|Testing TCP/IP connections with NotesCONNECT
NotesCONNECT (a Notes application downloadable from the Sandbox) troubleshoots Notes TCP/IP connection problems by using Notes API calls (but not the Public Address Book or Notes address resolution logic) to make TCP/IP connections.
|16 Jun 1997|
|Tips on monitoring Domino statistics and events
This article looks at the tools for monitoring Domino's statistics and events and how they help administrators keep track of server conditions by issuing notices and alerts -- for example, whenever a server is running low on disk space.
|03 Nov 1997|
|The ABC's of using the ACL
This primer explains why and how the ACL evolved into its present key role in the Notes/Domino architecture. It reviews ACL components and the ACL dialog box and offers tips for developers and users on using ACLs.
|01 Apr 1998|
|Displaying marquees on your applications
|01 Jul 1998|
|Rebuilding hidden views
This tip shows how to use keyboard shortcuts to force the update of views in a database, including any hidden views used to store information accessed through lookups -- either all the views in a database, or an individual selected view.
|01 Sep 1998|
|Combining complex @formulas with LotusScript
This tip describes a form-based method for combining The @formulas with LotusScript. It works by creating a form called function worksheet that contains all the complex @formulas which is called by the LotusScript ComputeWithForm method.
|02 Nov 1998|
|Optimizing server performance: Transaction logging
Domino R5 includes transaction logging for reliable data storage. This means not only the end of long Fixup sessions, but an overall increase in system performance. This article looks at a performance analysis of Domino transaction logging on Windows NT.
|02 Aug 1999|
|Ask Professor INI: Mystery variables
Professor INI takes the case of the mystery variables -- NOTES.INI variables that don't actually exist or that exist but are undocumented. In this column the Professor unravels a few of these mysteries.
|01 Aug 2001|
|Notes from Support: Password checking
This article examines how password checking is implemented in Notes/Domino, explores the intricacies of authentication with password checking, and provides some hints and tips for administering and troubleshooting the password checking process.
|04 Sep 2001|
|Ask Professor INI - Programming language toolkit variables
Part 3 of 3: In this column, Professor INI continues his survey of NOTES.INI variables associated with Notes programming, discussing variables related to the Notes/Domino programming language toolkits. for C and C++, COM, Java/CORBA, and NotesSQL.
|02 Jan 2002|
|Exploiting dynamic HTML: Lessons from iNotes Web Access
Dynamic HTML (DHTML), a combination of several Web technologies, helps developers create the best possible user interface for Web applications. This article explores DHTML using the much praised user interface of iNotes Web Access as an example.
|01 May 2002|
|Perspectives from Jeanette Horan
The VP of development and support for Lotus discusses customer and developer relations efforts and Lotus's short-term and long-term development priorities such as Notes/Domino 6, collaboration on a J2EE platform, and open-source technologies like Linux.
|01 May 2002|
|QuickPlace Authentication Architecture and Troubleshooting, Part 1
Part 1 of 2: An overview of security features supported by QuickPlace, including Basic Authentication, single sign-on, and the QuickPlace security and user directory settings, with suggestions for diagnosing authentication problems.
|01 Apr 2003|
|Netegrity SiteMinder and Domino-based collaborative services
Want to use SiteMinder for single sign-on with Domino, Lotus Team Workplace (QuickPlace), and Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing (Sametime), but donât know where to start? This article provides you with a roadmap for implementation.
|22 Dec 2003|
|Offloading Lotus Enterprise Integration tasks to the server
This article discusses several different ways of dealing with this problem by moving the actual database work to the Domino server – either in real time or in batch mode.
|05 Jan 2004|
|Integrating Googleâs Web API service in Domino applications
Add Google Web search functionality to your Domino applications with Google's Web API service. This article shows how to implement that search functionality in an application using a simple agent. Download the code samples and get googling!
|12 Jan 2004|
|Defining processes in your Notes/Domino environment
This article explains how you can develop good processes that help ensure reliability and availability in your Lotus Notes and Domino environment -- without turning you into a Borg!
