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Content Management in Websphere

George Brown
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A very general question that I was hoping that someone conversant with Websphere might be able to answer: does WebSphere contain a Content Management system of any sort?
Simon Song
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WebSphere Application Server itself is just an Application Server, IBM allied with Vignette on content management solution I think.
So in short, WebSphere has no bundled Content Management solution.

Simon Song
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Ren Li
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Joined: Feb 20, 2002
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IBM has been cooperating with Documentum in content management.
Kyle Brown
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Also, the newly released WebSphere Portal Server, version 4.1 contains a rudimentary content management solution, although its use should be restricted to those customers who do not need to power or complexity of a system like Vignette or Documentum.

Kyle Brown, Author of Persistence in the Enterprise and Enterprise Java Programming with IBM Websphere, 2nd Edition
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