ADMINISTERING A PUBLICATION ENVIRONMENT in Microsoft Excel

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CHAPTER 6 ADMINISTERING A PUBLICATION ENVIRONMENT
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Before you set up the channel hierarchy and organize the workspace, you should be aware of MCMS naming conventions: Each channel must have a unique name. URLs (names of channels and resources) can only contain US-ASCII characters and templates can only contain alphanumeric characters, spaces, and the following symbols: -, _, (, ), . Do not use #, &, %, +, /, or | characters in a channel name. MCMS reserves the characters NR (root virtual directory). Do not name a channel NR. Do not use spaces in channel names (spaces are converted to the plus sign [+]). Channel names must be fewer than 100 characters in length. Do not save a page with the .htm extension (MCMS automatically adds the .htm extension).
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Task 6-6. Naming/Describing Channels
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1. Launch Site Manager, and log on as channel manager. 2. Select the Channel icon to display channel hierarchy. 3. Use the channel hierarchy to locate where the channel is to be created. 4. Select the location for new channel, right-click, and select New Channel. 5. Set the following options in the New Channel dialog box: Name (component of URL for this new channel and its subchannels) Display Name (meaningful title for the new channel) Description (maximum 255 characters) Use Name (use channel name as Display Name)
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After naming and describing the new channel, assign rights to it. When you assign rights groups to a channel, you give users permission to access that channel via a browser.
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Note A newly created channel inherits the parent channel s rights groups.
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CHAPTER 6 ADMINISTERING A PUBLICATION ENVIRONMENT
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Task 6-7. Assigning Rights Groups to Channels
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1. Launch Site Manager and log on as channel manager. 2. Select the Channel icon to display the channel hierarchy. 3. Right-click your new channel and select Properties. 4. On the Rights tab, select Modify. 5. Next to Look in, select the user role from the drop-down list in the Select User Rights for Your New Channel dialog box. 6. Select the desired rights group and choose Add. Alternatively, select Add Parent s Rights to assign the same rights groups as parent. 7. Select OK to save changes. 8. Exit Site Manager.
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Managing Channels
You edit certain channel properties by setting them in the Site Manager. These properties include Important Channel, Hide When Published, Web Robots Can Crawl Links, and Web Robots Can Index This Channel s Navigation.
Task 6-8. Modifying Channel Options
1. Launch Site Manager and log on as channel manager. 2. Select the Channel icon to display the channel hierarchy. 3. Right-click your new channel and select Properties. 4. Select the Publishing tab. 5. Set options as desired on the Publishing tab: Important Channel (mark channel as important) Hide When Published (hide content when published) Web Robots Can Crawl Links (allow full-text searches using Internet search engines) Web Robots Can Index This Channel s Navigation (allow content to be indexed by Internet search engines) 6. Select OK to save changes. 7. Exit Site Manager.
CHAPTER 6 ADMINISTERING A PUBLICATION ENVIRONMENT
You edit the publishing schedule by changing Start and Stop publishing dates.
Task 6-9. Modifying the Publication Schedule
1. Launch Site Manager and log on as channel manager. 2. Select the Channel icon to display the channel hierarchy. 3. Right-click the channel to edit and select Properties. 4. Select the Publishing tab. 5. In the Lifetime section, select Set. 6. Set options in the Start Publishing section: Immediately (allow subscriber to view content immediately) On Select (specify date and time that publishing begins) 7. Set options in the Stop Publishing section: Never Stop Publishing (allow subscribers to view content permanently) Interval (specify time after which channel will expire relative to the Start Publishing date) On (specify date and time after which content will be unavailable for viewing) 8. Select OK to save changes. 9. Exit Site Manager.
You edit channel rendering properties by specifying the default page, and identifying any scripts MCMS runs to process and render content.
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