|04 Oct 2004|
|Lotus Notes Calendar and Scheduling explained! Part 1
Calendar and Scheduling (C&S) is one of the most popular and widely used features in Lotus Notes. This two-part article series takes a close look at C&S and how its major components work together. In Part 1, we discuss the internal workflow of C&S, and how the preferences you select affect its functionality.
|18 Oct 2004|
|IBM Rational Performance Tester on Windows 2000 and Linux: A scalability comparison
This article describes a study we performed to compare the scalability of Robot test scripts on Windows 2000 and Linux, running identical hardware, software, and workload (suite) definition.
|20 Oct 2004|
|IBM Workplace Client Technology architecture
This article takes an "under the hood" look at IBM Workplace Client Technology to help you better understand its architecture and how you can use its standards-based technologies to build and manage IBM Workplace client applications.
|15 Feb 2005|
|Lotus Notes mail: comparing server-based mail and local replica mail
This article offers some fresh insights about a long-standing question: In which situations is it better to use a server-based Lotus Notes mail file, and when should you use a local replica copy?
|01 Mar 2005|
|Troubleshooting application performance: Part 1: Troubleshooting techniques and code tips
When it comes to application performance, faster is better. In part one of this series, we offer a tried-and-true method for troubleshooting application performance with a real-life example of how we applied this process to a customer's application.
|29 Mar 2005|
|Under the hood of IBM Workplace Collaboration Services
Take a peek under the hood of IBM Workplace Collaboration Services and learn about the layers that make up Workplace Collaboration Services, including IBM WebSphere Application Server and IBM WebSphere Portal.
|31 Jan 2006|
|Using Session Initiation Protocol with IBM Lotus Sametime
Get an introduction to Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and SIMPLE, an extension of SIP, and learn how IBM Lotus Sametime uses SIP to enable instant messaging and presence awareness between two or more Lotus communities. Also learn how to connect communities using the SIP Gateway and Connector.
|04 May 2006|
|Integrating Macromedia Flash and IBM Lotus Notes/Domino: Flash-based UIs
for your Domino-based solutions
Present content and incorporate the design from a Domino view into a Macromedia Flash-based view. With this solution, you can quickly expose standard Domino views for Web users and easily update the design of a single Domino view for both Lotus Notes and Web clients.
|11 Jul 2006|
|Creating an audio playback plug-in for IBM Lotus Sametime Connect V7.5
Learn how to create a plug-in that plays back an assigned audio file when an instant message is received from a specified Sametime partner.
|24 Oct 2006|
|Building and deploying a simple Web Services Resource in IBM Lotus Expeditor
Learn how to build a simple Web Services Resource and how to deploy it to IBM Lotus Expeditor. This article explains the WSRF Tools that are used to generate server- and client-side components and how to develop a test client that you can use to test the WS-Resource.
|05 Dec 2006|
|Overview of IBM Workplace Forms
Overview of IBM Workplace Forms introduces you to the Workplace Forms family of products, including Workplace Forms Viewer, Workplace Forms Designer, and Workplace Forms Server that provide an end-to-end electronic forms processing solution. It includes an example, showing how to create an XML-based Workplace Forms application.
|27 Mar 2007|
|Developing and testing portlet applications with Lotus Expeditor and
Rational Application Developer
Learn how to develop client services portlet applications for Lotus Expeditor using Rational Application Developer v7 and Lotus Expeditor Toolkit v6.1. The toolkit extends the IBM Rational Software Development Platform IDE to develop and deploy Java applications with rich user interfaces that can run on desktop or wireless devices.
|18 Apr 2007|
|Adding a dictionary facility to IBM Lotus Sametime Connect V7.5.1
Learn how to tap into the Eclipse-based nature of IBM Lotus Sametime V7.5.1. Create a plug-in that adds dictionary facilities to IBM Lotus Sametime Connect. Learn how to use the Dictionary and Thesaurus API for Java to add linguistic features to your Lotus Sametime client applications.
