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SAP Portal Site Management by OpenText: Update Web Content for SAP NetWeaver Portal

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  • Find out how the SAP Portal Site Management application by OpenText allows your employees to add content to an existing Web page and translate Web content to another language while leveraging familiar desktop software.

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  • SAP Portal Site Management by OpenText. Update Web Content for SAP NetWeaver Portal.
  • This demonstration shows how the SAP Portal Site Management application by OpenText lets your employees add content to an existing Web page,
  • and translate Web content to another language while leveraging familiar desktop software.
  • Add content to an existing Web page. Linda Martin is a Web content editor for ITelO, a company that uses SAP Portal Site Management with the SAP NetWeaver Portal component.
  • She wants to add a link into an existing Web page about procurement logistics. Linda logs into the portal's home page and chooses the tab for Procurement and Logistics.
  • She scrolls down and notices the Dynamic Transportation application embedded in the portal. She now clicks the Smart Edit button to start editing the page.
  • The red dots show areas on the page that can be edited. Linda chooses to edit the logistics management links section and then chooses the edit link list option.
  • There, she has options to connect an existing page, add a URL, create a new page, and so on. She wants to connect to an existing page, so she selects the top option.
  • Using the search page option, she enters the words "Procurement Logistics" to search for a page. The search brings up two choices and she picks the second option, which is the page she wants to add.
  • The page is added automatically to the main link list. She wants to publish the page, so she right clicks on the link and chooses "publish page" from the menu.
  • Now Linda wants to check to make sure that the link has been published.
  • She goes back to the portal page, refreshes the view, and sees the link to the "Procurement Logistics" page on the right-hand side.
  • Translate Web content to another language. Nancy Brown is a Web content editor and translator of HR intranet pages at ITelO.
  • She wants to edit the service center page and make the changes available in English and in German. On the HR service center page, she clicks the SmartEdit button to open the page for editing.
  • The editing environment comes up and she clicks the red dot next to "Open Article List."
  • Nancy wants to add a line below the title, "Employee Services," so she clicks the red dot next to "Edit description."
  • The red brackets around "Edit description" indicate that this is the section to be edited.
  • In the text editor, she chooses "normal" black text, and adds a new line that says, "Your HR information center- accessible 24 x 7." She clicks "ok" to save and close the text editor.
  • With a right-mouse click, she opens the shortcut menu and selects "submit to workflow."
  • In this demo, the workflow was defined to automatically publish the changes immediately and to create a new translation "work item" in the translator's inbox.
  • Nancy opens the "Task" tab to start work on the translation.
  • To display the item she needs to translate, she changes the target language by clicking on "Select language" and choosing Deutsch − German − from the drop-down list.
  • Now she clicks "Translate from English to Deutsch" to display the translation work items and chooses the first item. An editing interface appears in the window at the lower right.
  • Nancy clicks the red dot with the flag next to the words, beschreibung bearbeiten, which means "edit description," and the split screen for translation opens.
  • In the upper part, she sees the English version with the changes highlighted, so she knows exactly which parts have to be edited.
  • In the lower part, she sees the German version, which currently just contains the heading. She adds the translation of the new sentence here and clicks "ok."
  • Next, she right clicks to open the shortcut menu so she can submit the German version to the workflow. She closes the editor and goes back to the portal.
  • She reloads the page and sees the new sentence on the English page. To check if the German version also is displayed correctly, she changes the portal language to German and refreshes the view.
  • Then, she navigates back to the HR Service Center page and sees the translated sentence. As you have seen, SAP Portal Site Management lets your employees
  • add content to an existing Web page and translate Web content to another language while leveraging familiar desktop software.
  • With SAP Portal Site Management you can enhance your investment in SAP NetWeaver Portal with integrated, Web content management, improve time to market by streamlining content creation and distribution,
  • provide faster access to required content and support collaboration, further your competitive advantage through quick, efficient knowledge transfer,
  • and simplify the infrastructure by incorporating Web content management into SAP NetWeaver Portal.