IBM WebSphere News
October 18, 2007
Find out what IBM WebSphere is and read about the challenges some Lotus Notes Domino shops are experiencing with their WebSphere implementations.
May 05, 2005
Today, big banks and the like are the main users of WebSphere MQ, but IBM says it is finding traction in small and midsized businesses [SMBs]. The latest release of MQ includes versions that target SMBs.
April 02, 2004
The Domino and WebSphere Strategies tip will cover issues that Domino developers and administrators face when integrating Domino and WebSphere. This first tip covers the basics of WebSphere v5 architecture. Other topics will include specifics on ...
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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, ... Continue Reading
WebSphere is a set of Java-based tools from IBM that allow customers to create and manage sophisticated business Web sites. The central WebSphere tool is the WebSphere Application Server (WAS), an application server that a customer can use to ... Continue Reading
This guide introduces you to WebSphere Portal, explains best practices and pitfalls to avoid, and provides troubleshooting help and advice. Continue Reading
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A WebSphere instance on the iSeries runs as a job in a subsystem, like any other job on the system. However, the normal method used to start the WebSphere instance is different, requiring that you use the startServer command from the QShell ... Continue Reading
Lotus Notes/Domino 7 will bring Eclipse into closer view for some Notes developers who want to work with Java agents in Notes/Domino, WebSphere, and Workplace settings. Continue Reading
This article looks at best practices when designing portlets, either for new applications or for incorporating Domino applications into the WebSphere Portal. Continue Reading
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If you plan to use WebSphere Portal to provide access to enterprise applications and data, you need to become familiar with the workings of portlets, the building blocks of portals Continue Reading
To help you get a handle on the key differences of each, here's a look at the four levels of WAS. Continue Reading