|30 May 2007|
|Building an acronym expander plug-in for IBM Lotus Sametime V7.5.1
Use extension points in IBM Lotus Sametime V7.5.1 to build a plug-in that allows you to show the expanded version of acronyms.
|19 Jun 2007|
|Working with plug-ins in IBM Lotus Sametime V7.5.1: Developing the BuddyNote plug-in
Building IBM Lotus Sametime on top of Lotus Expeditor lets you use Eclipse as a Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) to extend Lotus Sametime's functionality in many ways. This article, part 2 of a four-part series, shows how to develop the BuddyNote plug-in from scratch.
|17 Jul 2007|
|Leveraging user context in the IBM Lotus Notes V8 sidebar and toolbar
The new architecture of IBM Lotus Notes V8 enables visibility into what the user is doing at any given time. This article describes how to access this information and suggests ways in which it can be used to increase user productivity.
|24 Jul 2007|
|Integrating composite applications with activities in the IBM Lotus Notes V8 client
Learn how to create an Eclipse view component and how to add it to a new composite application in IBM Lotus Notes V8; the component uses the Activities API to create, read, update, and delete activities on an Activities server.
|31 Jul 2007|
|Using the Message Recall feature in IBM Lotus Notes and Domino V8
You asked for it, and now with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino V8 you have the ability to recall mail messages. Learn how the Message Recall feature works, how to configure and control it, and how to deploy it.
|07 Aug 2007|
|Deploying IBM Lotus Connections: Post-installation tuning
This article, part 2 in a seven-part series about deploying IBM Lotus Connections, focuses on post-installation tuning tips to ensure that your deployment does not suffer from common performance pitfalls. Learn from an expert on recommended practices to perform after the initial installation of Lotus Connections is complete.
|11 Sep 2007|
|IBM Lotus Notes V8 workloads: Taking performance to a new level
Learn about the IBM Lotus Notes/ Domino V8 enhancements to the NotesBench and Server.Load workloads. Three new workloads, N8Mail, N7Mail, and N8MailInit, demonstrate the typical tasks of a Lotus Notes user interacting with a Lotus Domino server.
|18 Sep 2007|
|IBM Lotus Expeditor restricted workbench: The lockdown service and associated native function
Learn about IBM Lotus Expeditor restricted workbench and discover how to prevent users from accessing applications and functions without specific permission from the administrator.
|18 Sep 2007|
|Integrating IBM Lotus Quickr Services with IBM Lotus Sametime
This document describes how to integrate IBM Lotus Quickr Services for Lotus Domino and Services for WebSphere Portal with IBM Lotus Sametime. Specifically, you learn how to integrate Services for Lotus Domino for awareness, chat, and online meetings and Services for WebSphere Portal for awareness and chat.
|05 Feb 2008|
|Integrating IBM Lotus Sametime with the IBM Lotus Connections REST service
Learn how to customize IBM Lotus Sametime Connect with your own team chat feature. This extension takes advantage of the profile information accessible from IBM Lotus Connections using REST service APIs.
|05 Feb 2008|
|Designing composite applications: Design patterns
Learn how to recognize and optimize the design patterns that occur when you develop composite applications.
|27 Jun 2008|
|Customizing themes in IBM Lotus Quickr services for IBM Lotus Domino 8.1
This white paper provides an overview of the default standard place theme used in IBM Lotus Quickr services for IBM Lotus Domino version 8.1, hereafter referred to as "Quickr 8.1." The paper examines the details you need to perform customizations of this theme, focusing on a description of the Quickr 8.1 theme and how it works, as well as how to create a custom theme based on the default theme. Also included is a description of skin components new to Quickr 8.1, as well as a brief section on customizing the home page.
|24 Oct 2008|
|Integrating CA (formerly Netegrity) SiteMinder 6.0 with IBM Lotus Connections 2.0
This white paper provides step-by-instructions on how to integrate CA (formerly Netegrity) SiteMinder 6.0 with IBM Lotus Connections 2.0 to provide your users with the security of a single sign-on environment.
