Documentum xCP 1.x xCelerators
The following is a list of Documentum xCP 1.x xCelerators. To view the details of an xCelerator, click on the name of the xCelerator.
- Sample Applications
- TaskSpace, Forms Builder, & Activity Templates
- Process Builder
- Energy Plant and Facilities Management (EPFM) Solution xCelerators
The Grants Management sample application illustrates the use of xCP to configure a case management application. Whether using it as a starting point for Grants or any solution based on xCP, it is comprised of many useful, reusable design patterns and demonstrates how xCP implements those patterns through configurable components rather than custom coding.
|These assets should be used by a business analyst to provoke ideas, discussions, and to get one started in the right direction during the requirements and design phases of judicial case management solutions.|
|The Account Management xCelerator is a complete xCP sample application that models three different financial services transactions: New Account Opening, Change Account Information and Distribution from Retirement. This xCelerator includes optional connections to both Captiva and Document Sciences.|
|This xCP Travel application focuses on employee travel requests, management approval and for real time travel budget tracking. In addition to the automated approval and travel request reports, this xCelerator allows managers to approve pending requests using their mobile devices and includes source code enabling one to add extensions and modifications to this application.|
|Contracts Management Prototype Application|
This sample Contracts Management application using xCP shows the value of contract content and attributes managed as a unit, leverages document relationships to link contracts and supporting docs together, and leverages dynamic action buttons to give users a targeted experience.
The xCP Debt Review Application xCelerator is a sample solution that aims to automate and streamline debt review processes within the banks by streamlining document generation, customer communication, document capture and ingestion, process management and optimization, and powerful reporting analytics in a regulatory compliant way.
|This application uses a simple TaskSpace / xCP application combined with a free to use cloud based application to provide an easy way to submit documents from external sources such as engineering documents and diagrams.|
|Guest Management Sample Application||The Meet and Greet xCelerator is a sample, horizontal solution that uses the example of a Guest Management system to highlight specific xCP features, such as personalized e-mail communication and an approval workflow.|
|Interface Manager xCelerator||The Interface Manager xCelerator, or IMx, is an engineering and construction centric application for managing correspondence, deliverables and action items.|
|This xCelerator demonstrates how xCP can be used to build a solution that will handle the complex requirements around Investigative Case Management, handling the investigation of a case through its entire lifecycle. Although only a prototype system many basic design principles and solution patterns have been used that can be implemented in any xCP solution.|
|This sample application provides a solution for 3 of the primary business functions of a television broadcaster that drive their daily operations: Media ingest, integration of EMC Documentum with trafficking systems, and Post production. The xCelerator also shows how TaskSpace and Digital Asset Manager or Media WorkSpace could be used in unison to manage digital assets and rich media in addition to traditional documents.|
|Patient Forms Prototype App||This xCelerator is a Patient Forms Prototype app, showing how patient data can be captured with electronic and/or high fidelity forms.|
|The Smartphone Service Manager Application is a sample application focusing on xCP, Android mobile phone, and RESTful services. Centralized staff uses Service Manager to assign tasks to field technicians. It provides field technician with information at their fingertips through their mobile phones. Service Manager transforms a traditional business process into a dynamic and collaborative operation.|
|The Talent Recruiter sample application illustrates using xCP to implement a recruiting management application that includes an xCelerator asset - Star Rating.|
|Travel Refund Sample Application||This Travel Refund xCelerator focuses on the integration between xCP and Document Sciences. It demonstrates the ability to use xPression from within TaskSpace to provide synchronous PDF generation from the document’s metadata or form content.|
|“TripPlanner” illustrates the benefits of xCP through the creation of this business process that exists in every organization: the management of travel requests.|
TaskSpace, Forms Builder, & Activity Templates
|TaskSpace Advanced Search||The xCP TaskSpace Advanced Search xCelerator substantially decreases the amount of time required to integrate advanced search capabilities into TaskSpace. It integrates the Webtop Advanced Search and Federated Search into TaskSpace and returns your search results in a more user-friendly interface. This latest version now supports saved searches.|
|Activity Templates allow process designers to configure activities for use in their process. This xCelerator now features a total of 13 custom activity templates, including 8 that were recently added. Click on this xCelerator page to see the full list and a description of each.|
|xCP Forms Adapters||The xCP Forms Adaptors xCelerator provides a set of form adaptors complementing the built-in adaptors in Forms Builder with additional, commonly used functionality.|
|xCP Calendar xCelerator|
The xCP Calendar xCelerator provides a graphical calendar user interface that can be used in an xCP application, primarily from within TaskSpace or a process.
