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Welcome to GO Publisher Workflow

 

Audience

This document is intended for GO Publisher Workflow admin and end users.

Use GO Publisher Workflow to...

  • Export large volumes of data as batches of files for offline data load
  • Run as a standalone product or integrated into an exisiting data ordering or work-flow system
  • Enable metadata configuration
  • Configure syntactic and semantic validation
  • Provide a Transformation service for uploading and executing XSLT transformations
  • Supply data via http download, WebDav, RESTful web service or content management

What is GO Publisher Workflow?

See Introducing GO Publisher Workflow.

Are there any prerequisites to installing GO Publisher Workflow?

Yes, they are detailed here - GO Publisher Workflow Pre-Requisites.

System Requirements:

Before using GO Publisher Workflow please ensure that your system meets the GO Publisher Minimum Hardware and Software Requirements.

How do I install and configure GO Publisher Workflow?

Find out how to set up your GO Publisher Workflow Deployment on an application server. This is a detailed guide explaining how to set up your workflow configuration and database connections.

How do I use GO Publisher Workflow?

Admin Users:

After GO Publisher Workflow is deployed, admin users will need to set up 'Products' using the GO Publisher Workflow Product Setup guide.

General Users:

Once the GO Publisher Workflow 'Products' have been configured, users can submit publishing jobs and publish data. The GO Publisher Workflow User Guide explains how to create a publishing job and monitor the results using the Management Console or Management API.

Developing Applications?

For those of you who are developing applications that need to link directly to our API (Application Programming Interface) then the GO Publisher Workflow RESTful API User Guide is for you. It covers all of the API requests that we support, and how to test in a development view in your web browser.

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