|27 Oct 2008|
|Using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit 6.1.2 to develop a plug-in to extend IBM Lotus Sametime
This article shows you how to use the IBMÂ® LotusÂ® Expeditor toolkit to develop a plug-in to extend IBM Lotus SametimeÂ®. It also shows you how to run and debug this plug-in in the Lotus Expeditor toolkit and how to install the plug-in in Lotus Sametime.
|09 Dec 2008|
|Performance basics for IBM Lotus Notes developers
This white paper addresses the most important and most serious factors affecting IBM Lotus Notes and Domino application performance. It is intended for developers of Notes client applications, to help them maximize performance by identifying problem areas and by offering solutions.
|18 Dec 2008|
|Understanding single sign-on (SSO) between IBM
Lotus Domino and IBM WebSphere Portal
This white paper provides an in-depth explanation of how the single sign-on (SSO) feature works between IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Lotus Domino. Learn the basics of how cookies are written to―and used in―Internet browsers, how the cookies are used to enable SSO, and exactly what is in the token and why it's needed for SSO between two servers. Included are specific details of where the WebSphere Portal and Lotus Domino servers configure each part of the cookie used for SSO, the LTPAToken. Editor's Note: This white paper is the first in a three-part series on SSO to be published over the next few months. See the second paper, "Configuring single sign-on (SSO) between IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Lotus Domino."
|03 Feb 2009|
|Using Server.Load to evaluate and enhance IBM Lotus Domino server performance
The purpose of this white paper is to provide a method for using the IBM Lotus Domino Server.Load utility to evaluate and improve Domino Server performance for a given workload. Included are performance considerations for running Lotus Domino on Linux. Also presented is a detailed procedure for running the utility to evaluate the performance of Lotus Domino on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, for simulated workloads of 600 and 1200 users.
|25 Feb 2009|
|Administering IBM Lotus Quickr Services for Lotus Domino
This white paper explains how to use the various utilities of IBM Lotus Quickr Version 8.1 Services for Lotus Domino to administer the product. Learn how to manage places, how to use the QPTool to manage your Quickr environment, and how to obtain and apply a hot fix. It is intended for anyone who is a Quickr Domino Server Administrator.
|25 Feb 2009|
|Moving from Microsoft Outlook to IBM Lotus Notes for end users
This white paper is intended for former Microsoft Outlook users who have moved to IBM Lotus Notes 8. It describes the functionalities of Lotus Notes, mapping these features from those of Microsoft Outlook and describing how to customize Lotus Notes to deliver a user experience comparable with that of Microsoft Outlook.
|25 Feb 2009|
|Introducing the IBM Lotus Expeditor STable control widget
Learn about the “skinnable” table (STable) control widget, in which the color and font of the table, table body, and header match the style of an application, if the application is using a custom theme. It is one of the core components of IBM Lotus Notes 8 Java views. This article is for developers who want to understand what an STable can do and how they can build applications using STable widgets.
|30 Apr 2009|
|IBM Lotus Sametime 8 security features
This white paper describes the security features of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.0 software, including a discussion of authentication and encryption for each of the major functional units of Lotus Sametime.
|11 May 2009|
|Configuring single sign-on (SSO) between IBM
Lotus Domino and IBM WebSphere Portal
This paper is designed to help administrators who have a good grasp of how SSO works and want an in-depth explanation of what steps are necessary to configure SSO between IBM Lotus Domino and IBM WebSphere Portal. It also explains how to verify that SSO is working correctly. Editor's Note: This white paper is the second in a three-part series on SSO to be published over the next month or so. See the previous paper, "Understanding single sign-on (SSO) between IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Lotus Domino."
