Customizing Web content portals using IBM Lotus Web Content Management 6.1.5

This white paper provides a brief overview of the various types of customizations seen in typical IBM WebSphere Portal and Lotus Web Content Management 6.1.5 projects, including best practices for when to use, how to develop, and how to deploy these artifacts.

Thomas Spillecke (thomas.spillecke@de.ibm.com), IT Specialist, IBM Software Services for Lotus, IBM

Thomas SpilleckeThomas Spillecke works as a Consultant for IBM Solution Services. He has planned and implemented many projects with WebSphere Portal and Web Content Manager, combining out-of-the-box features, JEE artifacts, HTML, and JavaScript to create unique Web presentations. Thomas leads the Portal Solutions Competency within Solution Services in Germany. You can contact him at thomas.spillecke@de.ibm.com.



Johannes Langer (johannes.langer@de.ibm.com), IT Specialist, IBM

Johannes Langer photoJohannes Langer is a Lotus Services Consultant working for IBM in Germany, focusing on WebSphere Portal and Web technology, and is one of the leaders within the IBM Web Content Manager community. He has more than six years experience in providing solutions for WebSphere Portal and Web Content Manager. He can be reached at johannes.langer@de.ibm.com.



27 July 2011

This white paper provides a brief overview of the various types of customizations seen in typical IBM WebSphere® Portal and Lotus® Web Content Management 6.1.5 projects, including best practices for when to use, how to develop, and how to deploy these artifacts.

In this white paper

  • Introduction
  • Developing for WCM
  • Themes and skins
  • Rendering JSPs
  • JavaScript and AJAX
  • Custom workflow actions
  • Deployment best practices
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • About the authors

Downloads

DescriptionNameSize
White paper in PDF formatCustomizingWebContentPortalsFinal.pdf2,684 KB
Sample RAD workspace in ZIP formatprojects.zip3,465 KB

Resources

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