Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software, has announced that the company is continuing to deliver standardized connectors for leading repositories. The repository connectors are fully compliant with the Content Repository for Java Technology API standard (JSR 170). The latest of these interfaces is for EMC Documentum v5.X, creating greater interoperability and openness for the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendor.
The EMC Documentum connector is part of Day's Content Integration family of products that enable enterprises to access and manage all organizational content through a standardized API. This technology allows the implementation of content access, synchronization and consolidation, leveraging future-proof standardization, even if the content resides in data stores that do not provide a JCR compliant API.
Key JCR Features include: The ability to access (read) critical content, including metadata, users, groups and group memberships from the Documentum repository; access Control List (ACL) association to fulfill enterprise security requirements; perform a content search of the Documentum repository using the Xpath or SQL query language; and access to all content stored in the Documentum repository, or to a subset using repository views.
Operational Features include : Configurable content mapping from the connector to a Documentum repository; configurable repository views allowing a connector to access only a selected portion of a Documentum repository; parallel connector instances on multiple disjointed repository views; application access via JNDI, RMI or WebDAV; and single sign-on support.