This article explains how to use IBM WebSphere® Portal 6.1.5 Application Infrastructure (AI) Representational State Transfer (REST) services to access information about the members of IBM Lotus® Quickr® 8.5.0 places. We also explain how to use the REST services and Dojo to build a simple widget that displays details of members of the place.
- Overview of AI REST feeds
- Overview of the Place Member Viewer widget
- Retrieving Member details
- Retrieving Members feed using Dojo's xhrGet
- Parsing the ATOM document
- Sample widget code
- About the authors
|White paper in PDF format||QuickrMemberViewerFinal.pdf||209 KB||HTTP|
|Sample application in EAR format||viewmembers.ear||7 KB||HTTP|
- Participate in the discussion forum.
WebSphere Portal 6.1.5 Information Center.
developerWorks article, "Introducing IBM Lotus Quickr REST services."
developerWorks article, "REST, Web Services, REST-ful services."
IBM Tutorial: Creating a REST Widget with IBM Lotus Widget Factory
Lotus Quickr wiki article, REST services for documents."
ATOM Syndication Format introduction.
Discussion Forum on Quickr J Templates Community: View Members with WebSphere Portal AI REST API.
Jim Antill is a Software Developer working on social and team collaboration software. Jim contributed to the Lotus Quickr 8.5 release, mainly working on the Member Management aspects of the product. You can reach him at ANTILLJI@ie.ibm.com.
Artur Grzenkowicz is a Senior Software Engineer based at the IBM Dublin Software Lab. He has worked on the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition Lotus Quickr templates area and is now working on the IBM Defense Operations Platform.