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Test C2070-443: IBM DB2 Content Manager V8.3


DB2 Content Manager certification requires that you have knowledge of the base concepts of DB2 Content Manager Enterprise Edition on Linux, UNIX or Windows, its components and functions. Included in these fundamental concepts is a working knowledge of relational database concepts and secondary storage devices.

Below we list the primary objectives of the DB2 Content Manager exam. These objectives are listed here to assist you in your preparation for the exam, which you must pass to receive the IBM Certified Solution Designer -- DB2 Content Manager V8.3 certification.

Section 1 - High Level Design and Requirements Gathering (25%)


  1. Design High Level Data Model

  2. Define and Determine Retention Policies

  3. Identify Volume and Size of Stored Objects

  4. Identify Data Capture Options

  5. Design the System

    1. Number of Users Supported

    2. Number of Servers

    3. Configuration Topology

    4. System Managed Storage

    5. Security

    6. LDAP

    7. Administrative Domains

    8. International Language Support

    9. Define Policies for Disaster Recovery

      1. Backup and Restore

      2. Define Workflow Process - Worklists and Nodes


Section 2 - Installation and Configuration (13%)


  1. Identify Installation Prerequisites

    1. Hardware, Software

    2. Perform Install and Validate Prerequisites

    3. Configure Base Installation Based on Customer Requirements

      1. DB2, WAS, CM

      2. Install and Configure Clients: 1) eClient, Windows Client, 2) Validate Client Installation, 3) Identify and Install Co-Reqs (LDAP, TSM, NSE)


Section 3 - Troubleshooting (10%)


  1. Run Traces to Diagnose Problem

  2. Review Error Messages to Determine Problems

    1. Application Logs / System Log

    2. DB2 / Oracle Logs

    3. Operating System Logs / Event Logs

    4. Network Logs

    5. WebSphere Tracing / Logs

    6. HTTP Server Logs

    7. Verify System Configuration and Associated Files

      1. INI & CFG Files


Section 4 - System Administration (17%)


  1. Define Attributes, Item Types, Child Components, Reference, Links

  2. Define and Configure Administrative Domains

  3. Define Users and User Groups

  4. Set Access Listing Controls / Privileges

  5. Define LDAP Configurations

  6. Define Document Routing Process

  7. Manage Toke Duration and Token Generation


Section 5 - System Managed Storage (8%)


  1. Define Storage Hierarchies and Devices

    1. Tape, CD Rom, Optical

    2. Define Archival Rules / Schedules

    3. Understand TSM to CM Integration

    4. Define Resource Manager Replication


Section 6 - Maintenance and Performance Tuning (8%)


  1. Evaluate Performance Against Criteria

    1. Timing (Batch Loads / Retrieves, Image Loads, User Response, Maximum Loads)

    2. System Resources (File, Size, CPU Usage, Memory Usage, DASD Usage, Network Traffic)

    3. Identify Server Performance Optimization Techniques

      1. Runstats, Rebind, Proper Indexing


Section 7 - Content Manager Clients (7%)


  1. Select Approprate Client(s) Based on Usage, Environments, Integration Requirements

  2. Perform Client Function

    1. Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete

    2. Configure Client Options

      1. eClient Properties, Property Files, Settings, etc.


Section 8 - Solution Integration (7%)


  1. Identify Integration Options

    1. Framework, Clients, CM Beans, Java API, C++ API, Available User Exits

    2. Prototype(s) of Integration Options


Section 9 - Core Product Information (6%)


  1. Identify Appropriate Product to Resolve Specific Customer Problems

    1. CM, OD, Document Manger, Records Manager, Information Integrator for Content, CommonStore, Business Controls and Reporting

    2. Identify Key Product Functions and Features





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