For a recent client, we installed the latest release of My Documentum for SharePoint (MDSP). This post will discuss our thoughts on the tool and our implementation experience. Continue reading
The agenda for Momentum, the Documentum portion of EMC World, has recently been posted (http://www.emcworld.com/images/Momentum_2011_Agenda-master4webpage.pdf). For this post, we thought we would highlight things we (TSG) or our typical clients attend. Overall, EMC has divided the sessions into “tracks” focused on Architecture/Best Practices, ECM, Software Developer, Information Governance, Case Management, User Group, Capture and Labs. Continue reading
As pointed out in yesterday’s post, we are reviewing the various SharePoint connectivity solutions from Momentum 2010 in Lisbon. The best presentation was “Documentum and SharePoint Interoperability: Optimize SharePoint and Leverage Your Documentum Infrastructure” – by Andrew Chapman.
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Consistent with Rick’s priority list from the last post, for this post we thought we would review the SharePoint related presentations from Momentum 2010 – Lisbon. Probably the best presentation was Mike Mohen and Andrew Chapman’s – Customizing and Enhancing Microsoft SharePoint Interoperability and introduction of the SharePoint Documentum Framework (SDF).
SharePoint Documentum Framework
One last reminder – Midwest Documentum User Group (MWDUG) is coming up this Friday, October 29th, in downtown Chicago – presentations will include American Electric Power, United Airlines, Documentum Roadmap as well as others. There are still spots open if you are interested in attending. http://www.mwdug.com
As we were talking to users outside of the Chicago area about MWDUG, it isn’t hard to see that travel is still being restricted during the downturn (or post-downturn). Obviously, not many of us could travel to Lisbon, Portugal for Momentum 2010 this month. One thing unique this year is that
EMC/Documentum has opened up the ability to attend Momentum virtually. Slide decks and presentations will be posted next week and available virtually for only $200 – signup is here – Virtual Momentum.
We (TSG) just finished an evaluation for one of our clients of MyDocumentum for SharePoint. Initially, the client wanted to leverage the MyDocumentum for SharePoint product as part of their effort to have SharePoint users contribute content to Documentum. The client had unused licenses to the product as part of their enterprise purchase agreement.
As we mentioned in our MyDocumentum for SharePoint review, currently MyDocumentum for SharePoint does not have a software development kit (SDK) for extending the Web Part. For the client, this turned out to be a critical missing component. This post will discuss the client’s need for others considering evaluating MyDocumentum for SharePoint.