Rocket Documentation Portal Now Provides Modern Web-based Search Capabilities and More

Rocket is excited to announce the latest updates to the Rocket Product Documentation Portal.

The updated Documentation Portal is a user-friendly, web-based search portal that is completely accessible to the public and available 24/7 to answer users’ questions about Rocket products and capabilities. Users will now be able to search for specific information and filter by product, content type and keywords, enabling much more granular results that meet their specific needs. This means less time spent scrolling and skimming, and more time getting the answer needed to enable successful use of Rocket products. Initially, users will find some products in HTML topics and others in PDF, but still searchable. Over time, all content will be converted to HTML for more granular search and consumption.

For MultiValue, you’ll notice that the documentation for the Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) is a featured product. The transition to HTML of other MV documentation will start immediately and continue through 2022. To find out more, read ROCKET’S UPDATED DOCUMENTATION PORTAL PROVIDES MODERNIZED EXPERIENCE FOR STREAMLINED SEARCHES on the Rocket blog or visit the Rocket documentation portal.

Kathy Larson 53 Posts

Hi, I'm the Product Marketing Manager for Rocket MultiValue. I returned to MultiValue in 2014. You see, I started my career right out of grad school with Unidata in downtown Denver. Back then I worked with our hardware partners including DEC, Data General, Sequent, HP and many others! Later I moved to MarComm and Product Marketing. I love being back in MV and in my free time enjoy spending time with my family skiing, hiking and enjoying Colorado.



    October 7, 2021 at 4:36 pm

    While the documentation portal is nice, I still prefer to be able to access the pdfs. Is there any way Rocket can bring back the access to the documentation pdfs?

    • Kathy Larson Reply

      October 8, 2021 at 10:10 am

      Hi Joseph, you can still access PDFs for the most recent, active versions. If you want older versions, you can download from RBC. All older doc sets can be downloaded from there. Hope this helps!

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