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3 Contents About this book 5 Audience... 5 Organization... 5 Typographical conventions Getting started 7 Useful terms... 7 Channel... 7 Program... 7 Content... 7 Block and Column... 8 Accessing the portal site... 8 Navigating within the site... 8 Registering with the portal... 9 Signing into the portal Changing your profile Personal Details Password Settings Setting up single sign-on Personalizing the Site 13 Customizing the portal Customizing page content Customizing the page layout Customizing the colors Customizing the tabs Configuring blocks and topics Setting shortcuts Alerts 17 Alerts and messages Setting up and editing alerts The Alerts Inbox Working with microsites 19 What is a microsite? Setting up a microsite User Guide 3
4 Contents Microsite overview Using microsites Common member activities Create new microsite content Edit microsite content Delete microsite content Notify Set read access groups on microsite content Common owner activities Create microsite discussion groups Moderate discussions Update microsite participants Update microsite groups Edit or close microsite Add or delete microsite programs Update microsite phases...22 Tasks Using the task inbox Setting task reminders Delegating tasks Performing tasks Publishing 25 Publishing Editorials Publishing Advertisements Publishing URLs Publishing Products BroadVision, Inc.
5 About this book Portal websites offer users numerous ways to access and arrange information. With a BroadVision Portal site, you can arrange pages to suit your personal taste and information needs as well as those of your coworkers and clients. This book explains how to use and configure a BroadVision Portal site. Audience This book provides information for these audiences: Customers of companies that use BroadVision Portal. Employees of companies that use BroadVision Portal. Organization This book is organized as follows: Chapter 1, Getting started, gets you started with the basic operations of a Portal website. Chapter 2, Personalizing the Site, describes how to alter the appearance of a Portal site to suit your own needs and tastes. Chapter 3, Alerts, describes how to set alerts and receive other communications from a Portal site. Chapter 4, Working with microsites, describes how to create, use, and manage microsites. Chapter 5, Publishing, describes how to publish editorials, advertisements, URLs, and programs on a Portal site. Typographical conventions This book incorporates the following typographical conventions: Sample code, commands, filenames, and directory names are shown in monospace font: /tmp/msgs User Guide 5
6 About this book Typographical conventions Variables for which you must provide information are shown in italic monospace font: Significant items in code listings are shown in bold monospace font: <init-param> <param-name>serverurl</param-name> New terms and important words are shown in italics. NOTE: This lead-in calls out helpful information that is related to but distinct from the main topic. TIP: This lead-in calls out additional details, alternative methods, hints, shortcuts, and related information about the main topic. IMPORTANT: This lead-in calls out situations that can prevent the system from running and how you can avoid them. 6 BroadVision, Inc.
7 1 Getting started This chapter will get you started using a BroadVision Portal site. Useful terms Area-specific terms are described in their individual chapters, but these general items are useful to know about before reading the rest of this book. Channel Channels organize areas of information into navigation hierarchies, and can be either topic-oriented or process-oriented. Channels within channels are sometimes called subchannels and have the same qualities as their parent channels. The term channel is based on a broadcast television metaphor, correlating to networks on a television. To find content on a particular subject or of a particular type, you turn to different channels. Similarly, the channels in a portal are a way of dividing the site into different areas. Program Continuing the broadcast television metaphor, programs are blocks of information carried by channels. When viewing a channel, you have choices of different programs or of different subchannels with programs of their own. Programs contain articles, documents, or other information. Content The term content refers to the individual items carried by programs. Content may be made up of articles, documents, images, or other information types. User Guide 7
8 Chapter 1 Getting started Accessing the portal site Block and Column Blocks and Columns are used to organize information on your home page. Once you have signed into a Portal site, you can change the arrangement of blocks and columns to suit your own needs. All blocks can be moved except the Search and Navigation blocks, which are always in the first column of the page. A block is a section of information about a particular topic or topics, usually arranged within a graphical box. These blocks are arranged into columns on the screen. Accessing the portal site Enter the address of your portal site in the location bar of a browser program and press ENTER. If you do not have the address, your web administrator can provide it to you. See the Portal Installation Guide to learn more about portal addresses. Navigating within the site Most Portal sites have an appearance similar to the C3 sample portal in the picture below. The Portal administrator for your portal may have made changes to the template, but this diagram shows the basic structure. This book describes portal navigation in terms of the C3 foundation application.if your Portal administrator has made significant changes to the appearance of your company portal, some descriptions will not match what you see on your screen. 8 BroadVision, Inc.
