WAS Next for WebSphere 7

WAS Next for WebSphere 7

The question still remains for IBM: When is WebSphere App Server 7 coming out? The response is still the same:...

WAS 6.1 install on Fedora

WAS 6.1 install on Fedora

I am currently installing WebSphere Application Server 6.1 on Fedora Core 6. Just some tips on this: If you are...

Importing XML Schema file for xmlAccess scripts

Importing XML Schema file for xmlAccess scripts

If you are new to WebSphere Portal, and setting up a test/staging /production environment, then you should closely familiarize yourself...

Interesting Article on JBOSS and WebSphere Community Edition

Interesting Article on JBOSS and WebSphere Community Edition

We’ve all been wondering what’s going on with WebSphere App Server’s near glacial release cycle, which IBM has indicated that...

Precompiling the Portal JSPs

Precompiling the Portal JSPs

When you first start Portal 6 up (or Portal 5.1 for that matter), no matter what gear you are running...

Troubleshooting the Portal configuration

Troubleshooting the Portal configuration

In looking at the troubleshooting section of the Portal 6 infocenter, I ran across a good troubleshooting article. http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=688&context=SSHRKX&q1=enable-security-wmmur-ldap&uid=swg27008792&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&lang=en To...

Portal Security Overview

Portal Security Overview

This is a very informative article on how WebSphere Portal security works. It also does a great job of explaining...

Stopping WebSphere Gracefully on an iSeries

Stopping WebSphere Gracefully on an iSeries

This is a question I get frequently from new customers running WebSphere Application Server, and its a good question as...

Transferring a Portal Database to DB2

Transferring a Portal Database to DB2

Portal installs out of the box using Cloudscape (a.k.a. Apache Derby). Needles to say, this is not a scalable database,...

Adding an ID attribute to a HATS component

Adding an ID attribute to a HATS component

In JavaScript and CSS its very helpful for an element to have an id attribute (not just a class attribute)....

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