Portal_Design_F09 - H.Ko andProfessorS.Y.Nof PRISMCenter...

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H. Ko and Professor S.Y. Nof PRISM Center IE 332 Fall 2009 Agenda Enterprise Information Portal (EIP) HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) Three tier Architecture of Web Services HTML Server side Programming Web Server PHP DB and SQL (Structured Query Language) DB and PHP 1
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Enterprise Information Portal Portal Visitors can find “almost everything they are looking for” in l (h i “t h” t h? one place (when is too much” too much?) Single point of access to: Information from various logically linked internet based applications Information of interest to various type of users Enterprise Information Portal A web site that serves as a single point of access to a company’s information and knowledge base Web based interface to access information integrated from distributed services/systems inside/outside of an enterprise Provides a single window to personalized information needed to make informed business decisions 2 Classification of EIP EIP (Enterprise Information Portal) conveys corporate information to employees ECP (Enterprise Collaboration Portal) provides employees with collaborative functions EXP (Enterprise Expertise Portal) matches experienced people for decision making EKP (Enterprise Knowledge Portal) supports various employees with knowledgebase 3
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EIP Architecture B2C B2E B2B Internet Extranet 1) Presentation Service 2) User Service 3) Information Portal Server Personalization, Sharing/Publication Search, Workflow Operation Security Information category 4 ERP Management 4) Portal Adapters Metadata Repository DW OLAP CRM Intranet EIP Functions Content and document management Collaboration Search and navigation Personalization Entitlement Integration Categorization SSO (Single Sign On) 5
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Specifications System requirements, workflow, business processes, involved users, input/output, resources Type of user Type of users Functions, contents, layout according to type of users Internal systems and DB External sources Internal and external communication and collaboration facilities to develop their ideas, do their jobs, and share their work and ideas with others Intranet and Internet search tools to support work Source for relevant news Rules and regulations Connections to related conferences, forums, professional organizations and appropriate professional journals Any additional sources of information 6 EIP Development 1. Intranet Entry Point Building a single access point to multiple intranet systems in an 2. Content Integration enterprise Integration of internal/external enterprise information and access by searching/personalization Capability of handling data from 7 7 3. Application Integration 4. Outward Integration enabling SCM, B2B, e-Commerce
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