9 Chapter 1 Getting started Registering with the portal Personal Utility Menu Column Block As with most websites, click the words or images that are linked to the information you want to view in order to navigate around the portal site. The rest of this chapter describes some of the basic operations on a portal site. Registering with the portal If your portal administrator has given you a sign-in ID (a username and a password), you do not need to register. If you do not have a sign-in ID, then you need to register before you can use all of the Portal site s functions. To register with the portal 1. Display the home page of the portal and click Sign in, which is in the upper right corner of the page. 2. Click Register. User Guide 9
10 Chapter 1 Getting started Signing into the portal 3. Create a username and password, and enter them in the appropriate boxes of the registration form. 4. Enter your first and last names in the appropriate boxes. You may enter your address in the address box, but this may not be required. Click Submit. After completing the registration process, the home page of the site appears. NOTE: Administrators can change the requirements for registration, so the Portal site you are working with may have other requirements to register a username and password. Be sure to read the instructions on the registration page. Signing into the portal To sign in 1. Click sign in. It is in the upper right corner of the page. 2. Enter your username and password. Optionally, you may check the remember my sign-in ID box. to be logged in automatically when you visit the site in the future. 3. Click Sign in. Changing your profile In the my profile area of the portal site, you have three options: Personal Details, Password Settings, and Single Sign-on. These options are described below. Personal Details Under Personal Details, you can enter as much or as little information about yourself as you wish. Entering more information is more useful to the company that runs the site and enables them to serve you better. To change your personal details 1. Sign into the site. 2. Click my profile. 3. Select Personal Details. 4. Add or change information. 5. Click Save. 10 BroadVision, Inc.
11 Chapter 1 Getting started Changing your profile Password Settings Changing your password regularly is a good practice. To change your password 1. Sign into the site. 2. Click my profile. 3. Select Password Settings from the My Profile Menu. 4. Fill in the form with your old password and the password you want to change it to. 5. Click Save. Setting up single sign-on Administrators can configure a portal site to include access to other websites that have a separate authentication (sign-on and password) barrier. BroadVision Portal includes single sign-on, a feature that allows you to access other sites seamlessly from the portal site. This feature facilitates the aggregation of the many websites that an enterprise might have. You can sign in to the portal site and configure your profile to include the sign-in IDs you use for other sites. Portal uses the single sign-on information in your profile to provide access to remote websites without you having to enter your sign-in IDs for those sites. Portal administrators define the sites that visitors can configure for single sign-on access. To set up a single sign-on profile 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Click my profile. 3. Select Single sign-on from the My Profile menu. 4. Click Create new. 5. Choose one of the sites from the drop-down menu. 6. Enter the site name you wish to be displayed on the Single sign-on page in the Site name box. 7. Enter your sign-in ID and password in the appropriate boxes. 8. Confirm your password. 9. Click Save. To edit a single sign-on profile 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Click my profile. User Guide 11
12 Chapter 1 Getting started Changing your profile 3. Select Single sign-on from the My Profile menu. 4. Click Edit for the single sign-on profile you wish to change. 5. Change the name, sign-in ID, or password. 6. Click Save. 12 BroadVision, Inc.
