options and architectures.
- Describe storage policies
- Create a file storage area.
- Create a file storage policy.
- Create an advanced file storage area.
- Start and Stop System Components
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