Also available in: Spanish
|19 Jun 2009|
|Integrating SPNEGO with IBM Lotus Sametime
Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiation Mechanism (SPNEGO) enables the single sign-on (SSO) mechanism for Microsoft Windows clients that are part of a Microsoft Active Directory Domain. This white paper explains the steps necessary to configure SSO for IBM Lotus Sametime Connect clients and IBM Lotus Notes clients integrated with IBM Lotus Sametime, using SPNEGO.
|25 Jun 2009|
|Integrating IBM Lotus Forms with IBM Lotus Domino
IBM® Lotus® Forms and IBM Lotus Domino® servers complement each other. Integrating these two products can yield a varied list of features for better application architecture. This article explains the various ways that you can integrate Lotus Forms with Lotus Domino and details the benefits that this integration brings.
|26 Jun 2009|
|Working with components in IBM Lotus Quickr 8.1, part 3: Exposing components as a custom Atom feed
This article, the third in a three-part series, demonstrates how to expose the IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ content (items) as a custom Atom feed. The new Atom feed can be used to fetch Lotus Quickr content from components such as task or announcement across all teamplaces to which the user belongs. The content can also be filtered based on any option field of the component, such as the priority field of the task component or the type field of the announcement component.
|29 Jun 2009|
|Mashup business scenarios and patterns: Part 2
This article is part 2 in a two-part series that discusses the relationship of usage and architectural patterns that can be used for deploying enterprise mashups to address business needs. This article addresses the solution architecture and the architectural patterns used to implement the business scenarios and usage patterns covered in the initial article, "Mashup business scenarios and patterns: Part 1."
|29 Jun 2009|
|Performance report: Alloy by IBM and SAP 1.0
This article reports on the performance of the IBM® components of the Alloy™ by IBM and SAP 1.0 software. Alloy by IBM and SAP 1.0 software simplifies your interaction with people, processes, and information by providing intuitive access to SAP software and information through the familiar IBM Lotus Notes®.
|29 Jun 2009|
|IBM Lotus Forms 3.0.1 integration with IBM DB2 9, part 2
This article is the second in a series that explores the XML capabilities of IBM® DB2 9 and integrates those capabilities with IBM Lotus® Forms by looking at retrieving the Lotus Form document in its XML native format from the database and embedding it in Java™ Server Pages (JSPs).
|29 Jun 2009|
|IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 server performance, part 2: iNotes performance
Improving input/output (I/O) performance is one of the major goals for IBM® Lotus® Domino® 8.5. The developerWorks® article "IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 performance for IBM Lotus Notes users" showed the impressive I/O reductions of Lotus Domino 8.5 with the Lotus Notes client. This article shows the I/O performance improvements of Lotus Domino 8.5 performance with Lotus iNotes® users. Lotus iNotes had been called Lotus Domino Web Access in the past; its name is iNotes in Lotus Domino 8.5.
|28 Jul 2009|
|Migrating from Microsoft Exchange and Outlook to IBM Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes 8 and later using Binary Tree's CMT
This white paper explains the detailed steps to migrate a Microsoft® Exchange® server and Outlook® client to IBM® Lotus® Domino® and Lotus Notes® with the help of Binary Tree's Common Migration Tool (CMT).
|12 Aug 2009|
|IBM Lotus Connections 2.5 Reviewer's Guide
This Reviewer's Guide provides an extensive overview of the latest version of IBM's social software, Lotus Connections 2.5, and its eight services: Home Page, Profiles, Activities, Blogs, Bookmarks, Communities, Files, and Wikis. In addition, this guide explains how to extend the features and functionalities of Lotus Connections to your existing applications.
|28 Aug 2009|
|Writing Java to build applications using IBM Lotus Domino Designer
The objective of the article is to help the traditional LotusScript developer, who typically has no hard-core development background, move to Java.
|31 Aug 2009|
|Customizing email notifications in IBM Lotus Connections 2.5
This white paper is a guide for personalizing the content and layout of the mail messages generated by IBM Lotus Connections 2.5.
|08 Sep 2009|
|Troubleshooting issues with IBM Lotus Sametime Servers
The intent of this white paper is to give you a better understanding of the different components of IBM Lotus Sametime 7.5.1 and 8.x servers and their environments, so you can better troubleshoot problems that may occur. We address both the stand-alone Sametime (chat or meeting) server as well as the Sametime Enterprise Meeting Server (EMS), which provides clustering, load balancing, and central administration for Sametime meeting servers.