13 2 Personalizing the Site Read this chapter to learn how to change the site so it is more efficient and aesthetically pleasing for you. Customizing the portal Portal sites allow a great deal of customization if your site administrator has granted you customizing privileges. You may have some or all of the following customization options enabled. Click customize in the upper right corner of the site to get started. Customizing page content The Customize Content page allows you to specify which kinds of content are displayed on your home page when you log in. To customize home page content 1. Sign into the site. 2. Click customize. The Customize Page Blocks page appears. 3. Put checkmarks in the boxes which correspond to blocks you want to see displayed. 4. Uncheck boxes for blocks you do not want to see displayed. 5. Click Save. You can reset to the default content settings by clicking Reset to default. Customizing the page layout The Customize Layout page allows you to change the columns in which content blocks appear. User Guide 13
14 Chapter 2 Personalizing the Site Customizing the portal To customize layout 1. Sign into the site. 2. Click Customize. 3. Click Layout. 4. To move a block, highlight it by clicking on it and click on the arrow button that points toward the column you wish to move it into. 5. To move a block more than one column over, move it one column at a time. 6. Click Save. You can reset to the default layout by clicking Reset to default. Customizing the colors Portal sites allow for a wide range of color options. To change the color scheme 1. Select the item whose color you wish to change. 2. Hover the mouse over the colors and look at the example boxes to see how they look. 3. To lock a color, click on it. 4. When you are satisfied with all the colors, click Save. You can reset to the default colors by clicking Reset to default. Customizing the tabs The Customize Tabs page allows you to change the arrangement of tabs in your view of the portal site. To customize tab display 1. Sign into the site. 2. Click Customize. 3. Click Tabs. 4. Move tabs between the Selected tabs menu and the Available tabs menu by clicking on a tab name and then clicking the appropriate arrow button. Tabs with an asterisk next to their name cannot be removed from the Current tabs menu. 5. When you are satisfied with your selections, click Save. 14 BroadVision, Inc.
15 You can reset to the default tab settings by clicking Reset to default. Chapter 2 Personalizing the Site Configuring blocks and topics NOTE: Whichever tab you set as your home will be the page you view after signing in to the portal. To set a particular tab as your home, click on it, then click Set page as home. Configuring blocks and topics The blocks on your home page can be heavily customized, both in terms of what blocks are displayed and what is displayed in them. To configure a block on your home page 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Click the Configure icon in the upper right corner of the block you wish to configure. 3. The Select Programs page appears. Move programs between the Displayed Programs list and the Available Programs list by clicking the program name and then clicking the appropriate arrow button to move it. 4. Click Save. To change the number of items per program 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Click the Configure icon in the upper right corner of the block you wish to configure. 3. Select Items per Program from the Configure Block menu. The Items per Program page appears. 4. Specify the number of icontent tems to display for each program. 5. sclick Save. Setting shortcuts Another useful way to customize the portal site is with shortcuts. Shortcuts are similar to bookmarks in that they allow you to quickly access pages in any area of the site using a simple menu. To add a channel, program, or content item to your collection of shortcuts 1. While viewing the channel, program, or content item, click Add Shortcut in the upper right hand corner of the block or page. To access a shortcut 1. Sign into the portal site. User Guide 15
16 Chapter 2 Personalizing the Site Setting shortcuts 2. Select a type of shortcut from the shortcut drop-down menu and click Go. A list of shortcuts appears. 3. Click the link for a shortcut to view that channel, program, or content item. 16 BroadVision, Inc.
17 3 Alerts Alerts and messages A Portal site facilitates communication between users in two ways: alerts and messages. Alerts are automated messages sent by the site to users who have registered to receive them. These alerts can inform the user about a variety of events, from a particular stock reaching a particular price to a new article about health care being published on the site. messages are sent by Portal administrators to users of a portal site, as announcements and marketing tools. Some portal sites offer users the option of choosing not to receive messages. Setting up and editing alerts When navigating a portal site, users see alert-related links on both channel and program pages near the top of the window. If you are viewing a program or channel for which you have set an alert, you see a Remove Alert button. If you have not selected to be alerted about the program or channel, you see a Set Alert button. Alerts can be sent to you by , or you can elect to receive them only in your alerts inbox on the portal site. To choose which option you prefer, go to your profile and click Personal Details. There, you can update your address and select whether to receive alerts by by checking or unchecking the box for Receive alerts. To set an alert 1. Navigate to the program or channel for which you want to set an alert. 2. Click the Set alert button next to the program or channel. The Alerts Inbox If you have set up alerts to notify you of changes to the portal site, those alerts will be delivered to you either through or in your alerts inbox on the portal site. User Guide 17
18 Chapter 3 Alerts Alerts and messages To check your alerts inbox 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Click My Inbox in the upper right-hand corner of the page. 3. Choose a type of alert to view. 4. Click the title of any alert to display its content. 18 BroadVision, Inc.