|CIS xCelerator||The xCP Content Intelligence Services (CIS) Activity Template xCelerator integrates the classification function of CIS with xCP through a new activity template that makes it possible to synchronously classify documents within a process.|
|Echo xCelerator||The Echo action echoes back whatever parameters are passed to it, which allows for extremely useful forms capabilities such as creating wizards, clearing fields and copying values to other locations on the form.|
|CTS xCelerator||This xCelerator introduces 3 new xCP Activity Templates for Content Transformation Services (CTS), which are Create PDF Renditions, Create HTML Renditions and Merge Virtual Document to PDF.|
|xCP Corticon xCelerator||The focus of this xCelerator is to link xCP with Corticon to show how to manipulate the Corticon rules from within TaskSpace without the need to access the Corticon rule editor.|
|Timeline xCelerator||The Timeline xCelerator provides a graphical user interface to display calendar or temporal data within a repository on a Timeline view. It can be used within the xCP stack, primarily within the Taskspace user interface and from within a process.|
|Maps xCelerator||The Maps xCelerator adds mapping functionality (as seen in Geospatial Information Systems) to xCP by integrating Google Maps with TaskSpace.|
Content Server & Forms Builder
Entities which represent people or users are commonly found in many case-based applications and across domains such as Human Resources, Public Sector, Healthcare, and Financial Services.This xCelerator provides a cross-industry standard data model representing a Person, as well as an Employee record, which can be reused across various verticals to reduce solution development time.
TaskSpace & Process Builder
Electronic Signatures provide an auditable and compliant way to replace ink signatures on paper. The basic requirement that this xCelerator fulfills is to provide an indisputable record of a user approving a document or piece of content by signing it electronically from within TaskSpace.
|Faceted Search xCelerator|
The xCP Faceted Search xCelerator adds faceted search functionality to TaskSpace and other web applications using the native facet computation of Documentum xPlore.
|Video in TaskSpace||The Video xCelerator provides a framework for supporting the ingestion and playing of video content through TaskSpace.|
|xCelerator Task View Form Document Processor Mapper||The Task View Form Document Processor Mapper enables two way synchronization between process data and package attributes outside of the process flow, e.g. during a manual task.|
|Ad hoc Case Tasks and Notes xCelerator||This xCelerator uses separate objects related to the case to persist and route ad hoc items. It also allows due dates and reminders for each individual item and allows an ad hoc number of tasks to drive overall case flow.|
|Unique Number Initializer Forms Adaptor||The Unique Number Forms Adaptor xCelerator provides an item initializer adaptor that generates unique, sequential numbers in a wide variety of formats.|
|Formal Records Management xCelerator||The Formal Records Management xCelerator allows standard formal records declaration using TaskSpace as the user interface and also adds the ability to automate records declaration to the level desired by the business.|
|Formatting Currency using Adapters||The Formatting Currency xCelerator helps one to easily convert numerics to a formatted currency value within TaskSpace.|
|HTTP Get Data Source Adaptor||The HTTP Get Data Source Adaptor provides a form adaptor for retrieving data through a HTTP GET and intepreting that data as a string, CSV or XML. This makes it possible to use services such as the Google geocoding services for retrieving data.|
|TaskSpace Autocomplete||The Taskspace Autocomplete xCelerator provides an xForms TextField control extension enabling a filtered autosuggest list of possible values.|
|Repository Actions xCelerator||The Repository Actions xCelerator provides a small framework that enables you to add custom actions to your TaskSpace application without doing WDK development and leverages the powerful BOF Module framework.|
|Aspects xCelerator||A Documentum aspect encapsulates custom metadata and behavior that can be attached to object instances. Aspects can be a powerful tool in object model design and implementation. This xCelerator enables xCP applications to use aspect attributes in forms and processes.|
|Auto Select First Search Result xCelerator||The AutoSelect First Search Result xCelerator provides the functionality of automatically selecting and previewing the first document returned in a Taskspace search form.|
|Enhanced Search in TaskSpace||This xCelerator asset adds useful features to TaskSpace, including saved searches and customized or localized names for search templates.|
|Global Picklist Management||Electronic forms provide Dropdown List, ListBox, Radio button Group, and CheckBox Group controls; all of which can utilize a data adaptor to define the available options dynamically. This xCelerator provides an installable framework to improve the reusability and robustness of this capability.|
|Centralized Rules xCelerator||This xCelerator shows how one can externalize rules within xCP. This does not replace the need for an external rules engine, but shows a technique to get some of the same advantages when the use case is not too complex.|
|Broadcast Message xCelerator||This xCelerator shows how a read-only table can be used to display broadcast messages. A broadcast message can be any communication one wants users to receive and are shown on the welcome tab of the TaskSpace application.|
|Style xCelerator||The Style xCelerator reduces the complexities surrounding the rebranding of a TaskSpace application. It consolidates many of the page components into simple-to-use custom CSS style sheets. It also provides prebuilt actions (Photoshop macros) to automate the Photoshop work that is required for certain changes to the interface.|
|xCP Case Notes xCelerator||The xCP Case Notes xCelerator shows how to create a case log, where users or the system generated business events can be added for later review.|
