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Day: August 6, 2008

Using Documentum Lifecycle State Extensions

Using Documentum Lifecycle State Extensions

Introduction Documentum Lifecycles provide a way to change a document’s properties as it progresses through its natural course of “life”. For example, when a document is approved, you might want its approval_date attribute to reflect the date of the signoff. Lifecycles can automate this type of action easily. Additionally, lifecycles can call custom code that […]

Automate BOF Module Deployment During Development

Automate BOF Module Deployment During Development

Introduction One of the key requirements of any agile development methodology is continuous integrations. In the 9 years I’ve been writing software professionally, I’ve noticed a dramatic difference in the overall quality of software produced by projects that employed fully automated continuous integrations over projects that didn’t. When combined with a full suite of automated […]

Bullet Proof Markup: Designing for Web Content Management Systems

Bullet Proof Markup: Designing for Web Content Management Systems

Overview This article will introduce you to some general strategies for writing flexible markup as well as provide some specific examples that you can take away for your next project. First let’s look at just a few of the modern trends in web design: minimize class usage minimize tag usage semantic markup reusable markup Look […]