4-8021 Architecting Documentum Applications v7.2 On Demand

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Duration: 5 days

Architecting Documentum Applications is a 5-day course designed to communicate some best practices to application architects and some information on how to avoid pitfalls that have been known to cause issues by real developers. It begins with an introduction to an n-tier design model – separating the design of the application by the different tiers. Much of this course is geared toward making application design choices that yield good performance and achieve expandability.

This is not a course on programming applications and it does not focus on any particular application design framework, such as WDK, D2, xCP, etc. Instead, it touches on areas of Documentum application design that should produce a solution to the problem domain. This course covers many and various topics, from packaging and deployment to data model design, to performance analysis and high volume server.

On completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Use Documentum Composer as the environment for building and packaging a Documentum application
  • Describe data modeling options with Documentum including the performance implications of the underlying database representation for each type of data model
  • Identify best practices for designing a security model
  • Examine different approaches to modeling object relationships (e.g. dm_relation, folders, etc.)
  • Explain Documentum's business process execution architecture and implement a business process and document lifecycle
  • Explain options for implementing the business logic tier including business objects, DFS services, and server methods
  • Use DFC good practices for session management, query execution, transactions, logging, and exception handling
  • Describe the features and architecture of Documentum client frameworks
  • Describe the capabilities and architecture of the various content transfer mechanisms supported by Documentum products
  • Generate and analyze DFC RPC trace files with the goal of optimizing application performance
  • Use DFC search interfaces and explain the available query processing architectures used by the Content Server and xPlore
  • Design applications to meet performance and scalability requirements
  • Describe strategies for assuring application quality

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Per Student Online USD 4,475.00

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