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Websphere Portal Server Integration with IBM Web content management?

kasyaparushi kiran
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Joined: May 05, 2009
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Hi,

I am working on Websphere Portal Server.
I have to integrate Websphere Portal Server with IBM Web Content Management.
Is there any default component in portal server for integration with web content management or do we need to install web content management separately?
(I heard wcm is a component of websphere portal server)

Thanks & Regards,
K.Kiran Kumar

Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I think it's a separate install that gets linked into the portal.

-Cameron McKenzie
kasyaparushi kiran
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Joined: May 05, 2009
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Thank you Cameron

Thanks & Regards,
K.Kiran Kumar
 
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