IBM WebSphere Portal is a framework that includes a runtime server, services, tools and other components that
you can use to integrate your Lotus Notes Domino 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 Lotus Notes Domino system.
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Portal Learning Guide
Get introduced to WebSphere Portal, learn best practices and pitfalls to avoid, and discover troubleshooting help and advice.
On IBM's catch-all page for all things WebSphere Portal, you'll find numerous downloads, learning resources, support, product information, links to helpful forums and much more.
new in WebSphere Portal Version 6?
This article describes the highlights in WebSphere Portal. You'll see how WebSphere Portal helps you achieve a service-oriented architecture (SOA) environment, and learn about the technical enhancements that speed up your development projects, providing quick business value and ease-of-use. This is a good starting point to help you understand the new version content and the improvements introduced since the previous releases.
portlets: Best practices for WebSphere portlet development
Discover best practices for designing WebSphere portlets, either for new applications or for incorporating Domino applications into WebSphere Portal.
Notes/Domino applications with IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory
SearchDomino.com member David Bowley provides an introduction to WebSphere Portlet Factory for Notes/Domino developers interested in portalizing their Lotus Notes Domino applications.
started with the WebSphere Portal Toolkit
Learn how to accomplish the challenging task of setting up the WebSphere Studio and Portal Toolkit for creating, testing and interactively debugging portlets for WebSphere Portal.
considerations for a Domino WebSphere system
SearchDomino.com contributor Sue Hildreth offers advice on implementing three major security requirements specifically for a WebSphere Portal server connecting to Lotus Team Workplace and Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing. Now available in tip or podcast format!
WebSphere for 'smaller' Domino applications
SearchDomino.com expert Alex Homsi offers advice and a customer case study to a user who'd like to know how WebSphere Portal is being used with smaller Domino applications.
This was first published in August 2007