Open Text Corporation introduced the Livelink ECM Platform, a secure, integrated framework that combines a shared content repository with user, content, and process services in a service-oriented architecture (SOA). The Livelink ECM Platform marks the completion of Open Text’s integration of Livelink with the content archive from IXOS Software, which Open Text acquired last year.
Open Text Corporation also said it will support the emerging Java standard governing content integration called Java Specification Request (JSR) 170. For Open Text customers, support of the standard will mean more options for corporate-wide access to all information, no matter where it resides. Open Text will support JSR 170 as part of its just announced Livelink ECM Platform, a secure, integrated framework that combines a shared content repository with software “services” in a service-oriented architecture (SOA). The software services include content services which offer a single point of access to content, either in an Open Text repository or other systems. The addition of JSR 170 support will extend the reach of the Livelink ECM Platform to all repositories that provide a standard JSR 170 connector. Open Text will join the expert group working on future versions of the specification. To find out more about JSR 170, including a description of the specification and its current development stage, visit the specification page at http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=170, http://www.opentext.com