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Test C2070-980: IBM Content Manager OnDemand V9.0 Deployment Professional


It is highly recommended that you use a variety of resources to prepare for certification exams. 

It is first recommended that you are familiar with:

  1. the job role description and the parameters this certification is based on.
  2. the test objectives/skills measured on the test. Use this as your checklist to determine your strengths, and identify those areas where you may need to focus more attention in your studies and preparation.

Next, use the recommended training resources on this page to further your knowledge.  These educational sources are recommended, but not required before taking a certification test.  Determine for yourself how much preparation you require. 

It is important to note that actual hands-on experience is a critical component in preparing for the exam. Direct application of the skills learned cannot be substituted by any resources listed here. You must spend time using the product and applying the skills learned. The exam is designed to measure hands-on experience, or how well you know how to perform job related tasks

Study Guide for the certification test.


Classroom Course


Course title: IBM Content Manager OnDemand for Multiplatforms 8.5:Sys Implementation and Admin

Course duration: 5 Days

Course number: IM180

Abstract: This course is for individuals whose job includes responsibility for administering and maintaining an IBM Content Manager OnDemand system. You will complete exercises using the command utilities required for system maintenance and document processing, including arsxml, arsdoc, and arsadmin. The course covers system and user exit logging and the document audit facility. In addition, this course describes how to create OnDemand objects such as applications, application groups, folders, and cabinets, as well as how to index, load, retrieve, and view various types of line data report files, PDF and AFP documents, and image files in an OnDemand system solution.


Instructor-Led Online Course

NOTE: This is an online course. Please do not make travel arrangements for this course. After you receive confirmation that you are enrolled, you will be sent further instructions to access audio and video. This course is for individuals whose job includes responsibility for administering and maintaining an IBM Content Manager OnDemand system. You will complete exercises using the command utilities required for system maintenance and document processing, including arsxml, arsdoc, and arsadmin. The course covers system and user exit logging and the document audit facility. In addition, this course describes how to create OnDemand objects such as applications, application groups, folders, and cabinets, as well as how to index, load, retrieve, and view various types of line data report files, PDF and AFP documents, and image files in an OnDemand system solution.


Note

How does expiration processing work in Common Server Archive Storage Manager (ASM)?

In IBM Content Manager OnDemand server V7.1.2.8, a new feature was introduced that allowed OnDemand cache expiration to be changed dynamically. In previous versions, a load expired based on the Cache Document Data for X Days configuration value at the time of the load. This meant that only future loads would be affected by a change to the cache expiration setting. Past loads would expire based on the cache expiration value at the time of the load. If I wish to change the cache expiration for data already loaded into OnDemand, will upgrading to V7.1.2.8 or later be the correct solution?

Content Manager OnDemand for i: News & Tips from the 2011 e-mail bulletins

When is cache recommended for a Content Manger OnDemand Application Group? Should the OnDemand cache be used if ad-hoc stores of documents are performed in an OnDemand server? Content Manager OnDemand commands and APIs that perform ad-hoc document stores should use magnetic cache for better performance. The Application Group can be setup to migrate to Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM), Object Access Method (OAM), or the Archive System Manager (ASM). Loading directly to these archive solutions is supported, but not recommended when using these commands and APIs.


Product Documentation

This document describes the minimum system requirements for IBM® Content Manager OnDemand for i for Version 7.1. For installation requirements, refer to the product-specific readme files.

This document describes the minimum system requirements for IBM Content Manager OnDemand for Multiplatforms, Version 9.0. For installation-specific requirements, refer to the product-specific README files.

This document contains the hardware and software requirements for IBM Content Navigator Version 2.0 and 2.1

Provides installers and administrators with detailed information for installing the OnDemand software and configuring the features and functions of the base system.

This guide describes how to plan, install, and configure IBM Content Navigator as a web client for various content management systems.

This edition applies to version 7, release 1 of IBM Content Manager OnDemand for i (product number 5770-RD1) and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions.

The information in this book can help administrators maintain an IBM Content Manager OnDemand for i Common Server Version 7 Release 1 (Content Manager OnDemand) system.

Provides an overview of OnDemand for Multiplatforms and high-level description of the features of OnDemand for Multiplatforms. Intended for administrators and other people in an organization who plan hardware and software requirements, database and space requirements, and other requirements related to applications

Intended for administrators who define objects to the system (users, groups, application groups, etc.), load reports, maintain the database, and maintain the storage subsystem. Also covers backup and recovery, command reference, and other server-specific topics.

The Web Enablement Kit is a feature of OnDemand for Multiplatforms and Content Manager. It lets people use a Web browser to search for documents and retrieve them from OnDemand for Multiplatforms servers. This publication is intended for administrators who need to install and configure the Web Enablement Kit. Also includes information for programers who need to integrate the Web Enablement Kit with other applications.

Intended for administrators who are responsible for generating index data about reports to be stored in OnDemand for Multiplatforms. Provides information about the tools that can be used to generate index data. Provides a tutorial on indexing different types of data.

This publication provides messages and codes. This publication is softcopy only This book is LookAt enabled

Intended for administrators and programmers who need to customize the Win32 client program using command line parameters, OLE and DDE.

