This roadmap provides links to the information resources available to users for the installation, administration, and use of IBM Content Classification Version 8.8. The resources are organized according to the progression of key customer tasks.
These documents introduce IBM Content Classification and its feature set.
IBM Content Classification (Type: Marketing; HTML)
This is the home page for IBM Content Classification. This page provides access to information about the product, documentation, support, and tools.
IBM Content Classification Information Center (Type: Information center; HTML)
The information center contains the product documentation and provides links to a variety of related information and support resources.
IBM Education Assistant for IBM Content Classification (Type: Online; HTML)
This site provides a product overview video and a demonstration of how you can configure Content Classification to analyze and classify emails that are captured by IBM Content Collector for archiving..
IBM Content Classification Tutorial (Type: Information center; HTML)
This tutorial guides you through typical workflows and demonstrates how to use Content Classification applications to configure and run automatic document classification.
IBM Content Classification - Make It Work For You (Type: IBM Redbooks publication; HTML and PDF)
This publication explains what Content Classification does, its key concepts, and integration with other products. Topics include building, training, and fine-tuning a knowledge base, creating decision plans, working with Classification Workbench, and step-by-step integration with other solutions.
Classify your enterprise content and manage taxonomies by using IBM Content Classification (Type: Article; HTML)
This IBM developerWorks article shows how Content Classification drives business value by removing the need for business and information technology users to determine where a piece of content will reside within a managed content repository such as IBM FileNet Content Manager. Content can be searched and found quicker, which results in faster business decisions that drive customer satisfaction and value.
Product overview (Type: Information center; HTML)
These topics provide a conceptual overview of Content Classification. They describe the system components and provide a high-level introduction to the product architecture.
Business scenarios (Type: Information center; HTML)
See how a fictitious company uses Content Classification to automatically classify content as it is added to a repository. The company uses IBM FileNet Content Manager or IBM Content Manager to store and archive documents and emails, IBM InfoSphere to capture file system and email content, and Content Classification to classify the content when it is collected.
Content Classification glossary (Type: Information center; HTML)
The glossary defines important terms and acronyms that are used in Content Classification product interfaces and documentation.
These documents list the system requirements and provide instructions for installing and getting started with IBM Content Classification.
System requirements (Type: Online; HTML)
This document lists the supported operating systems, disk space requirements, supported browsers, and other requirements for installing Content Classification.
Installing IBM Content Classification (Type: Information center; HTML)
These topics provide information about how to install a new Content Classification system, upgrade an existing installation, and remove the Content Classification software.
Setting up IBM FileNet Content Manager classification (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
This topic provides a task guide for setting up the integration between Content Classification and IBM FileNet Content Manager.
Setting up IBM Content Manager classification (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
This topic provides a task guide for setting up the integration between Content Classification and IBM Content Manager.
Quick Start Guide (Type: Quick start card; Format: PDF)
This guide provides information on how to install Content Classification. It is included with the product package on the Quick Start CD.
These documents provide instructions on how to use Classification Workbench to create decision plans and knowledge bases, and optimize, test, and evaluate your classification system.
Configuring classification (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
These topics provide instructions for creating knowledge bases and decision plans for Content Classification. Topics describe supported formats and languages for data import, how to create a project, field definitions and properties, creating and analyzing a knowledge base, building rules in a decision plan, and assessing performance with reports and graphs.
Building a knowledge base for IBM Content Classification (Type: Online; HTML)
This document describes a typical workflow for creating and fine-tuning a knowledge base.
Build a high-performing knowledge base using IBM Content Classification (Type: Article; HTML)
This IBM developerWorks article shows how to build a knowledge base by using IBM Content Classification to classify short mobile phone messages in Chinese.
Decision plan design, implementation, and use considerations (Type: Online; HTML)
This document provides best practice information for designing and implementing a decision plan for use with IBM Content Classification.
These documents provide instructions on how to use the Management Console and various utilities to administer Content Classification.
Management Console (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
These topics describe how to use the Management Console to create, import, and export knowledge bases, decision plans, and fields. You can also use the console to view information about the servers in your classification system.
Management procedures and utilities (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
These topics provide instructions for starting, stopping, and restarting server components. They also provide instructions for changing data server connection parameters; changing user accounts on Windows; converting data server files for editing purposes; backing up the data server, knowledge bases, and decision plans; and importing and exporting custom language processing data.
These documents provide instructions on how to create applications for Content Classification.
Developing applications (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
These topics describe how to use the client libraries for C, Java, COM, and .NET to develop applications for Content Classification.
Content Classification API reference (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
These topics provide detailed reference information about the application programming interfaces. Operations, functions, data structures, and general errors are described.
These documents discuss how you can use IBM Content Classification to provide automatic classification services for enterprise content management (ECM) applications.
Integrating with IBM Content Collector (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
This topic describes how to set up the integration between IBM Content Collector and IBM Content Classification. The integration enables the advanced classification of content when it is processed by IBM Content Collector.
IBM Content Collector Integration with IBM Content Classification (Type: IBM Redbooks publication; HTML and PDF)
This publication describes the integration of IBM Content Classification with IBM Content Collector. Content Collector assesses, monitors, identifies, and collects virtually all content for archiving. Using Content Classification within Content Collector, you can classify the content before it is archived.
Classification of IBM FileNet Content Manager content (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
This topic describes the various ways that you can use Content Classification to classify content in an IBM FileNet Content Manager object store. For example, Content Classification can automatically set document properties and move items to the correct folders or document classes. If you use IBM Enterprise Records, you can configure decision plan rules to automatically declare documents as records when they are classified.
Classification of IBM Content Manager content (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
This topic describes how Content Classification provides automatic classification services for content in IBM Content Manager repositories. Content Classification can analyze items in a repository and automatically set attribute values or item types.
Integration with IBM Content Analytics with Enterprise Search (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
This topic describes how Content Classification provides enhanced content classification and categorization capabilities that augment IBM Content Analytics with Enterprise Search.
Applying IBM Content Classification to Email Archiving (Type: Article; Format: HTML)
This article discusses the integration of IBM Content Classification Version 8.6 with IBM Content Collector Version 2.1, but the concepts are still valid for IBM Content Classification Version 8.8. This solution can be deployed to classify emails and archive them into easily discoverable folders in an enterprise content management (ECM) repository. If the content is classified for mission critical information, emails can be declared as records and put under the control of a records management system.
These documents provide troubleshooting assistance for various components of your system. Guidance for IBM software support is also included.
Troubleshooting and support (Type: Information center; Format: HTML)
These topics provide information about how to troubleshoot problems, including instructions for searching IBM knowledge bases, downloading fixes, and getting support.
Support for IBM Content Classification (Type: Online; Format: HTML)
This is the support site for Content Classification. You can search for technical documents and troubleshooting tips, and learn about the latest fix packs and other product related information and tools.
RSS feed for product updates (Type: Online; Format: HTML)
You can subscribe to an RSS feed to receive notifications when product updates or news about the product is announced.
End of Support dates (Type: Online; Format: HTML)
This page lists dates when products go out of support. You can sort the list by product and by general availability date. You can also subscribe to receive updates automatically.
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This site provides links to articles, tutorials, and information about ECM products.
Information Management community on developerWorks (Type: Online; Format: HTML)
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