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Maintenance, Uploading and Downloading Information; Dynamic and/or Static Portal Management Using Microsoft Content Management Server Integration with SAP Enterprise Portal

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authors Franklyn Chukwunonso
year 2008
title Maintenance, Uploading and Downloading Information; Dynamic and/or Static Portal Management Using Microsoft Content Management Server Integration with SAP Enterprise Portal
summary Daily tasks involve different sources of information. The integration of different sources within a single context improves the efficiency of performing diverse steps to complete a task. This paper describes an integration solution providing an easy to use facility, which enables the user to navigate over Microsoft CMS content without leaving the SAP Enterprise Portal context. The Microsoft CMS content, the postings and the channels respectively, will be displayed in a tree-based structure, with the Look & Feel of SAP Enterprise Portal. Different roots, called entry points, can be specified in the standard Enterprise Portal Navigation, that is “Top Level Navigation” or “Detailed Navigation”. The entry points may differ based on their location in the navigation.
keywords Microsoft Content Management Server, CMS, SSO, Single Sign-on
series other
type normal paper
email franconicostelo@yahoo.com
content content.doc (257,024 bytes)
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