IBM Content Manager OnDemand Administration - ODU-EN101 (***SELF STUDY COURSE #1***)

IBM Content Manager OnDemand Administration - ODU-EN101 (***SELF STUDY COURSE #1***)
This Self-Paced online course is the foundation course for individuals interested in learning the concepts of the IBM Content Manager OnDemand (CMOD) system. The course starts with a basic overview of the system, and then goes on to describe how to create CMOD objects such as applications, application groups, folders, storage sets and users. The course also covers the tasks required to index, load, retrieve, and view various types of report files, documents, and image files in a CMOD solution.
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Course Outline

Unit 2. Document Indexing

  1. Lesson 2.1: Indexing Basics
  2. Lesson 2.1 ASSIGNMENT: Indexing Basics
  3. Lesson 2.1 Results for Assignment - Indexing Basics
  4. Lesson 2.2 Document Indexing
  5. Lesson 2.2 ASSIGNMENT: Additional Indexing Features
  6. Lesson 2.2 Results for Assignment for Additional Indexing Features
  7. Lesson 2.3 Indexing with multiple triggers
  8. Lesson 2.3 ASSIGNMENT: Indexing with multiple triggers
  9. Lesson 2.3 Results for Assignment: Indexing with multiple triggers
  10. Lesson 2.3b ASSIGNMENT: Indexing with multiple triggers - Procedure 2 and Procedure 3
  11. Lesson 2.3b Results for Assignment: Indexing with multiple triggers - Procedure 2 and Procedure 3

Unit 7: Additional Topics

  1. Lesson 7.1: Additional Permission Definitions

Unit 1. Introduction to CMOD

  1. Lesson 1.1: System Overview
  2. Lesson 1.1 QUIZ 1: System Overview
  3. Lesson 1.1 QUIZ 2: Review OnDemand architecture
  4. Lesson 1.2: Report Processing Objects -Application Group
  5. Lesson 1.2: DEMO: What does an Application Group Do?
  6. Lesson 1.2: Report Processing - Applications
  7. Lesson 1.2 DEMO: What is an Application?
  8. Lesson 1.2: Report Processing Objects - Folder
  9. Lesson 1.2 : DEMO: What does a Folder Do?
  10. Lesson 1.2:Report Processing Objects - Cabinet
  11. Lesson 1.2. QUIZ: Review use of report file processing objects
  12. Lesson 1.3: Use the OnDemand client
  13. Lesson 1.3. DEMO: Use the OnDemand client
  14. Lesson 1.4: Content Navigator browser client
  15. Lesson 1.4: DEMO:Use IBM Content Navigator
  16. Lesson 1.5: OnDemand Document Capture
  17. Lesson 1.5: QUIZ: OnDemand Document Capture
  18. Lesson 1.6. Storage Management Concepts
  19. Lesson 1.6. QUIZ: Storage Management Concepts

Certificate of Completion and Evaluation

  1. Class Evaluation
  2. Certificate of Completion - IBM Content Manager OnDemand Administration

Unit 6. Other Report Types

  1. Lesson 6.1: Process AFP report files
  2. Lesson 6.1: Scenario and Procedures
  3. Lesson 6.1: DEMO Document for Download - Screen Views and Flow
  4. Lesson 6.1: DEMO - Listen to Demonstration of Loading AFP Data
  5. Lesson 6.1: QUIZ Process AFP report files
  6. Lesson 6.2: Convert line to AFP
  7. Lesson 6.2: Scenario and Procedures
  8. Lesson 6.2: DEMO - Listen to Convert Line Data to AFP
  9. Lesson 6.2: QUIZ Convert line to AFP
  10. Lesson 6.3: Process report files with Generic Indexer
  11. Lesson 6.3 DEMO: Process report files with the generic indexer
  12. Lesson 6.3: QUIZ Process report files with the generic indexer