|22 Sep 2009|
|Implementing common extension scenarios using IBM Lotus Web Content Management 6.1 APIs
The IBM Lotus Web Content Management (hereafter called “Web Content Management”) API provides an extension of standard features of Web Content Management. This article provides usage and solutions with code samples of the most common implementations carried out by customers using APIs. You can pick and choose the samples provided here, as is, to incorporate into your system.
|07 Oct 2009|
The Lotus Workflow documentation page lists product documentation, white papers, Redbooks, Redpapers, Redpieces, and additional documentation for supported versions of Lotus Workflow.
|08 Jan 2010|
|Mash active and archived data using IBM Mashup Center and Optim
For cost, operational efficiency, and regulatory requirements, enterprises are required to archive transactional data. But that data might still be useful for reporting purposes. This article shows how easily you can use IBM Mashup Center to modify a reporting mashup to combine data from a DB2(R) relational database with data that was archived using the Optim(TM) Data Growth Solution.
|21 Jan 2010|
|Managing custom fields using the REST document service in IBM Lotus Quickr 8.1.1 services for WebSphere Portal
This article introduces the Representational State Transfer (REST) document service's custom field support in IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ 8.1.1 services for IBM WebSphere® Portal, also called the Java™ 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) version of Lotus Quickr. We explain the concept of custom fields, discuss the programming model to manage custom fields with the Lotus Quickr REST document service, and demonstrate a business scenario for extending the core set of document attributes.
|23 Feb 2010|
|Administering IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 servers for beginners
This white paper provides a comprehensive overview of how to administer IBM Lotus Domino, explaining the fundamental components and terminology so that new administrators can feel familiar with the product. Specifically, we explain key features and functionalities such as the Notes.ini file, the Data Directory, IDs, server commands and documents, and server activities. Also included are discussions of server maintenance and NSDs.
|01 Mar 2010|
|Troubleshooting IBM Lotus Sametime and IBM Lotus Quickr integration issues
This white paper provides a step-by-step guide to isolating root causes of IBM Lotus Sametime and IBM Lotus Quickr integration issues, including the configuration areas to check, for example, Domino Names.nsf, QPconfig.xml, STconfig.nsf, and firewall settings. In addition, we provide relevant debug parameters specific to hosting IBM Lotus Domino Servers, Quickr Servers, and Sametime Servers, to help pinpoint where Sametime and Quickr integration configuration fails.
|02 Apr 2010|
|IBM LotusLive and IBM Lotus Sametime Unyte Meetings Plug-in
This white paper provides detailed information about the installation, configuration, and usage of the IBM Lotus Sametime Unyte and IBM LotusLive Meetings plug-ins available to use with your IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Sametime clients.
|27 May 2010|
|Mashups, beyond reporting
Developers of all kinds may occasionally find a need to build an application that makes simple updates to a database table. This article describes how to build an IBM Mashup Center widget that can display an HTML form that lets users update relational database tables. Optionally, you can quickly create your own mashup page by simply using the downloadable sample widget as is and supplying your own HTML form.
|19 Aug 2010|
|Developing a social networking iPhone application based on IBM Lotus Connections 2.5
IBM® developerWorks® recently introduced its first native iPhone application to the Apple Application Store, a great tool for users to explore and discover developerWorks content and community, connect with other IT professionals and subject matter experts, and seek out opportunities to share experience.
|12 Oct 2010|
|Multi-locale site management with IBM Workplace Web Content Management
Learn how to build a multi-locale solution for your Web site with IBM Workplace Web Content Management.
|16 Nov 2010|
|Your Co branding for IBM Lotus Sametime 8.0 and later using the Connect client
The IBM Lotus Sametime Connect client user interface can be customized with images, icons, logos, slogans, design schemes, and more. Users can brand the Lotus Sametime client to provide a unique and personal experience. A company can brand the Lotus Sametime client so that all employees see the company's branding when they use Lotus Sametime. This article describes installing and modifying a Lotus Sametime branding plug-in, using the branding plug-in of a fictitious company, Your Co.
