The article, IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3, helps you master the IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 client to become an expert at e-mail, calendaring and scheduling, contacts, to dos, and much more. This article by Barry Max Rosen, author of Instant IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 How-to, explains how IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 is highly customizable and works the way you want it to work.
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In this article by Chelis Camargo and Helmar Martens, the authors of IBM WebSphere Portal 8: Web Experience Factory and the Cloud we will introduce Web Experience Factory (WEF) as a rapid application development tool. We will focus on WEF's capability to build portal applications to run on IBM WebSphere Portal.Read Introduction to Web Experience Factory in full
In this article by Ankit Garg, the author of IBM Cognos Business Intelligence 10.1 Dashboarding Cookbook, you will learn about IBM Cognos 10 BI, which is the leading performance tool that enables users to monitor, measure, and manage corporate performance at a glance. With its dashboard capabilities, users can assemble and organize data in personalized dashboard views to support different decision-making requirements.
In this article we will be:
- Introducing IBM Cognos 10 BI Cognos Connection
- Exploring IBM Cognos Business Insight User Interface
- Exploring IBM Cognos Business Insight Advanced User Interface
In this article by James D. Miller, author of IBM Cognos TM1 Developer's Certification Guide, we will identify and discuss each of the components of IBM Cognos TM1 that are covered in the current IBM Cognos TM1 Developer (Test COG-310) certification exam. The current exam assigns a weightage of 3 percent to this topic. The components of TM1 are divided into two basic types which are:
- Client components
- Sever components
In this article by Adrian Neagu and Robert Pelletier, we will cover:
- Setting up HADR by using the command line
- Setting up HADR by using Control Center
IBM Lotus Domino software is a world class platform for critical business, collaboration, and messaging applications. You can create and share information effectively to make quick business decisions and streamline the way individuals and teams work. It is no longer just an e-mail tool, but a means of extending business communications to a new level. In order to utilize all the powerful features of the new release, you need to upgrade your existing system to Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3.
In this article by Tim Speed, Barry Rosen, and Scott O'Keffe, authors of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3: Upgrader's Guide, we will cover the following features:
- Composite applications
- Lotus Component Designer
- New Web 2.0 features
- Lotus Expeditor
In this article written by Ankit Garg, author of IBM Cognos TM1 Cookbook, we will deal with integration of the planning application and reporting layer. The recipe includeded is used to demonstrate how IBM Cognos BI components can be interfaced with IBM Cognos TM1 planning application.
We will cover Integrating IBM Cognos TM1 with IBM Cognos 8 BI recipe in this articleRead Integrating IBM Cognos TM1 with IBM Cognos 8 BI in full
Why would a company or organization choose to use Sametime? They might choose Sametime because it closely integrates with their existing collaboration environment—IBM Lotus Notes and Domino, Lotus Quickr, or IBM Connections. They may also choose a real-time collaboration system such as Sametime to save money. Online meetings and instant messaging helps save money by eliminating the need for travel costs and long distance phone expenditures, especially if a company integrates Sametime with their existing Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system.
In this article written by Gabriella Davis, Marie L. Scott, and Thomas Duff, authors of IBM Sametime 8.5.2 Administration Guide, we will cover:
- What's new in Sametime 8.5.2
- What has changed with regards to Sametime server architecture
- The different types of Sametime clients available in Sametime 8.5.2
- Why you should install Sametime 8.5.2 or upgrade from prior versions
WebSphere Application Server, often referred to simply as WAS, is a JEE-compliant application server platform. JEE stands for Java Enterprise Edition and was previously referred to as J2EE. JEE application servers provide functionality to deploy fault-tolerant, distributed, and multi-tier Java software.
In this article by Steve Robinson, author of IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.0 Administration Guide, we will be covering a few of the command-line tools shipped with WAS to help you with problem diagnosis when WebSphere or applications are not running as they should. We will also introduce the IBM Support Assistant, a very powerful WebSphere Application Server (WAS) support tool, and walk through how to analyze a WAS log file using one of the many ISA add-ons.
Specifically we will cover the following topics:
- Dumping namespaces
- EAR expander
- IBM Support Assistant (ISA)
It is not uncommon to run into issues when global security is first enabled in a WebSphere environment. Some of those situations may occur due to performing tasks out of order. Other problematic conditions related to security configuration may take place due to inadvertently omitting one or more steps in a set up process. Moreover, a third category of errors that may happen due to security configuration is caused by using the wrong values to one or more parameters.
In the previous article by Omar Siliceo, author of IBM WebSphere Application Server v7.0 Security, we took a look at tuning websphere security. In this article we will be presented by a set of some conditions that may appear in a WebSphere Application Server ND version 7 (WAS ND7) when global security is first enabled. The first subsection covers circumstances that may come about during the configuration phase. Next, a subsection is included that presents circumstances that may happen at runtime.Read Troubleshooting WebSphere Security-related Issues in full