Download IBM CMIS for FileNet Content Manager, Version 1 Fix Pack 3

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Abstract

This document describes how to download and install IBM CMIS for FileNet Content Manager, Version 1 Fix Pack 3.

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IBM CMIS for FileNet Content Manager, Version 1 Fix Pack 3 is now bundled with IBM Content Navigator.

To access IBM CMIS for FileNet Content Manager, Version 1 Fix Pack 3, you must now install IBM Content Navigator. IBM CMIS for FileNet Content Manager and IBM Content Navigator are installed together by the installation program. You can configure and deploy each program separately.

You do not need to deploy the FileNet Content Manager web application in order to deploy CMIS.

For more information about installing this fix pack, see the IBM Content Navigator Release Notes.

Prerequisites

To install IBM CMIS for IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 1 Fix Pack 3, you must install the required software on the server where you plan to install the fix pack.


URL LANGUAGE SIZE(Bytes)
Hardware and software requirements - AIX English 10000
Hardware and software requirements - Linux English 10000
Hardware and software requirements - Linux on System z English 10000
Hardware and software requirements - Windows English 10000

Installation Instructions

Select the link below to go to the instructions for installing IBM CMIS for IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 1 Fix Pack 3.

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IBM Content Navigator Release Notes English 10000


Cross reference information
Segment Product Component Platform Version Edition
Enterprise Content Management FileNet Content Manager CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows 5.0, 5.1.0, 5.2.0


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More support for:

Content Navigator
CMIS for FileNet Content Manager

Software version:

2.0.2

Operating system(s):

AIX, Linux, Linux on System z, Windows

Reference #:

4035594

Modified date:

2013-08-30

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