19 4 Working with microsites What is a microsite? Microsites are private areas of a portal website that are created, administered, and used by visitors. A microsite might be created to share information, facilitate tasks, or enhance project collaboration. Microsites can be created only by visitors who have been given microsite creation privileges by the portal administrator and can be accessed only by visitors who have been invited to participate by the microsite creator. The two types of microsite offered to Portal users are Projects and Communities. Project microsites facilitate or enhance collaboration on a project and include phases of the project. Community microsites facilitate information sharing, and do not include phases. Microsites are similar, but not identical, to collaboration spaces. Collaboration spaces are found in websites that use the BroadVision Process add-on. For more information, see the BroadVision Process User Guide. Setting up a microsite You must be signed into the portal and have the correct permissions in order to create a microsite. Permissions are set by portal administrators. If you are not sure whether you have permission to create microsites or if you want to have that permission granted, see your portal administrator. To create a new microsite 1. Decide on the kind of microsite to create (Community or Project). 2. Using the Microsites drop-down menu on your home page, go to the index of the type of microsite you wish to create. Select Communities or Projects and then click Go. 3. Click Create new. This starts the microsite creation wizard. 4. Enter the basic details for your microsite on the Step 1 page. You must enter at least a name, but it is also advisable to enter a URL link name. The URL link name will be used to create a permanent address for your microsite. User Guide 19
20 Chapter 4 Working with microsites Microsite overview 5. Click Next. 6. Enter phases for your microsite on the Step 2 page. If you are creating a Community microsite, this step does not appear, and you go straight to the participants step. 7. The Step 3 page (or Step 2 page if you are creating a community microsite) allows you to set participants for your microsite. Only the people you add as participants will be able to access the microsite. To add more participants, click Find more userparticipants. To set a contact person for the group, check the box in the Contact column next to their name. 8. Click Next 9. The final page allows you to check all the settings and information for your microsite. If you are not satisfied, use either the Back button or the Microsite Menu on the left side of the wizard screen to go back to the appropriate step and make changes. If you are satisfied with your settings and information, click Finish. 10. Click Finish. Your microsite is now ready for use and can be accessed by any participant after they have logged in. Microsite overview Microsites allow participants many different ways to share, track, and organize information and interact with each other. Below is a summary of microsite functions. Microsite Area Function Home Get quick access to commonly-used items. Overview View basic microsite information. Announcements Read or create announcements. Checklists Organize and track tasks. Discussions Post and reply to messages for group discussion. Documents Share documents with other participants. Meetings To-do s Programs Contacts Participants Groups Phases Summary Plan and announce meetings. Track individual tasks to be completed. Follow links to useful programs on the portal site. See the contact people for the microsite.. View and manage microsite participants. Divide microsite participants into access groups.. Track the phases of a project. (only in Project microsites.) View pending tasks, meetings, and checklists. 20 BroadVision, Inc.
21 Chapter 4 Working with microsites Using microsites Using microsites There are two participant types for a microsite. The owner is the participant who created the microsite or who has had ownership assigned to them. Members are participants who can access the microsite but who do not have owner privileges. Common member activities Create new microsite content Participants can create new items in any area of a microsite by clicking Create new in that area s block on the Home page or at the top of that area s main page. Edit microsite content Items that a participant has permission to edit will have an Edit icon under Actions. Clicking that icon allows the participant to edit the item. Items that can be edited include tasks, checklists, and documents. Delete microsite content Items that a participant has permission to delete will have a trash icon under Actions for that item. Clicking the trash can deletes the item. Notify Meetings include a Notify icon under Actions. Click this icon to open the Notify wizard, which lets participants send notifications about a meeting to other paticipants. Set read access groups on microsite content Some items, such as announcements or meetings, can be limited to certain participant groups. When creating a new document or other item, participants are asked to set read access groups for the item. If Public is selected from the menu, the item will be visible to all participants in the microsite. If one or more of the other groups listed are chosen, the item will be visible only to participants in those groups, and will not appear on the microsite for other participant groups. Common owner activities Create microsite discussion groups Microsite owners have the ability to create discussion groups in the Discussions area. User Guide 21
22 Chapter 4 Working with microsites Using microsites To create a new discussion group 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Use the microsites menu on the Home page to access the microsite you wish to edit. 3. Click Create new in the Discussions block. 4. On the Create new discussion page, choose a name for the new group and select the participant groups that may view and post in it. 5. Click Save. Moderate discussions Microsite owners can moderate Discussions by deactivating certain posts. To deactivate a post so that it no longer appears to microsite participants, click the activate icon. When the circle is white, the discussion is inactive. When it is black, the discussion is active. Update microsite participants Owners can add, edit, or delete participants on the Participants page of the microsite. Update microsite groups Owners can add, edit, or delete groups on the Groups page of the microsite. Edit or close microsite Owners can edit the microsite s details from the Overview page. To close the microsite, view the Summary page and click Close microsite. In project microsites, the Close microsite button remains disabled until the final phase is completed. Add or delete microsite programs Owners can add or delete programs on the Programs page. Update microsite phases Owners can manage phases from the Phases page. Tasks Microsites allow tasks to be assigned to both groups and to individual microsite participants. The microsite can then be used to track a task through to completion. 22 BroadVision, Inc.
