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Implementing and Administering WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.2.2

Implementing and Administering WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.2.2

By: Geert Van de Putte; Andreas Eggenschwiler; Alicia Harvey; Manuel Carlos Rodriguez Alvarez-Querol; Satyavani Suryadevara; Francois van der Merwe

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-JUL-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication describes the big phases in a business integration project. First, we discuss the planning and system design phase for a business integration infrastructure that should be able to support several business integration projects. When the planning and design is complete, we discuss the implementation of several run-time engines of a WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.2.2 implementation. We also cover the implementation steps for a development environment and an administration environment. The next phase is the development and testing of a...

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Student Edition: WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries V5.0

Student Edition: WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries V5.0

By: Aleksandr V. Nartovich; Wilfried Blankertz; John Dell'Oso; Pentti Rasanen; Claus Weiss; Larry Riggins; Diane Wolff; Todd Kelsey

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 15-JUL-2004

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IBM has created several host access products. One of the newest additions to this family of products is the IBM WebFacing Tool. The IBM WebFacing Tool is packaged as part of WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries (Development Studio Client). It converts existing data description specifications (DDS) into Java artifacts that are deployed in an application server, such as, WebSphere Application Server. The advantage of using the IBM WebFacing Tool is that existing IBM eServer iSeries applications require no or few modifications. These applications are accessible from both the Web and...

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Keeping Commerce Applications Updated: WebSphere Commerce 5.1 to 5.6 Migration Guide

Keeping Commerce Applications Updated: WebSphere Commerce 5.1 to 5.6 Migration Guide

By: Hernan Cunico; Andrew Hays; Steve Insley; Nicolai Nielsen; Drake Philbrook; Sanjeev Sharma; Khurram Wyne

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 24-AUG-2004

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Migrating complex applications, such as IBM WebSphere Commerce sites, demands a lot of effort and preparation. This IBM Redbooks publication guides you through the process of migrating WebSphere Commerce Suite V5.1 applications. It presents a migration strategy, discusses the planning and migration tools that are involved, and explains the production and development environments. This book covers migration from VisualAge for Java V3.5.2 and WebSphere Commerce Studio V5.1 to WebSphere Studio Application Developer V5.1.1, which is included in WebSphere Commerce Developer V5.6, on the...

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Develop and Deploy a Secure Portal Solution Using WebSphere Portal V5 and Tivoli Access Manager V5.1

Develop and Deploy a Secure Portal Solution Using WebSphere Portal V5 and Tivoli Access Manager V5.1

By: John Ganci; Hinrich Boog; Melanie Fletcher; Brett Gordon; Ashwin Manekar; Normunds Saumanis; Kai Schwidder; Jonas Tingeborn

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-AUG-2004

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Portals provide a personalized single point of access to applications, content, and processes through a Web interface. Secure portal solutions are needed to address common security challenges such as authentication, authorization, and single sign-on. This IBM Redbooks publication and sample code will provide IT architects, developers, IT specialists, and administrators with the critical knowledge to design, develop, deploy, and manage a secure portal solution using IBM Tivoli Access Manager V5.1.0.2 and IBM WebSphere Portal V5.0.2.1. Part 1, "Introduction to secure portal...

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WebSphere Portal Express and Express Plus V5 for the IBM eServer iSeries Server

WebSphere Portal Express and Express Plus V5 for the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Aleksandr Nartovich; Marcela Adan; Nadeem Ahmed; Bob Cancilla; Rafal Jablonski; Nitin Raut; Patrick Wildt; Stefan Witte; Henk Wurtz

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 12-AUG-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication provides extensive information about IBM WebSphere Portal - Express for Multiplatforms V5.0.2 (WebSphere Portal Express). It is designed to help system administrators, application developers, and IT consultants install and use this product on the IBM eServer iSeries platform. It presents an overview of each part of WebSphere Portal and related products to help you fully understand the place and significance of each product in overall picture. Most of the information in the book is described based on scenarios. This approach provides the best way for you to...

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Using BPEL Processes in WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation Business Process Integration and Supply Chain Solutions

Using BPEL Processes in WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation Business Process Integration and Supply Chain Solutions

By: William Moore; Jason Collier; John Mount; Naveen Sachdeva; Craig Spiteri; Darryl Whyatt

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 24-SEP-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication examines business process integration using Business Process Choreographer to build solutions that help to streamline the supply chain process. We provide a sample scenario that integrates business processes to streamline a supply chain showing how suppliers and customers can use global repositories to synchronize data. The sample scenario discussed in this publication was initially implemented using WebSphere Application Server Enterprise Process Choreographer to aggregate and transform supplier product data. Data is then published to a global repository using...

