This sections describes the advantages and disadvantages of using CCM versus the existing or new FileNet instance.
- Includes the embedded FileNet Social Content Engine.
- Has capabilities of integrated basic document management with social comments, tagging, rating, download counts, likes.
- User-provisioning of FileNet Library is supported.
- Multi-level folders are allowed, including check in, check out, and major version control.
- Activity stream support is available.
- Supports Basic route for approval workflows.
Does not include the full use of these ECM FileNet features, tools, and add-ons:
- FileNet Content Manager
- Content Navigator and Navigator for Microsoft Office (NMO)
- FileNet Clients
- Workplace and Workplace XT
- SharePoint WebParts
- FileNet Integration with Microsoft Office (FIMO)
- Retention Management by Document Class
- ECM Collaboration Services APIs within the context of the Connections UI only.
- No custom integration/application development.
- Full use of Content Navigator APIs is not supported.
- Full use of ECM Collaboration Services APIs is not supported.
- Full use of ECM Supported APIs is not supported.
- Full use of CMIS APIs is not supported.
Capabilities allowed with additional ECM purchases
With CCM, no ECM add-on functions allowed unless the customer has full license to FileNet P8 or Connections Enterprise Content Edition (CECE).
: All ECM portfolio add-ons are supported by an existing or New FileNet instance such as Compliance, Governance, Content Archiving, eDiscovery, Records Management, Legal Holds, Content Analytics, Case Management, and Image and Document Capture.