23 Chapter 4 Working with microsites Using microsites Using the task inbox Your Task inbox is a block that appears on your home page and contains links to task instructions. It is available to both microsite owners and microsite members. The nature of the task determines the area of the inbox in which you can find the link. The areas of the task inbox are determined by your site adnimistrator. Setting task reminders While you view tasks, you can set task reminders for tasks assigned to you. Task reminders forward alerts to your Alert inbox. Set a task reminder as a relative time (the number of days and number of hours before the due date). This alert lets you know that you need to complete the task. You can change the date of a task reminder as often as you like. You cannot set reminders for tasks assigned to a group to which you belong.. In the Task inbox, the icon in the bell column indicates whether you have set a reminder message for a task. A colored bell indicates that you have set a reminder message; a black and white bell indicates that you have not. To set a reminder message 1. In the Task inbox, click the bell icon for the task for which you want to set the reminder to display the Task reminder detail page. 2. If necessary, change the date that the reminder message will be forwarded to your Alert inbox. 3. Click Set reminder. Delegating tasks If you are unable to handle new tasks, you can delegate your future tasks to another participant. For example, if you are going to be on vacation for a week, you can set up a delegation for your new tasks to go to another participant for that week. You cannot delegate your collaboration tasks. A task delegation is in effect for a time period that you specify. If a delegation is not yet in effect, you can change or delete it. If a delegation is in effect, you can stop it or change the end date. Though you can change a delegation that is in effect, you cannot change its start date or the participant to whom to delegate your tasks. When the time period for a delegation passes, the delegation is automatically deleted. Portal administrators can use the BroadVision Management Center to delegate your future process tasks to another participant. They can also reassign the tasks that currently appear in your task inbox to one or more participants. Task reassignment deletes tasks from your task inbox and adds them to the inbox of another participant. For more information about task reassignment, see the BroadvVision Portal Administrator Guide. To delegate your tasks to another participant 1. In the Task inbox, click Manage delegations to display the My Delegations page with your delegations to others and the delegations from others to you. User Guide 23
24 Chapter 4 Working with microsites Using microsites 2. Click Add new delegation. The Add New Delegation page appears. An asterisk (*) indicates a field that must have data. 3. Fill in the fields and click Save. To change a task delegation 1. In the Task inbox, click Manage delegations to display the My Delegations page with your delegations to others and the delegations from others to you. 2. For your delegations to others, click the Edit action button for the participant. The Edit Delegation page appears. If the delegation is not yet in effect, you can change the start date of the delegation. You can change the end date of the delegation. You can change the reason for the delegation. If the delegation is not yet in effect, you can change the participant to whom to delegate your tasks. To stop or delete a task delegation 1. In the Task inbox, click Manage delegations to display the My Delegations page with your delegations to others and delegations from others to you. 2. For your delegations to others, click the Stop or the Delete action button for the participant. A message appears asking whether you are sure that you want to stop or delete the delegation. 3. Click OK. Performing tasks After you view a task, you can take action to perform the task work. This action can involve online work such as setting up or closing a collaboration space or entering data into a form. The action can also involve following task instructions, such as investigating an issue. When you finish a task, the task message is automatically deleted from your task inbox. To perform a task 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Click on the task title in your Task inbox. 3. Click Start Task. 4. Follow the prompts to complete the task. 24 BroadVision, Inc.