|Process Form Reuse Tool||This xCelerator allows an xCP developer to create template forms and processes containing the common process data and form layout that can then be copied and linked together when building a new process.|
|Childapp Listing||The xCP Childapp Listing xCelerator provides the user the ability to choose which TaskSpace child application they want to login to by adding a dropdown on the login screen.|
|RestoreTab||The RestoreTab xCelerator restores the last tab the user navigated to upon the next login.|
|EPFM (Documentum)||EPFM xCelerators||The Engineering Plant and Facilities Management (EPFM) Solution enables those enterprises, who design, construct, operate and maintain large plants and facilities to effectively manage unstructured content and transform the way they use information - including technical documentation and related business processes. These accelerators provide additional capabilities on top of what is available with that solution today.|
|The XDQL xCelerator provides functionality for executing DQL queries and retrieving results as XML, which is useful in regards to XForm instance processing. In a single query, one can retrieve all instances of a given form concatenated into a single XML file.|
|This collection is made up of 22 custom activity templates. Their purpose is extending the provided basic content Activities with commonly needed and used tasks covering both packages, attachments and documents.|
|Based on the standard XSL Transformationactivity template, this xCelerator describes how to create and manage Microsoft Office documents using out-of-the-box tools provided with xCP.|
|The xCP ExcelUtilxCelerator enables xCP based workflows to read and write files in this format, adding a great level of potential interaction with users both within and outside of an xCP solution.|
|The xCP Workflow Utils xCelerator provides a set of BOF modules activities that provide functionality to run any DQL query, do simple date calculations and comparisons, halt workflows, and initiate other workflows.|
|The purpose of this xCelerator is to enable Documentum workflows to be started automatically on time-driven conditions in a configurable manner.|
|This xCelerator allows application administrators (business process designers) to easily configure document processing. System users can make adjustments to the process, changing the document processing stages depending on the document type and user-entered data.|
|The PDF Form Reader xCelerator illustrates the benefits of xCP to easily implement a business process in organizations, thanks to reusable components. PDF Form Reader is able to read and extract data from Adobe PDF Forms. These data can be used to update the metadata of the document, or as process variables (which can be freely used/controlled/transformed/enriched during the rest of the process).|
|Simplifies chaining of processes and passing data between them, without the need for explicit mapping of attributes.|
|This xCelerator allows you to re-use existing PDF forms within an xCP process. More importantly, the data from the forms is extracted and intelligent routing decisions can be made. Essentially, the PDF form is no longer just another content file in the repository. With this xCelerator, you can make your PDF forms intelligent without having to write any custom code.|
|The StringUtils xCelerator provides a set of common string operations that you can leverage from within your process to match, truncate, trim or extract substrings from your process data. This is useful for example when extracting a case id from an incoming email.|
|The PropertyLookup xCelerator provides functionality to look up values for given keys stored in a plain property file in the repository.|
|The DQLUtils xCelerator provides the ability to run one or several read, execute and apply DQL queries in one activity with fully dynamic queries, including support for IN clauses, built up from a template, process parameters and process variables or entirely defined in either process parameters or process variables.|
|This collection is made up of 8 custom activity templates providing for example integration with xDB and Atmos.|
|The TweetImporter xCelerator provides an activity template that can search for and import tweets into the repository.|
|Predicate Utils xCelerator provides a number of comparison functions (such as comparing Boolean, Double, Date, and String) which you can use in your process.|
|This xCelerator provides users in SharePoint to access an xCP application in the form of a Documentum Inbox. To make this integration happen, we use the SharePoint Documentum Framework (SDF), which was developed by the EMC IIG Solutions Management Group (SMG).|
xAminer is a utility that generates detailed documentation of an xCP system. It extracts configuration information from a repository and presents it in an accessible report so that one can easily see what has been installed, configured and updated on that system.
|The BAM Aggregation xCelerator is a utility that simplifies the creation of custom reporting entities and filters required to optimize overall performance. This xCelerator allows developers to concentrate on the definition of database views for a custom report entity or insert select queries for custom aggregation.|
|DQL Editor||The DQL Editor gives xCP developers and Tech Support a convenient environment for working with DQL and reduces the development and maintenance time for xCP applications.|
|Deployment postInstall Script||This script provides a template that can be used to include missing group hierarchies and role memberships in a Composer project. It also includes functionality that helps maintain form instance relationships when forms are used for configuration information, such as with picklists.|
|BAM Cleanup Tools||BAM cleanup tools project gives customers and Tech Support a fast and convinient way to clean up old BAM data from docbase and database tables.|
|BAM Data Quality xCelerator||The BAM Data Quality xCelerator is a utility that checks for and recovers any data that is missing from the BAM database.|
|The BAM Administration Console is an UI web console that presents BAM configuration and metrics to the user.|
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