Johnson Liu is a Software Engineer with IBM Software Group in the United States. For IBM Case Manager, he developed various early training workshops, white papers, and code samples. Johnson has expertise and supports customers in the areas of widget development, user interface, and solution deployment and conversion. Johnson has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California Irvine in Business Information Management.
Here are some great benefits that IBM Case Manager V5.2 brings in the realm of widgets and solution customization:
1. Streamlined custom widget development and deployment
IBM Case Manager V5.2 provides a streamlined way to deploy and register a custom widget package with the IBM Case Manager Configuration Tool and the IBM Case Manager Administration Client. The development process for a custom widget can be streamlined with Apache Ant build scripts and with the use of Dojo lifecycle and AMD practices.
3. Widget events and wiring
4. Page Designer
Page Designer now allows the user to edit widget settings, drag and drop custom widgets to the page, and wire widgets when the user is designing the solution. With multi-user editing, users can edit different pages independently.
5. Custom actions, script actions, and script adapters
There are various customization scenarios that involve simple custom scripts in the custom actions, script actions, and script adapters in IBM Case Manager. These simple customizations are covered in the IBM Case Manager V5.2 redbook, but allow various levels of customization to a solution.
More examples of cases and industry applications are outlined in Chapter 2 of the IBM Case Manager 5.2 Redbooks publication.
For IBM Case Manager V5.2 related blog posts, see:
The world of widgets and development topics for IBM Case Manager V5.2
- Jump start case management solution development with IBM Case Manager Tools
For IBM Case Manager V5.2 Redbooks publication, see:
- Advanced Case Management with IBM Case Manager (draft is now available!)
For other references:
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