Lotus® Expeditor (formerly IBM WebSphere Everyplace Deployment) is a universally managed client that includes a client, server, and toolkit for creating, deploying, and maintaining both mobile and rich client applications. This OSGi-based and Eclipse-based platform enables you to create Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions.
This IBM Redbooks Wiki guides you through the process of creating customized components for Lotus Notes, Lotus Sametime, and Lotus Symphony, using Lotus Domino Designer, and the Lotus Expeditor Toolkit. More >
- Messaging security guide for IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.2.3 integrator software
This white paper extends the existing IBM Lotus Expeditor integrator documentation with step-by-step instructions for enabling messaging-communication security for Lotus Expeditor integrator scenarios.
- IBM Lotus Expeditor logs: What are they good for?
This wiki article provides an overview of the logging and tracing available in Lotus Expeditor-based products. Learn about log collection, log interpretation, and trace data.
- Using containers in composite applications
In Lotus Expeditor 6.2, the composite application infrastructure includes an application container framework, with components that let you create applications without the need to write a single line of code.
- Creating a Lotus Notes plug-in for IBM Multimedia Library
Create an extension for Lotus Notes that allows you to open a preconfigured URL (for example, Lotus Notes Multimedia Library) in a newly opened browser window by selecting a menu entry in the Help menu.
- Standard Widget Toolkit trees: Creating, sorting, and searching
Learn how to create and populate an SWT tree, how to use columns to categorize data, how to extend a tree to support row sorting, and how to search the tree's content.
- Wrinkle-free SSL: Using TLS/SSL with micro broker v3
Micro broker v3 in Lotus Expeditor lets you encrypt network data transmitted to and from the broker using TLS/SSL protocols. Read about several ways you can secure your micro broker communication.
- Using the Lotus Expeditor toolkit to develop a Lotus Sametime plug-in
Use the Lotus Expeditor toolkit to develop a plug-in to extend Lotus Sametime. See how you can run and debug the plug-in in the toolkit and install it in Lotus Sametime.
- Integrating offline forms with IBM Lotus Forms and IBM Lotus Expeditor
In this article, you learn that by integrating Lotus Expeditor and Lotus Forms you can take your forms offline. The integration lets you store draft forms and submit forms to a server through a robust store-and-forward queue using Websphere MQ Everyplace.
- Using Lotus Expeditor Toolkit V6.1.2 for eRCP application development on devices
Take a step-by-step tour of the Lotus Expeditor client and toolkit. Learn how to install the client and toolkit, how to create a client services project and to import a sample into the tools, and how to remotely launch the application onto devices.
- Lotus Expeditor technical education roadmap
Learn how to acquire the technical skills necessary to administer, develop, and deploy applications for Lotus Expeditor. From classroom courses to articles to samples to Internet-based training and resources, if you are ready to learn, the Lotus Expeditor technical education roadmap will show you the way.