New Release of OpenText Portal Offers Support for Content Aggregat ion across Content Server, Microsoft SharePoint, Social-centric and Customer-centric Web sites
WATERLOO, ON Feb. 1
With social networking tools shifting the way users want to consume information, OpenText Portal (formerly Vignette Portal) gives corporate users a way to easily navigate across applications, create and manage folders and documents while staying in context of their personalized workspace. OpenText Portal provides powerful, yet simple interactive views of people and content that help information workers become more productive.
The OpenText Portal plays an important role in the OpenText ECM Suite by providing a richer, more interactive presentation layer, connecting disparate systems and enabling organizations to take advantage of their existing investments. The offering includes several new portlets — web components that can be aggregated in the context of a composite page – that enable information workers to more easily locate, leverage, and collaborate around information.
The portlets for OpenText Content Server, the core content management server within the ECM Suite, include an activity feed portlet, a navigation portlet as well as a federated search portlet:
- The federated search portlet provides the ability for users to submit basic or advanced searches across multiple Content Server instances file systems, databases and custom application to federate search results into a single customizable view.
Portlets for Microsoft SharePoint include navigation portlets as well as federated search portlets:
- The federated search portlet for SharePoint provides the ability for users to submit basic or advanced searches across multiple SharePoint instances, Content Server instances, file systems, databases and custom applications to federate search results into a single customizable view.
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