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Anyone worked with livelink?

 
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Livelink is a Collaboration and content management tool by opentext. Has anybody worked on it? what are its prospects in terms of market value over resume, salary, scope etc?

I have java/j2ee exp. my client has decided to go for livelink implementattion on enterprise level. i am supposed to learn this technology and wotk in this project. So i am concerned abt my future prospects...

any help would be appreciated...
 
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is it livelink type 1 or 2 ? they have to different types, and type 2 is formerly known as Gauss VIP ECM. This I have lots of experience with and I liked it alot.
 
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Wow. Someone else finally who seems to be working with Livelink. (I'm assuming your client is talking about Livelink ECM.)

I've worked with it quite a bit, actually - the current client that I'm servicing has several thousand users across multiple locations, and the instance holds a few million documents. The Livelink API is not horrible to learn, as long as you're willing to try to parse through the very odd and unhelpful errors it throws once in a while, but all in all, I've found it generally a pleasure to work with.

Plus, my company develops and sells add-on products to Livelink, so there's that aspect of things that I'm involved in.

I think it's a good thing to know and can't hurt. Out of curiosity, what is your client intending you to do? Is this just an extension project using Java technologies, or are you building modules?
 
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Me !!

 
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Hi Rakhi,

Yes, Livelink is being used by many companies in India and it got good prospects. There are many company in india who are working on it.

In fact I was involved in a livelink project where I had developed a framework for Java application.

Regards
Naveen
 
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Hi Navin,
I too working on OT Livelink.
 
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