To explore the Content Template Catalog libraries after installation, log in as an administrator and open the Web Content Management authoring portlet. Under Preferences, click Edit Shared Settings
. In the Library Selection, select and add the CTC libraries from the Available Libraries list to the Selected Libraries list. Click OK
. The CTC libraries now appear in the Library Explorer.
The following image demonstrates how you can customize the sample content, categories, and workflows for the templates in the CTC Content and CTC Process libraries and save them separately to avoid losing your changes when you install a new version of Content Template Catalog.
You should save modified and custom content in new libraries, not in the CTC libraries. The CTC libraries will be overwritten during upgrade, and so therefore should not be modified.
Additionally, you should save modified and custom content in separate libraries.
Parent topic: Content Template Catalog Assets
- You should save modified content in a separate content library.
- You should save modified authoring and presentation templates, as well as other components in a separate design library.
- You should save custom categories and workflow in a separate process library.
CTC Content library
The CTC Content library contains the microsites associated with the page templates. It also contains the content used in all of the pre-configured portlets, plus seed content used to populate new sections of a site created using Content Template Catalog page templates.
CTC Demo library
The CTC Demo library contains the components for the Content Template Catalog demonstration site.
CTC Design library
The CTC Design library contains all the design assets of CTC – authoring templates, presentation templates, and components.
CTC Process library
The CTC Process library contains categories and workflows. To match your organization's profiling and change management strategies, you must modify and add categories and workflows.