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  • WebSphere is a world of trouble, Domino readers say

    Find out what IBM WebSphere is and read about the challenges some Lotus Notes Domino shops are experiencing with their WebSphere implementations.

  • WebSphere Portal primer

    IBM WebSphere Portal is a framework which includes a runtime server, services, tools and other components that you can use to integrate your Lotus Notes Domino work environment into a customizable interface called a portal. This collection of tips, tutorials and best practices will help bolster your WebSphere Portal knowledge and get you on the fast track to implementing it in your Domino system.

  • IBM releases HR accelerator for SAP and WebSphere

    IBM releases a WebSphere accelerator that helps customers using SAP servers automate HR tasks.

  • Portalizing Notes/Domino applications with IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory

    WebSphere Portal Factory greatly speeds up development time and allows you to leverage more traditional Notes/Domino skills like LotusScript, HTML and JavaScript to create timely and cost-effective portlets. In this tip, SearchDomino.com member David Bowley provides an extensive introduction to WebSphere Portlet Factory for Notes/Domino developers interested in portalizing their Notes/Domino applications.

  • Mainsoft enables .NET applications to run on WebSphere Portal

    Mainsoft has released a new version of Visual MainWin for J2EE, which allows .NET applications to be transferred into Java bytecode that can then be deployed on WebSphere Portal.

  • Routing mail between Lotus Domino and IBM Workplace users

    Many Notes/Domino shops are now adding IBM Workplace messaging for new or existing users. This tip provides an overview of the key issues involved in successfully routing mail between Lotus Domino and IBM Workplace.

  • Workplace Forms add XML future to WebSphere-Domino environments

    Notes/Domino shops that are implementing WebSphere Portal or Workplace technology can use IBM's new Workplace Forms product to create and process XML-based online forms.

  • Security considerations for a Domino WebSphere system

    Learn about major security requirements for a WebSphere Portal server connecting to Lotus Team Workplace and Lotus IM and Web Conferencing.

  • New and Notesworthy: November 2005

    This month's roundup of Notes/Domino product news includes two partnerships, a WebSphere Portal tool, a Notes-SharePoint link and updates to one company's entire Notes line.

  • No middling in IBM's master plan

    IBM today announced new software to help companies make better use of the data scattered throughout their organizations. The WebSphere products, targeting the so-called "master data management software" market, are designed to present companies with a summary view of their customers, products and other data. The goal of master data management, a niche IDC says will top $10 billion by 2009, is to ensure that companies can tap software and networks to access accurate, current information.

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  • Secure and seamless integration of iNotes, Sametime and Quickr

    Use these instructions to set up a seamless and secure integration of iNotes, Quickr and Sametime. Doing so allows users to sign onto any of the three servers and navigate to the others without logging in again.

  • SaaS and collaboration set the stage at Lotusphere

    SearchDomino.com recently spoke with two expert analysts about their views from Lotusphere 2009. In this Q&A, both analysts share insight technologies introduced at the show, such as LotusLive and Lotus Foundations as well as some predictions on the Lotus Notes/Domino market throughout the coming year.

  • Can Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft SharePoint play nice together?

    As companies transition from employing Generation X to Generation Y workers, use of collaboration software such as Lotus Quickr and Microsoft SharePoint is beginning to gain steam for project and document management. For enterprises that rely solely on Lotus Notes/Domino and Lotus Quickr, the ability for individuals to share information is relatively straightforward and seamless. But even in Domino shops, new applications are cropping up virally that administrators must deal with. Windows SharePoint Server (WSS) 2003 is one such example.

  • IBM Lotus Notes versus Microsoft SharePoint: The rest of the story

    With continued growth in the IBM Lotus Notes install base and expanding deployments of Microsoft SharePoint, there has been renewed discussion about the competitive environment of IBM Lotus Notes/Domino versus Microsoft SharePoint. While the Notes versus SharePoint question is a timely topic for many organizations, it's useful to expand the analysis to include other solutions such as Quickr, Sametime and Connections.

  • An introduction to IBM Lotus Quickr

    Learn about Lotus Quickr and how the IBM collaboration software works from this collection of articles, best practices, demos and Web resources.

  • Domino Domain Monitoring hints and gotchas

    Use these various Notes.ini variables and console commands to better manage Domino Domain monitoring in your organization.

  • Build your own Domino multi-server test environment

    Do you want to experiment with a few different Domino configurations, but don't have the budget to build a test lab? Follow these four steps to set up a personal multi-server Domino test environment.