|05 Jan 2011|
|Smarter collaboration for the education industry using Lotus
Connections, Part 2: Optimize assignment of students to research projects
Build a web application to optimize assignment of students to research project positions using data from a remote DB2 database, ILOG CPLEX for the optimization, and iWidgets in the browser-based client.
|08 Feb 2011|
|Smarter collaboration for the education industry using Lotus
Connections, Part 3: Use Profiles to share research interests and grant awards
|22 Feb 2011|
|IBM Lotus Quickr wiki
Learn how to use IBM Lotus Quickr, contribute to its product knowledge base, and collaborate with others. Find IBM Product Documentation and Learning Center materials, including how-to videos and getting started materials, and supplemental articles written by Lotus community members.
|17 Mar 2011|
|Lotus Notes wiki
Learn how to use IBM Lotus Notes, contribute to its product knowledge base, and collaborate with others. Find IBM Product Documentation and Learning Center materials, including how-to videos and getting started materials, and supplemental articles written by Lotus community members.
|23 Mar 2011|
|Lotus Domino wiki
Learn how to use IBM Lotus Domino, contribute to its product knowledge base, and collaborate with others. Find IBM Product Documentation and Learning Center materials, including how-to videos and getting started materials, and supplemental articles written by Lotus community members.
|23 Mar 2011|
|IBM Mashup Center
IBM Mashup Center is a powerful tool aimed at gaining insight and sharing information by rapidly assembling and visualizing data. This article shares some of the essential "need-to-know" tips we have collected in our experience with the product. In the first article in the series, we reviewed the components of IBM Mashup Center and some terminology, and then provided you with nine practical tips on working with feeds and building Data Mashups. Whereas the previous article focused on the "data site" of a mashup, in this this article we'll cover the presentation layer of a mashup - the "Mashup Builder". This article applies to Mashup Center version 2 and version 3.
|13 Oct 2011|
|Enabling communication between IBM WebSphere Process Server and IBM WebSphere Portal via command line operations
Learn how to enable SSO and generate LTPA tokens between IBM WebSphere Process Server and an IBM WebSphere Portal server in cross-cell mode; that is, via command line operations (silent mode). Included is a detailed example .zip file with python scripts.
|24 Feb 2012|
|Creating an IBM Lotus Quickr cleanup utility
Learn how to create a cleanup utility to delete unused/empty folders (and memory space) from IBM Lotus Quickr 8.1 for WebSphere Portal, using the Quickr Web services API, to help improve Quickr's performance.
|24 Feb 2012|
|Integrating IBM Connections with IBM Lotus Quickr for Domino
This article presents a detailed scenario for integrating IBM Connections 3.0.1 with IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5.1 for Domino. It can help you show a user’s Profile from Quickr, publish an Activity attachment to Quickr, and create a community with a Quickr Teamspace.
|24 Feb 2012|
|Leveraging Reverse AJAX in IBM WebSphere Portal 7.0 using Dojo CometD and Web messaging service
This article provides a hands-on exercise to leverage Reverse AJAX in portlets using Dojo CometD foundation and the Web messaging service component of the Feature Pack for Web 2.0. It demonstrates a scenario in which an open channel is kept between a client's browser and the IBM® WebSphere® Portal server so that WebSphere Portal can push updates to the client as soon as they are available.
|24 Feb 2012|
|Performance management tools for IBM WebSphere Portal
This document details the tooling that was used during a recent performance-related customer engagement. It describes the tools and how they were used to evaluate IBM WebSphere Portal 7 performance / problem determination issues.
|06 Mar 2012|
|IBM Sametime Unified Telephony: User provisioning for reliability testing
This article describes the process used by IBM's Sametime United Telephony (SUT) Systems Verification Test (SVT) team to generate test users for reliability test cases.
|06 Mar 2012|
|Integrating Java desktop applications with IBM Sametime using the Sametime Proxy Server
|19 Mar 2012|
|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.