25 5 Publishing Portal sites support publishing four kinds of content: editorials, advertisements, URLs, and products. This chapter will explain the process for each type. Note: You must have permission to publish in a given category before you can publish. Consult your Portaladministrator to set up publishing permissions. Publishing Editorials If you have permission to publish an editorial in the channel or program you are viewing, you will see a Publish link in the upper right corner of the channel or program. Click this link to display the Editorial Publishing Form. Fill in the boxes to publish your editorial. To publish an editorial 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Navigate to the channel or program in which you wish to publish. 3. Click Publish. 4. On the Editiral Publishing form, enter the data for your editorial. The Content Source drop-down list offers two options: An editorial from a DB Column is entered directly into the Local Content text box and stored in the database. An editorial from an External File has been written in another program (such as a text editor) and saved as a file on your computer, and must be uploaded using the File containing the text box. Click Browse to navigate to the file. 5. Click Save. 6. On the Select Qualifier Values page, select Topics of Interest, Customer Types, Languages, and Employee Roles associated with your editorial. NOTE: Qualifier values determine which visitors will be able to view your editorial. Any qualifier values you select allow visitors with that same qualifier value set to read the editorial.to select more than one qualifer in a box, hold down the Control button on your keyboard while clicking. 7. Click Save and continue. User Guide 25
26 Chapter 5 Publishing Publishing Advertisements 8. On the Add Related Items page, you may add links to related editorials elsewhere on the portal site. Enter the path to the article into the box, or click Browse to browse through lists of the site content. After each selection, click Add. 9. Click Save to complete the publishing process. Publishing Advertisements If you have permission to publish an advertisement in the program you are viewing, you will see a Publish link in the upper right-hand corner of the advertising block. To publish an advertisement 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Navigate to an advertisement in the program within which you want to publish. 3. Click Publish. 4. On the Advertisement Publishing form, enter the data for your advertisement. 5. Click Save and continue. 6. On the Select Qualifier Values page, select topics of interest, customer types, languages, and employee roles associated with your advertisement. NOTE: Qualifier values determine which visitors will be able to view your editorial. Any qualifier values you select allow visitors with that same qualifier value set to read the editorial.to select more than one qualifer in a box, hold down the Control button on your keyboard while clicking. 7. Click Save and finish to complete the publishing process. Publishing URLs If you have permission to publish a URL in the program you are viewing, you will see a Publish link in the upper right corner of an existing URL block. To publish a URL 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Navigate to an existing URL in the program you wish to publish within. 3. Click Publish. 4. On the URL Publishing form, enter the data for your URL. 5. Click Save and continue. 26 BroadVision, Inc.
27 Chapter 5 Publishing Publishing Products 6. On the Select Qualifier Values page, select topics of interest, customer types, languages, and employee roles associated with your URL. NOTE: Qualifier values determine which visitors will be able to view your editorial. Any qualifier values you select allow visitors with that same qualifier value set to read the editorial.to select more than one qualifer in a box, hold down the Control button on your keyboard while clicking. 7. Click Save and finish to complete the publishing process. Publishing Products If you have permission to publish a product in the channel or program you are viewing, you will see a Publish link in the upper right-hand corner of the advertising block. To publish a product 1. Sign into the portal site. 2. Navigate to the channel or program in which you want to publish the product. 3. Click Publish. 4. On the first page of the form, fill in the product s information. You may include both short and long descriptions, images, and other information. 5. Click Continue. 6. On the Select Qualifier Values page, select topics of interest, customer types, languages, and employee roles associated with your URL. NOTE: Qualifier values determine which visitors will be able to view your editorial. Any qualifier values you select allow visitors with that same qualifier value set to read the editorial.to select more than one qualifer in a box, hold down the Control button on your keyboard while clicking. 7. Click Finish. User Guide 27
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