I currently work for Capgemini, where I work as a Senior ECM Consultant supporting OpenText solutions & projects.
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Content Server, formerly known as Livelink, is a database driven web-based Enterprise Information Management solution from Canadian company OpenText, who are the current market leaders in this field. I began using Livelink about 15 years ago as an Administrator / Developer. Over that time I have written and collected various useful items that I present here on this website with the hope that others may find them helpful and also contribute their own content to expand this collection.
I am a Livelink Certified Developer (with Distinction) and have experience of most Livelink modules - especially Workflow, WebReports & WebLingo - as well as wide exposure to other web related technologies which I use to further enhance the solutions that I work with. Other contributors to this site bring their own skillsets and experience.
At LiveLinkUp Phoenix in 2006, I was selected as one of a handful of ECM Champions as part of the OpenText Global Star programme, now called Elite, program. In 2007 I was lucky enough to be awarded this accolade for the second year running, which given that the ECM Champion program is only a few years old and only ten are awarded each year is a wonderful honour.
In July 2009, I was in the first batch of people to be invited to the "OpenText MCP - Implementer" course looking at how Livelink can be used to enhance a companies existing Sharepoint offering using the OpenText Suite for Microsoft.
This site is constantly being expanded by myself and others who add content in the various different sections of the site - see the ticker at the top for the latest additions. The newest sections concern OScript Snippets, WebLingo - including a tutorial - and the Dr. LAPI sections. Any help in adding content to this site is appreciated. Before using any of the items in this section, please read the site disclaimer and follow the suggested guidelines.