|19 Mar 2012|
|Configuring and deploying IBM Lotus Domino v8 Off-Line Services (DOLS) for IBM Lotus iNotes
Learn how to configure and deploy the IBM Lotus iNotes (formerly known as IBM Lotus Domino Web Access) with IBM Lotus Domino 8.x and 8.5.x Off-Line Services (DOLS), including how to archive locally and how to use DOLS on clustered mail servers. This white paper focuses on how to implement DOLS functionality, covering best practices and tips for planning the DOLS deployment.
|19 Mar 2012|
|IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator solutions for IBM Connections real-world scenarios
The intent of this article is to give you an insight into the real-world scenarios occurring with IBM Connections 3.0.1 with respect to IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator (TDI) scripts and user population. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with basic concepts of TDI and its corresponding usage in IBM Connections Profiles population activity. For details on setting up TDI and IBM Connections 3.0.1, refer to the IBM Connections 3.0.1 product documentation topic, “Configuring Tivoli Directory Integrator.”
|07 May 2012|
|IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 IIM / Launchpad / FirstSteps at a glance: Installing WebSphere Portal and Portal Express
This article is aimed at first-time users of IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0, introducing some key functions and best practices, and briefly looks at IBM Installation Manager (IIM), WebSphere Portal 8.0 Launchpad.
|09 May 2012|
|Getting started with IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5.1 for Domino
This article outlines the steps for installing IBM® Lotus Quickr 8.5.1 for Domino on Microsoft Windows. For additional details and installation steps on other operating systems, review the product documentation topic, "Installing and upgrading."
|10 May 2012|
|IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service: Why optimizing transaction logging matters
In this white paper we discuss the technical reasons why the IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) needs Domino transaction logging as a pre-requisite and describe how to configure transaction logging to best meet the needs of DAOS.
|23 May 2012|
|Measuring the distribution and skew of transaction response times for IBM Enterprise application datasets
This white paper describes our analysis and approach to measuring the distribution of transaction times during a five-day workload run of the IBM Lotus Domino, IBM SmartCloud Engage, and IBM Lotus Quickr for Domino Enterprise applications and provides a qualitative assessment of each dataset.
|29 May 2012|
|Behind-the-scenes look at ZK Spreadsheet for IBM Lotus Domino Designer XPages
Learn how ZK and ZK Spreadsheet are integrated into IBM Lotus Domino Designer XPages. This white paper explains the concepts and implementation of ZK, ZK Spreadsheet, and XPages.
|29 May 2012|
|Configuring IBM Tivoli Access Manager / WebSEAL transparent junctions to work with an IBM Sametime environment
Single sign-on (SSO) enables users to log in to one application of IBM Sametime and switch to other applications and resources without having to authenticate again. There are several different ways to configure SSO. This procedure describes one approach, in which we use an IBM WebSphere® Application Server Lightweight Third-party Authentication (LTPA) key and WebSEAL transparent junctions.
|06 Jun 2012|
|Using a Notes.ini file's automatic backup utility
Learn how to set up a Notes.ini backup utility for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino, which takes the backup of the Notes.ini file, whenever there was a change on the file. The backup copy would be the copy of the Notes.ini file, without that change.
|13 Jun 2012|
|Document search by integrating IBM Forms Experience Builder view responses with Ajax Solr
|13 Jun 2012|
|A lightweight framework to track and manage IBM Sametime client plug-ins
It sometimes makes sense to leave users completely in charge of their workstations, giving them complete latitude on installation and product and software versions. However, it can turn into an IT administration headache when direct management is required, for example, to make sure that a certain component has been brought to a required service-pack level to ensure compatibility with a company server. This is particularly true for modular client software such the IBM® Sametime® client which, through its underlying Eclipse and Lotus® Expeditor platform, offers infinite customization possibilities through the addition of new plug-ins or extension of existing ones. To mitigate this problem, this article describes and implements a lightweight and extensible framework to track and manage the configuration information of the Sametime client and plug-ins inside an organization.
|21 Jun 2012|