This white paper describes the various ways in which you can customize IBM Lotus® Connections 3.x, including adding your company logo to the interface, changing the colors shown in the UI, presenting an agreement document on the log-in screen, adding custom menus, etc. We show examples of how to make these changes and explain the relevant supporting technology.
- Understanding the Wsadmin tool
- Setting up for customization
- Customizing the interface
- Customizing for your company policy
- Customizing error pages
- Working example: License agreement strings
- About the authors
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IBM Lotus Connections 3.0 Reviewer's Guide
Lotus Connections documentation
Synch.rono.us, the Lotus Connections product team blog
developerWorks Lotus zone
Lotus Connections product page
Ignacio Sánchez is a Lotus Client Technical Professional, focusing mainly on Lotus Quickr, Lotus Connections, and LotusLive. Ignacio has more than 3 years of experience providing technical sales support for Lotus products.
Jim Antill is a Software Developer working on social and team collaboration software. Jim's main focus has been on the Member Management functionality within Lotus Quickr for WebSphere Portal 8.5, and accessibility customization in Lotus Connections.
Robert Campion joined IBM in 2008, since which time he has worked as a Software Engineer on Lotus Quickr and Lotus Connections, primarily in the area of front-end development. He graduated from Dublin City University, Ireland, with a B.Sc. in Computer Applications.
Lorenzo Notarfonzo is a Software Engineer based at IBM's Dublin Software Laboratory, focusing on social software. Currently he works on Lotus Connections and is part of a team developing Homepage and News components, for which he also developed part of the Notification Framework. Lorenzo received his Master's degree in Software Engineering from the University of Roma III in 2005.