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Mastering the IBM WebFacing Tool

Mastering the IBM WebFacing Tool

By: Heikki Arhippainen; Mel Bakhshi; Wilfried Blankertz; Alison Butterill; Naho Fujimura; Aleksandr Nartovich

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-OCT-2004

Insert Date: 24-JUL-2012

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The IBM WebFacing Tool, part of IBM WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries, is one of the most important tools for IBM eServer iSeries developers. It facilitates quick conversion of existing host applications into Web applications. WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries comes in two editions, Standard and Advanced, each of which support a different level of features. WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries Advanced Edition V 5.1.2 introduces support for system screens for the WebFacing applications. This new feature removes one of the biggest limitations of...

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Highly Available WebSphere Business Integration Solutions

Highly Available WebSphere Business Integration Solutions

By: Alicia Harvey; Rob Convery; Carlos Flores; Yvonne Hille; Sriram Madapura; Arnold Shoon

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-SEP-2004

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Your company has customers on five continents and in every time zone in this on-demand world. Applications throughout the Enterprise run non-stop to support your business. 7x24x365. Or, maybe it is 5x12. If you're going to satisfy your uptime requirement, high availability is an important part of your system design. This IBM Redbooks publication examines valuable design and implementation considerations involved in deploying your highly available WebSphere Business Integration solution, and details the design, implementation, and execution of a sample HA WebSphere Business Integration...

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WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 for z/OS

WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 for z/OS

By: Sabine Holl; Simon Chan; Edward McCarthy; Dale Sue Ping; Thomas Weinzettl

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-NOV-2004

Insert Date: 17-JUL-2012

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This IBM Redbooks publication helps you install and configure WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 on zOS. We describe the new Programming Model Extensions, their functionality and our experience deploying applications which use these new functions. Chapter 1, "Introduction to WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 for z/OS" on page 1, presents an overview of the product and why to use it on z/OS . Part 1, "Setting up the environment” on page 21 describes setting up WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 for z/OS in two scenarios. Part 2,...

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WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 Handbook

WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1 Handbook

By: Peter Kovari; Lisa Boardman; Giles Dring; Richard Johnson; Hirotake Kitabayashi; Salman Moghal; Raphael Mueller; Sudhakar Nagarajan; Yu Zeng

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 12-NOV-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication describes the technical details of WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation and discusses using WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition for application development. It provides valuable information for system administrators, developers and architects about the products covered. This book specifically focuses on WebSphere Process Choreographer and on solutions implementing it. Part 1, “Architecting a WebSphere Enterprise solution” includes high-level details about WebSphere solutions using WebSphere Business Integration...

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Document Management Using WebSphere Portal V5.0.2 and DB2 Content Manager V8.2

Document Management Using WebSphere Portal V5.0.2 and DB2 Content Manager V8.2

By: John Ganci; Leonard Fox; James Hutton; Thomas Jensen; Andrzej Stec; Eric Zhang

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 25-OCT-2004

Insert Date: 17-JUL-2012

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This IBM Redbooks publication and sample code provide IT Architects, IT Specialists, and Developers with the critical knowledge to design, develop, deploy, and manage a portal based document management system using IBM WebSphere Portal V5.0.2 and IBM DB2 Content Manager V8.2. In Part 1, “Introduction to document management”, we introduce key concepts of a document management system and highlight the solution software products and versions. Next we take an in-depth look into the architecture and design guidelines for the runtime and development environment topologies,...

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WebSphere for z/OS Connectivity Architectural Choices

WebSphere for z/OS Connectivity Architectural Choices

By: Tamas Vilaghy; Mariangela Cecchetti; Mitch Johnson; Frank P Jones; John Kettner; Fabio Riva

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-DEC-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication illustrates the architectural choices you have when designing an information technology (IT) infrastructure with IBM WebSphere Application Server for z/OS and one or more back-end systems. This book shows you the pros and cons of using WebSphere Application Server with CICS, IMS, IBM WebSphere MQ and DB2. Actually a presentation guide you can use, this book comes with presentation foils included in the additional material. This material helps clients, potential clients and IBM staff to visualize high-level solutions. For each connectivity choice we discuss...

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BPEL4WS Business Processes with WebSphere Business Integration: Understanding, Modeling, Migrating

BPEL4WS Business Processes with WebSphere Business Integration: Understanding, Modeling, Migrating

By: Martin Keen; Jonathan Cavell; Sarah Hill; Chee Keong Kee; Wendy Neave; Bradley Rumph; Hoang Tran

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-DEC-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication introduces the industry open standard for business processes: Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS), focusing on the use of BPEL4WS throughout the WebSphere Business Integration product set. Part One introduces the BPEL4WS standard and presents appropriate usage scenarios. The heritage of BPEL4WS as the next generation of Web services and service-oriented architecture is discussed, along with a detailed description of BPEL4WS components. Part Two describes how WebSphere Business Integration Modeler can be used to create high level...

