Troubleshooting Lotus Web Content Management Web Content Integrator

“The Web Content Integrator is a solution for integrating externally managed Web content with WebSphere Portal. Through the use of standard content-syndication feed technologies based on RSS 2.0, the Web Content Integrator provides a loosely coupled mechanism for transferring published content and metadata to the portal after they have been approved in the source system. Once the content and meta data have been transferred to the portal, it is possible to leverage the built-in content management features of WebSphere Portal to secure, personalize, and display the content to end users.”

The main goal of this article is to introduce the Web Content Integrator (WCI), and explain how to troubleshoot, debug, and resolve problems.

via Troubleshooting Lotus Web Content Management Web Content Integrator.


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