Unit 5. Run Report Wizard

  1. Lesson 5.1: Use Report Wizard to process ASCII line data
  2. Lesson 5.1 QUIZ: Process ASCII line data
  3. Lesson 5.1 Student Exercise Sample Data - ASCII report File
  4. Lesson 5.2: Process transaction report files
  5. Lesson 5.2 QUIZ: Process transaction report files
  6. Lesson 5.3: Create a logical view
  7. Lesson 5.3 QUIZ Create a logical view
  8. Lesson 5.4: Process PDF Report Files
  9. Lesson 5.4 QUIZ: Process PDF report files

Unit 4. Modify an OnDemand System

  1. Lesson 4.1: Modify report processing objects
  2. Lesson 4.1: DEMO Document for Download - Screen Views and Flow
  3. Lesson 4.1: DEMO- Modifying Report Processing Objects and Creating a Float Trigger
  4. Lesson 4.1 QUIZ: Modify report processing objects
  5. Lesson 4.2: Configure Permissions
  6. Lesson 4.2: DEMO- Configuring Permissions
  7. Lesson 4.2 QUIZ: Configure Permissions
  8. Unit 4 - Student Exercises to Practice on your own CMOD System (Optional)
  9. Unit 4 - Student Exercises Sample Data to load on your CMOD system (optional)

Unit 3: Building CMOD Report Objects

  1. Lesson 3.1: Create an application group
  2. Lesson 3.1 DEMO Document for Download - Screen Views and Flow
  3. Lesson 3.1 DEMO Create an application group
  4. Lesson 3.1 QUIZ: Create an Application Group
  5. Lesson 3.2: Create an Application
  6. Lesson 3.2 DEMO: Create an application
  7. Lesson 3.2 QUIZ: Create an application
  8. Lesson 3.3: Folders and Cabinets
  9. Lesson 3.3 DEMO: Folders and Cabinets
  10. Lesson 3.3 QUIZ: Folders and Cabinets
  11. Lesson 3.4: Load a report file
  12. Lesson 3.4 DEMO: Load a report file
  13. Lesson 3.4 QUIZ: Load a report file
  14. Unit 3 - Student Exercises to Practice on your own CMOD System (optional)
  15. Unit 3 - Student Exercises Sample Report Files for Loading on your Own CMOD System (optional)

Unit 0 - Introduction and Class Instructions

  1. Introduction and Class Instructions

About the Course

Purpose This course is the foundation course for individuals interested in learning the concepts of the IBM Content Manager OnDemand (CMOD) solution. The self-paced online learning course starts with a basic overview of the system, and then goes on to describe how to create CMOD objects such as applications, application groups, folders, storage sets and users. The course also covers the tasks required to index, load, retrieve, and view various types of report files, documents, and image files in a CMOD system.

Audience This course is designed for CMOD Report Administrators, that is, people who will be indexing and loading documents into a CMOD system. These people are responsible for creating the applications, application groups, and folders that describe documents for loading and provide user access to the documents through the OnDemand system.

Prerequisites OnDemand Report Administrators should have this prior knowledge:

  • An understanding of basic database concepts
  • A working knowledge of Windows Server 2010 or 2012
  • Access to a workstation running a browser such as Chrome, Windows Explorer, Mozilla.

Objectives After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe the major functions of the IBM CMOD product
  • Create and maintain CMOD objects such as applications, application groups, and folders
  • Perform the tasks required to index, load, and retrieve various types of documents and report files in a CMOD system

For more information on enChoice, Inc., visit: www.enchoice.com.

About the Instructors

Michelle Christensen

Michelle Christensen, VP ERM & CMOD Program Director

Michelle possesses a 20+-year track record in consulting, implementing and knowledge transfer with the IBM ECM Solution portfolio worldwide. Prior to enChoice, she served as the CMOD Program Manager and Worldwide Sales Leader for IBM and she is considered a CMOD SME. She has been honored as an IBM Champion for her commitment to the IBM CMOD solution. Michelle is a published author and recognized ECM expert.