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Adding a custom service in Correspondence Management Solution

- Mayank Gupta, Computer Scientist @ Adobe

Steps to add a custom service in Correspondence Management solution are as follows:

  1. The implementation for this user story involves code changes and rebuilt. So, one is required to setup the development environment via steps mentioned @ Setting up development environment.
  2. Add your sample custom service interface and implementation class in the CorrespondenceManagementSolutionTemplate/Services project for example @ com.adobe.icc package in the source code. See the sample @ http://blogs.adobe.com/LiveCycleHelp/files/2012/06/SampleCustomService1.zip.
  3. Now define your service as a spring bean. For this, add the following entry in your CorrespondenceManagementSolutionTemplate\Services\resources\META-INF\spring\cm\adobe-cm-spring-config.xml file:
    <bean id=”sampleCustomService” class=”com.adobe.icc.SampleCustomServiceImpl” />
  4. Now expose your spring bean as a osgi-service. For this, add the following entry in your CorrespondenceManagementSolutionTemplate\Services\resources\META-INF\spring\osgi-context.xml file:
    <bp:service interface=”com.adobe.icc.SampleCustomService” ref=”sampleCustomService” >
    <bp:service-properties><entry key=”connectors.httpinvoker” value=”true” />
    <entry key=”connectors.httpinvoker.alias” value=”/sampleCustomService” />
    <entry key=”connectors.remoting” value=”true” />
    <entry key=”connectors.remoting.id” value=”sampleCustomService” />
    </bp:service-properties>
    </bp:service>
  5. Rebuild and redeploy the Solution template to view the changes. For information on rebuilding and redeploying, see Building and deploying the Solution Template.

 

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Removing Sample Data and Users from Correspondence Management Solution

- Mayank Gupta, Computer Scientist at Adobe

 

Adobe LiveCycle Correspondence Management Solution provides some sample collateral and creates some sample users so that developers can start using the application and make use of these samples to know about and learn the product capabilities. It is highly recommended to remove these sample assets and sample users when the solution is deployed on to a production server.

Steps to remove sample assets and sample users:

  1. Removing sample assets by uninstalling them from package manager:
    • Go to http://[hostname:port]/lc/crx (on author instance)
    • Login as admin
    • Click Package Manager
    • Click on Package with name “cm-sampleassets.zip”
    • Click More dropdown in action bar (This action bar has other actions like Edit Build etc.,. , More option is in the right most area of this bar)
    • Click Uninstall
    • Click Uninstall again on confirmation dialog
    • Wait for sometime till you see a message like “Package uninstalled in <some>ms” in the Activity Log
    • Now if you log on to CM Manage Assets UI , you will not see any sample assets. If you are still seeing them then restart the server.
  2. Removing sample users from CRX user administration:
    • Go to http://[hostname:port]/lc/crx (on author instance)
    • Login as admin
    • Click User Administration.
    • Note: Correspondence Management creates Todd Goldman (tgoldman), Caleb Lopez (clopez), Gloria Rios (grios), Frank Kricfalusi (fkricfalusi), Jocelyn Robinson (jrobinson), and Heather Douglas (hdouglas) as the sample users.
    • In the user administration dialog , Navigate to each of these users and click Remove user. Now you cannot log in to the Manage Assets UI with any of the above usernames.

Follow the steps mentioned above in 2 and remove sample users from publish instance as well. There is no need to uninstall sample assets from publish instance as they are installed on author instance only.

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Integrated Content Review user scenarios

The Integrated Content Review solution enables enterprises to streamline the planning, creation, review, approval, and archiving of assets used in digital marketing campaigns. The solution includes a solution interface and the Adobe Creative Suite Task List Extension for Integrated Content Review.

Using the solution interface, you can manage assets through creation, review, and approval workflows. The Creative Suite Task List extension lets creative professionals submit artifacts for review and receive comments and approval from right within Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.

The infographic below captures the ICR workflow and user scenarios, together with the roles/personas involved at each step. (Click the image to view it full-size).

For descriptions of ICR roles/personas and user scenarios, see this chapter in the Integrated Content Review 10.0 Solution Guide.

For further information, you can refer to the following resources:

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