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ECM: Entreprise
Content Management
Vue globale du ECM
Composants du ECM
Fonctionnalités du ECM
Mapping avec Filenet
Définition
Composants
Fonctionnalités
Mapping avec Filenet
Présentation de la Solution Filenet
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ECM: Entreprise Content Management
ECM: Entreprise Content Management

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ECM: Entreprise Content Management

Notes de l'éditeur

  1. Les données structurées sont celles stockées dans une base de données.
  2. À titre d’exemple: L’exemple de l’entreprise A
  3. Phases du ECM (lifecycle)
  4. ECM est un terme générique (umbrella term) qui désigne les thèmes suivants Collaboration: travail partagé entre les collaborateurs
  5. Il existe 5 composants définis par AIIM:Association for Information and Image Management: Organisation de standardisation/normalisation Capture: Optiques des caractère: Converts images of typeset text into alphanumeric characters Ecriture manuscrite: Converts images of handwritten text into alphanumerics. intelligente de caractères: ajoute cependant une technique de reconnaissance de caractères manuscrits et intègre un mécanisme d'apprentissage optique de marques:Reads special markings, such as checkmarks or dots, in predefined fields Traitement des formulaires: scanné et capturé depuis le web. COLD: capture des documents (rapports, inventaires, factures etc) Computer output to laser disc Aggregation :combines documents from different applications. The goal is to unify data from different sources, forwarding them to storage and processing systems in a uniform structure and format Manage Store Library services: Library services are the administrative components of the ECM system that handle access to information. The library service is responsible for taking in and storing information from the Capture and Manage components. It also manages the storage locations in dynamic storage, the actual "Store," and in the long-term Preserve archive. The storage location is determined only by the characteristics and classification of the information. The library service works in concert with the Manage components' database to provide the necessary functions of search and retrieval. While the database does not "know" the physical location of a stored object, the library service manages online storage (direct access to data and documents), nearline storage (data and documents on a medium that can be accessed quickly, but not immediately, such as data on an optical disc that is present in a storage system's racks but not currently inserted in a drive that can read it), and offline storage (data and documents on a medium that is not quickly available, such as data stored offsite). If the document management system does not provide the functionality, the library service must have version management to control the status of information, and check-in/check-out, for controlled information provision. The library service generates logs of information usage and editing, called an "audit trail." Preserver Repository : Dépôt, référentiel de données. Entrepôt des données: data warehouse Storage networks : Storage networks, such as network-attached storage and storage area networks, can be used if they meet the requirements of edit-proof auditing with unchangeable storage and protection against manipulation and erasure. Deliver Personnalisation : Functions and output can be customized to a particular user's needs. Unlike its use in the Capture stage, when used for delivery COLD prepares output data for distribution and transfer to the archive. Typical applications are lists and formatted output (for example, individualized customer letters). These technologies also include journals and logs generated by the ECM components. Unlike most imaging media, COLD records are indexed not in a database table, but by absolute positions within the document itself (i.e. page 1, line 82, position 12). As a result, COLD index fields are not available for editing after submission unless they are converted into a standard database.
  6. Filenet Architecture
  7. Mapping ECM components with Filenet
  8. Mapping ECM functionalities with Filenet