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WebSphere application integration zone

WebSphere application integration products integrate data, applications, processes, and people across and beyond the enterprise to leverage existing IT investments.

Integrating human task handling in a virtual WebSphere Portal and WebSphere Process Server environment

The Unified Task List is one option to extend a WebSphere Portal environment to a business process portal. Using examples from a real customer project, this article shows how to use the Unified Task List to integrate a virtual portal environment and script the configuration.  More >

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