With the Alfresco Content Accelerator available for both Documentum and Alfresco repositories, we have seen a recent surge in modernization and replacement of older interfaces. For this post, we will take a deep-dive into some of the components of older interfaces and contrast those features with modern features from the Alfresco Content Accelerator.
In recent conversations with many of our manufacturing clients, Controlled Printing has become a frequent topic of conversation. We often see controlled print requirements in systems responsible for managing documents and records to prove that goods are being manufactured and processes are being executed in a repeatable, quality manner (i.e. manufacturing of a widget, plant […]
During a TSG presentation at AIIM Executive committee last month, one question raised from the audience was “how would you define a modern interface for ECM”. This post will address some of the concepts and practices TSG implements in building our modern interfaces to differentiate from the legacy interfaces of the past.
Back in 2011, Documentum, still part of EMC, licensed/purchased D2 as the next generation interface to replace Documentum Webtop. While D2 has not been very successful in converting existing Webtop customers for a variety of reasons, there is a large number of clients that had invested in D2 before 2016 when Documentum stopped investing in it to […]
Announced on September 12th, OpenText is purchasing the assets of the Enterprise Content Division of EMC (that includes Documentum among other products). For more thoughts, see our Detailed Analysis and Predictions. While predictions around the web vary on the future of the combined offerings, one common, very valid concern based on OpenText’s history, is: what […]
Both TSG’s High Performance Interface (HPI) and Documentum D2 are driven by extensive configurations made in an administration module. In this post, we will overview the administration components available in HPI and D2 and demo making a search form configuration update in both applications.
It’s a common user requirement in an ECM system to allow users to act on multiple documents at once. Whether it’s necessary for the business process (ex: a workflow route), or just a time saver (ex: deleting documents), we see requirements around multi-document execution from many clients. For this post, we will look at how both […]
Earlier this year, we announced that we now support integrating D2 with OpenAnnotate to provide document annotation capabilities. For this post, we thought we’d dive deeper into the user interface aspect of the integration and compare the D2 approach with HPI.
Earlier this year, we posted about HPI Search compared to Documentum Webtop and D2 as well as our thoughts around some of the technical issues with D2. For this post, we thought we’d take a closer look at the options for search with D2 as compared to HPI.