The purpose of this white paper is to give users a good understanding of how IBM Lotus® Connections uses IBM Tivoli® Directory Integrator, so they can understand how to look at the Lotus Connections AssemblyLines and understand what they do.
- Out-of-the-box Profiles population
- Setting up the development environment
- Testing your configuration
- Connections 2.5 "Best Practice" approach
- Connections 3.0 "Best Practice" approach
- Custom delete logic
- New Connectors
- Sample files
- Appendix: Comprehensive overview of all notifications in Lotus Connections 3.0
- About the authors
|White paper in PDF format||Connections_TDI_GuideFinal.pdf||3,976 KB||HTTP|
|Sample properties file||IBMPoCprofiles_tdi.properties||1 KB||HTTP|
|Sample Connections Configuration file||IBMPoC_Custom_ALs.xml||362 KB||HTTP|
- Participate in the discussion forum.
Refer to the Lotus Connections wiki.
Refer to the Tivoli Directory Integrator information center.
Read the Tivoli Directory Integrator Getting Started Guide.
Take the Tivoli Directory Integrator tutorial, "Handling Exceptions/Errors with TDI."
Watch the videos, "TDI is alive and TDI on YouTube.
Chris Biega is a Senior Certified Client Technical Professional for the Americas. He is a member of the USIMT Lotus Solutions team and specializes in the Lotus Connections product. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Charlie Price provides IBM Level 2 support for Lotus Connections and IBM Lotus Domino Portal Integration. He is a frequent speaker at Lotusphere and the Portal Excellence Conference. Charlie has also authored numerous articles in IBM Redbooks publications, white papers, and technotes. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.