The Content Management Server Programming specialist certification in EMC’s Application Developer track offers candidates the chance to validate their skills using the Documentum Foundation Classes (DFC) API to design, develop, and customize server applications. Essentially, this certification will get people experienced with the Documentum – candidates will be working with DFC interfaces, objects, and other components to create a successful and efficient application. Familiarity with the architecture of Documentum Foundation Classes, as well as its installation and configuration, is a must.
This specialist certification (one of three in the Application Developer track) can be earned by passing the qualifying E20-405 exam. This exam will feature about 60 questions that cover different aspects of the Documentum and its use in developing applications. Among the most prevalent features of this program are the use of DFC interfaces in creating and retrieving objects, importing and transforming information, creating virtual documents, and performing queries; implementing DFC security; creating, using, packaging, and deploying DFC objects; XML processing; and troubleshooting.
As with all other EMC certifications, this one comes with a set of training options that individuals can take, from the instructor led and online training courses to the number of Documentum guides that are available to read. A practice exam can also prepare you for the actual exam in providing crucial material that must be known and understood. Customers and partners of EMC are able to earn this certification after first earning the Content Management Foundations associate certification.