Provides planners, installers, and administrators with information to plan for, install, configure, administer, and maintain the report distribution feature of OnDemand. Audience: Those who plan, install, configure, and maintain the report distribution feature on OnDemand for Multiplatforms systems.

This edition applies to version 7, release 1 of IBM Content Manager OnDemand for i (product number 5770-RD1) and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions.

This book provides information an installer needs to configure an OnDemand system, such as OnDemand software and related software programs, configure the services required to operate the server, and set up maintenance tasks to run automatically on a regular schedule.

This book is of primary interest to administrators and other people in an organization who are responsible for preparing data to be stored in OnDemand.

This document describes the best practice recommendations for CMOD version 8 and also includes preliminary version 9 information. The intent is to provide CMOD solution designers, system administrators, and system programmers an overview of the factors that impact the performance, scalability, and reliability of CMOD applications running on all platforms. This document generically describes implementation considerations for the various operating systems on which CMOD can be installed. At a high level, the supported operating systems are z/OS, Multiplatforms (AIX, Linux, Linux on system z, Sun Solaris, HPUX and Windows), and IBM i. Sections in the document that apply to a specific operating system environment are identified.

This document contains advanced indexing information for use with the OnDemand Common Server OS/400 Indexer.

Upgrading to IBM Content Manager OnDemand V8.5 might require changes to your Batch System Administration (also known as ARSXML) XML processing procedures. This document describes what changes, if any, are required.

This document provides the readme file for IBM Content Manager OnDemand for z/OS Version 8.5 as well as other other updates to the z/OS documentation.

  • IBM CMOD V9.0 Software Help

CMOD product help

  • IBM CMOD V9.0 Software README

CMOD Software product README file


Redbook

Publication number: SG24-6444-00

Publication number: SG24-6915-02

This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides a practical guide to the design, installation, configuration, and maintenance of IBM Content Manager OnDemand Version 9.0. Content Manager OnDemand manages high-volume storage and retrieval of electronic statements and provides efficient enterprise report management. Content Manager OnDemand transforms formatted computer output and printed reports, such as statements and invoices, into electronic information for easy report management. Content Manager OnDemand helps eliminate costly, high-volume print output by capturing, indexing, archiving, and presenting electronic information for improved customer service. This publication covers the key areas of Content Manager OnDemand, some of which might not be known to the Content Manager OnDemand community or are misunderstood. The book covers various topics, including basic information in administration, database structure, storage management, and security. In addition, the book covers data indexing, loading, conversion, and expiration. Other topics include user exits, performance, retention management, records management, and many more. Because many other resources are available that address subjects on different platforms, this publication is not intended as a comprehensive guide for Content Manager OnDemand; rather, it is intended to complement the existing Content Manager OnDemand documentation and provide insight into the issues that might be encountered in the setup and use of Content Manager OnDemand.

Publication number: SG24-8055-00

IBM Content Navigator is a ready-to-use, modern, standards-based user interface that supports Enterprise Content Management (ECM) use cases, including collaborative document management, production imaging, and report management. It is also a flexible and powerful user platform for building custom ECM applications using open web-based standards. This IBM Redbooks publication has an overview of the functions and features that IBM Content Navigator offers, and describes how you can configure and customize the user interface with the administration tools that are provided. This book also describes the extension points and customization options of IBM Content Navigator and how you can customize and extend it with sample code. Specifically, the book shows you how to set up a development environment, and develop plug-ins that add new actions and provide special production imaging layout to the user interface. Other customization topics include working with external data services, using IBM Content Navigator widgets externally in other applications, and wrapping the widgets as iWidgets to be used in other applications. In addition, this book describes how to reuse IBM Content Navigator components in mobile development, and how to work with existing viewer or incorporate third-party viewer into IBM Content Navigator. This book is intended for IT architects, and application designers and developers. It offers both a high-level description of how to extend and customize IBM Content Navigator and also more technical details of how to do implementation with sample code.


Self-Paced Virtual Classroom

This course is the foundation for individuals interested in learning the concepts of the OnDemand system. It starts with an overview of the system, then describes how to create OnDemand objects such as applications, application groups, and folders. The course also covers the tasks required to index, load, retrieve, and view various types of report files, documents, and image files in an OnDemand System.

This course is for the person whose job includes responsibility for administering an IBM Content Manager OnDemand system in a Windows Server 2003 environment. You will work with a fully functioning IBM Content Manger OnDemand system to practice the skills required to administer, maintain and troubleshoot an OnDemand system. After a review of the system architecture and storage options you will complete exercises using the ARS command utilities, exercises for indexing and loading, and exercises for document processing and maintenance. Additionally, the course covers system and user exit logging and the document audit facility.


Web Resource

Symmetrix Remote Data Facility (SRDF)

The data retention solution. Sold as a separately licensed software product integrated into Tivoli Storage Manager-Extended Edition server software, Tivoli Storage Manager for Data Retention requires a stand-alone Tivoli Storage Manager-Extended Edition server be dedicated for its use. It is accessible solely via the Tivoli Storage Manager API by a variety of content management or archive applications software applications. Tivoli Storage Manager for Data Retention strengthens Tivoli Storage Manager Extended Edition's data management capabilities.


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