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F219GRO
Duration
5 days
Price
1500 €*
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DescriptionWhat we offer

This course provides a comprehensive guide to designing, developing, migrating, securing, and deploying a Case Manager solution.

NOTE: This is a combo of IBM Case Manager 5.2: Build and Migrate a Solution (F212G) + IBM Case Manager 5.2: Integrated Rules (F214G) + IBM Case Manager 5.2: Security (F216G) as a 4.5 day complete Case Mgr 5.2 ILT course.

ObjectivesWhat you learn

  • Design and build Case Manager Solutions.
    • Create a solution, deploy, and test in a development environment.
  • Customize the client display in a solution.
    • Work with page layouts, properties displays, and wiring widgets together.
  • Migrate and deploy a solution.
    • Package and move a complex solution from a development environment t a production profile environment.
  • Use integrated business rules in a solution.
    • Create business rules using the integrated rules engine.
  • Configure security for a solution.
    • Manage solution security in development and production environments.

TopicsThe best for you

  • Build a Case Manager Solution
  • Customize the Client Display
  • Migrating and Deploying Solutions
  • Integrated Rules
  • Security
  • Appendices
  • Appendix for Rules Unit
  • Appendix for Security Unit
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PrerequisitesWhat should you know

You should have:

  • IBM FileNet P8 5.0 Prerequisite Skills using Workplace XT (F1410)
  • IBM FileNet P8 Platform 5.2: System Implementation and Administration (F1150)
  • IBM FileNet BPM 5.0: Process Design (F1450)

AudienceWho should attend

This intermediate-level course is for:

  • Solution architects design, build, and validate Case Manager Solutions within the development environment. They have full control of all the tools within that development environment.
  • System administrators migrate, secure, and maintain Case Manager Solutions in QA and production environments. They have control of environment access and are responsible for moving solutions between environments.