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Enterprise Content Search Paradigms

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3 content search paradigms described

3 content search paradigms described

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  • 1. Content Search Paradigms
    David Champeau
    ECM Consultant
    06/29/2009
  • 2. Introduction
    Search Paradigms
    Collection (Consolidation)
    Integration (Brokered)
    Federation
    Content Rules
    Collect content from non-ECM repositories (take it)
    e.g. SharePoint, Domino
    Integrate from all repositories (leave it, search in place)
    Federate content from ECM repositories (borrow it, index it)
    e.g. Documentum, FileNet Image Services
  • 3. Description
    All paradigms require connectors to other repositories
    Collection and Federation use connectors that periodically crawl the other repositories looking for new or updated content – search is performed in the IBM FileNet P8 catalogue
    Integration only searches other repositories on-demand and is architected and performed outside of IBM FileNet P8 (IBM FileNet P8 is just another repository)
  • 4. Collection
    Moves content from one non-ECM repository to another
    File shares to IBM FileNet P8
    SharePoint to IBM FileNet P8
    Domino to IBM FileNet P8
    Collection creates a central catalogue
    One catalogue, one search
    Query only central repository
    Useful for initiating workflows and records management
    Best use is for collecting enterprise content from non-ECM repositories
    Take new content as it is created (periodic crawl and take)
    Leave a copy, a stub or nothing
  • 5. Integration
    Leave all content in place
    Send queries to all repositories
    Return an integrated result set to the user
    Search can take a long time depending on scope of the search parameters, performance of the external systems
    e.g. ICI (IICE) brokers a query to each connector/repository and combines the result sets into one
  • 6. Federation
    “Borrow it, index it”
    Content is stored and managed in another ECM repository
    Content is indexed in IBM FileNet P8
    Content metadata is collected and stored in IBM FileNet P8
    External repositories periodically export metadata to IBM FileNet P8
    Export metadata and index new content as created