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Test C2040-928: Developing Websites Using IBM Web Content Manager 8.0

Exam 928: Developing Websites Using IBM Web Content Manager 8.0

Exam Competencies

Exam Type: Multiple Choice

Description: Covers IBM Web Content Manager 8.0 material as it relates to these competency areas: 

  • Content Publishing
  • Information Architecture
  • Content Authoring
  • Web Content Manager Rendering Portlets
  • Web Content Manager API/JSP Tag Library
  • Syndication
  • Migrating Existing Content
  • Tools and Features
  • Wikis and Blogs
  • Web Content Integration
  • Workflow and Security
  • Accessing or linking remote contents
  • Managed Pages

Content Publishing

  1. Create and manage drafts

Information Architecture

  1. Appropriate use for menus and navigators

  2. Understand relationship between menu and categories

  3. Understand the relationships between site areas, presentation templates, and authoring templates

Content Authoring

  1. Add a library component to content

  2. Create/Update a menu component

  3. Create/Update a navigator component

  4. Create/Update a presentation template

  5. Create/Update an authoring template

  6. Creating a component reference element

  7. Using Manage Elements

  8. Customizing an authoring template

    1. Requiring elements

    2. Validating elements

  9. Library components

    1. Authoring tools

    2. Create a file or image component

    3. Create a style sheet component

    4. Create text, HTML, and rich text components

    5. Page navigation

    6. Use personalization component

    7. Use search rules within Web Content Manager

  10. IBM WebSphere Portal search integration

  11. Searching Web Content Manager using WebSphere Portal search

  12. Use Author Time search

  13. Understand the use of authoring templates and categories within a menu

  14. Understand the use of current content in Menus

  15. Understand the use of site areas

  16. Use the search rules within Web Content Manager

  17. Web Content Manager tags: Component and Path Component

  18. Menu and navigator

  19. Web Content Manager rich text editor

  20. Custom launch pages

  21. Customizing an authoring portlet

Web Content Manager Rendering Portlets

  1. Categorization of Web Content Manager content portlets

  2. Configure content

  3. Configuring the rendering portlets

  4. Sending and receiving links

  5. Understand the role of the rendering portlets

Web Content Manager API/JSP Tag Library

  1. Using JSPs

  2. Using the API

    1. Content publishing - Rendering contexts

    2. Understand accessing WebSphere Portal credentials

    3. Understand items accessed by the API

    4. Understand rendering contexts

    5. Understanding the role of a workspace

    6. Custom workflow

    7. JMS/Web Content Manager messaging

    8. Query API


  1. Creating and configuring subscriber/syndicator pair

  2. Use types of syndication

  3. Syndicating multiple librairies

  4. Cross version syndication

  5. Syndication and access control strategy

Migrating Existing Content

Tools and Features

  1. Member Fixer

  2. Update security task

  3. Export/import of Web Content Manager library

Wikis and Blogs

  1. Customizing wikis

  2. Customizing blogs

Web Content Integration

  1. Feed configuration

Workflow and Security

  1. Security

    1. How do Library Permissions Work with Item Security

    2. Library roles

    3. Recognize the roles and purposes of default WebSphere Portal groups when used in Web Content Manager

    4. Understand effective access

    5. Understand item security

    6. Understand the role of the Administrator user

    7. Understand the three levels of access

  2. Workflow

    1. Apply a workflow to an item

    2. Schedule publication of an item

    3. Restart a workflow for an item

    4. Specify the reject stage in a workflow

    5. Understand and apply joint approval

    6. Use the expire action

    7. Understand workflow stages: Create a workflow stage

    8. Use the E-Mail action

    9. Use the Publish action

    10. Use the Schedule Move action

    11. Use the customer flow action

    12. Understand Project or concept of Project

    13. Understand use of Version action

    14. Recognize the purposes of workflow and its applications

Accessing or linking remote contents

  1. CMIS for federated documents

  2. Setting up federated documents

Managed Pages


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