Monday, 4 June 2012

Managed pages in Webspshere Portal server 8.0

Managed pages are portal pages that are stored in IBM® Web Content Manager. By managing portal pages from within Web Content Manager, you can apply features like workflow, version control, and syndication to portal pages.
When you perform a new installation of IBM WebSphere® Portal, managed pages are enabled by default. However, if you migrate from an earlier version or previously disabled the feature, ensure that managed pages are enabled.

When you enable manage pages, any web content pages that you have are converted to managed pages and added to the Portal Site library.

Note: Administration pages are not intended to be managed pages and so are not included when you enable managed pages.

When you create a managed page in the portal, a corresponding page item is created in the Portal Site library. The page items are represented as portal page site areas in the web content library.

By default, the display name of the portal page site area is based on the title of the portal page. Web Content Manager assigns a unique name in the library for each portal page site area. This unique name enables you to have pages with the same title organized in separate portal page site areas.

Although you can view the page items in the authoring portlet, the items are read-only. To change, move, or delete the page items, you must use the portal user interface. However, you can use the authoring portlet to add site areas and content items in the site structure for the managed page. In this case, the content that you add is automatically rendered by components, such as menus or navigators, and by web content viewers.

Note: If you delete a portal page, the portal page site area is deleted from the web content library. If the portal page site area contains any other site areas or content items, they are also deleted.

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