  • IBM Lotus to end Notes/Domino 7.x support

    IBM Lotus recently announced end of support for Notes, Domino and Lotus Enterprise Integrator 7.x products. This practical move allows IBM to focus their resources on Notes/Domino 8.x. But what will happen to companies not ready – or willing—to migrate to Notes/Domino 8.x. One expert analyst shares her insight.

  • How the Agent Profiler tool improves Notes/Domino performance

    Get an overview of the Notes/Domino 7.x Agent Profiler feature and learn how it detects and reports on problem agents and suggests ways to fix them in order to improve Domino server performance.

  • Benefits of virtualizing Lotus Domino servers

    While many administrators are hesitant to virtualize Domino servers, the servers can still benefit from virtualization. In this tutorial from contributor Eric Seibert, learn about some main points to consider when virtualizing your Domino servers, benefits you can expect and some best practices.

  • Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)

    Some issues that frequently trouble Lotus Notes/ Domino administrators include resource consumption, time-consuming tasks, missed replication schedules and error conditions. Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) features preconfigured probes to help administrators monitor their Lotus Notes/Domino environments.

  • An introduction to Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)

    Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) is a free administration tool in Domino version 7 or higher that monitors events that the logging process of your Domino servers register, records information on a central server throughout your entire Domino domain, suggests how to fix server problems and more. This tutorial outlines how to leverage DDM in your Domino domain to benefit from its comprehensive server monitoring and reporting features.

  • IBM Lotus Notes versus Microsoft SharePoint: The rest of the story

    With continued growth in the IBM Lotus Notes install base and expanding deployments of Microsoft SharePoint, there has been renewed discussion about the competitive environment of IBM Lotus Notes/Domino versus Microsoft SharePoint. While the Notes versus SharePoint question is a timely topic for many organizations, it's useful to expand the analysis to include other solutions such as Quickr, Sametime and Connections.

  • Lotus Notes access error: 'database is not opened yet'

    Discover what security settings you need to fix if you encounter the Lotus Notes database error: 'database is not opened yet.'

  • A guided tour of the Lotus Notes Domino blogosphere

    Discover a handful of the best Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web that consistently deliver helpful tips for Domino administrators and developers.

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  • Benefits of virtualizing Lotus Domino servers

    While many administrators are hesitant to virtualize Domino servers, the servers can still benefit from virtualization. In this tutorial from contributor Eric Seibert, learn about some main points to consider when virtualizing your Domino servers, benefits you can expect and some best practices.

  • A guided tour of the Lotus Notes Domino blogosphere

    Discover a handful of the best Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web that consistently deliver helpful tips for Domino administrators and developers.

  • How to fix the size limitation on Lotus Notes summary text fields

    There is a size limitation in summary text fields for all versions of Lotus Notes. This causes problems when users try to display, edit or save the document. SearchDomino.com member Brent Quick outlines the details of this issue and provides a LotusScript fix for it.

  • Routing and replication issues with remote Lotus Domino servers

    Lotus Notes and Domino Server administration expert Mike Lazar offers advice to an administrator who is having weekly routing and replication issues with remote Lotus Domino servers.

  • Cracked users' HTTP passwords still a threat on many Lotus Notes R6 and R7 domains

    During the course of several recent Domino domain audits, consultant Andy Pedisich discovered what was thought to be an extinct Lotus Notes security problem. Unfortunately, it still seems prevalent in many Lotus Notes R6 and R7 domains. Find out if your Notes/Domino domain is at risk for someone cracking your users' HTTP passwords.

  • Using Microsoft Outlook with a Lotus Domino server

    Lotus Notes and Domino Server administration expert Mike Lazar helps an administrator sort out his options for using Microsoft Outlook clients with Lotus Domino Server 6.5.2.

  • Top 10 Notes/Domino administration tips of 2006

    Here are the top 10 Notes/Domino administration tips from 2006. From improving your Domino Web Access performance and combating calendar delegation issues to running an ND upgrade pilot and managing Windows Client Access Licenses, these topics grabbed your attention the most in 2006.

  • Easily find a string in a Lotus Domino server log

    Finding specific error messages or monitoring for a particular event in a Lotus Domino server log can be almost impossible, given the size of most Lotus Domino server log files. But it just got a lot easier, thanks to this script from SearchDomino.com member Felipe Cardoso.

  • Putting a stop to incoming spam on Lotus Notes 6.5

    SearchDomino.com expert Chuck Connell provides a resource for a Lotus Notes administrator who wants to filter out email containing the word "spam," and offers advice on setting appropriately sized user mailbox quoatas.

  • Domino R6/6.5 exam preparation resources

    SearchDomino.com expert Barbara Bowen suggests where to look for free Domino R6/6.5 exam preparation resources.

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