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WebSphere Portal Collaboration Security Handbook

WebSphere Portal Collaboration Security Handbook

By: Budi Darmawan; Andri Firtiyan; Charles Price Jr.

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-DEC-2004

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Security is the hottest topic in the current Web-centric computing environment. This issue becomes the single largest concern for IT professionals who are stakeholders for Web applications, such as administrators, programmers, and users. In this IBM Redbooks publication, we discuss this security issue with the implementation of IBM WebSphere Portal Extend for Multiplatforms in an IBM Lotus collaborative environment. This discussion is scenario-based and aims to assist in the deployment of WebSphere Portal with Lotus Collaborative Components in a secure implementation. We describe several...

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Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL

Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL

By: Benedict Gaster; Lee Howes; David R. Kaeli; Perhaad Mistry; Dana Schaa

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann

Publication Date: 30-SEP-2011

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Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL teaches OpenCL and parallel programming for complex systems that may include a variety of device architectures: multi-core CPUs, GPUs, and fully-integrated Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) such as AMD Fusion technology. Designed to work on multiple platforms and with wide industry support, OpenCL will help you more effectively program for a heterogeneous future. Written by leaders in the parallel computing and OpenCL communities, this book will give you hands-on OpenCL experience to address a range of fundamental parallel algorithms. The authors...

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WebSphere Business Integration Server Express The Express Route to Business Integration

WebSphere Business Integration Server Express The Express Route to Business Integration

By: Bill Moore; Knut Inge Buset; Dennis Higgins; Wagner Palmieri; Mads Pedersen; Joerg Wende; Alison Wong

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-FEB-2005

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This IBM Redbooks publication provides guidance for IT specialists and architects who are implementing enterprise application integration (EAI) projects for small and medium businesses. It provides best practices and advice for all levels of an EAI solution, including design, implementation and deployment using the WebSphere Business Integration Server Express. This book discusses types of application integration, such as data level (information) integration, application logic (API) integration and process integration, and considers different EAI architectures such as brokers or...

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WebSphere Business Integration for SAP

WebSphere Business Integration for SAP

By: Saida Davies; Khirallah Birkler; Niall Cargill; Tino Friedemann; Reinhard Heite; Tony Shan; Sudha Chandra Veerni; Torsten Wilms

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 30-DEC-2004

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The need to integrate heterogeneous environments without replacing existing IT infrastructures is growing more and more. Standard application providers offer a wide range of business applications, running on different platforms, and implemented in different languages. A sophisticated Enterprise Service Architecture is required to overcome the challenges implied by such a heterogeneous infrastructure and make the whole enterprise controllable. The WebSphere Business Integration architecture provides different Integration brokers and a multitude of application and technology adapters. It is...

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Maximum Performance with WebSphere Application Server V5.1 on iSeries

Maximum Performance with WebSphere Application Server V5.1 on iSeries

By: Luis Aused; Maggie Biggs; Andreas Hagger; Chris Larsen; Elena Lowery; Aleksandr Nartovich; Petri Nuutinen

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 25-JAN-2005

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There may be several different reasons why you want to read this book. Perhaps you are currently experiencing a performance issue with an application. Or, you may be designing and developing a new application that you want to deploy on the IBM WebSphere Application Server running on the IBM eServer iSeries server. This IBM Redbooks publication helps you to gain a solid understanding of the factors that can affect the performance of the Java and WebSphere applications running on the iSeries server. As a deployment platform, the iSeries architecture combined with Java and the WebSphere...

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WebSphere Portal V5.0 Production Deployment and Operations Guide

WebSphere Portal V5.0 Production Deployment and Operations Guide

By: Rufus Credle; Jerry Dancy; David Eyerman; Simon Fredrickson; Stefan Liesche; Marcos Lohmann; Carlos Santos

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 09-FEB-2005

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This IBM Redbooks publication contains best practices for deployment and operational support of WebSphere Portal V5 in a production environment. It addresses the questions on how to initially deploy WebSphere Portal. After you have deployed WebSphere Portal, you can use the operational best practices described in this book for themes, skins, pages, and portlet updates in a 24/7 enterprise. This book discusses the common notations for WebSphere Portal operational architecture and terminology. The architectures described in this book are examples used to present WebSphere Portal operation...

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WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Concepts, Planning, and Design Guide

WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Concepts, Planning, and Design Guide

By: Jan Bajerski; Davide Barillari; Libor Cada; Susan Hanson; Guo Liang Huang; Rispna Jain; Shishir Narain; Jennifer Ricciuti; Christian Steege

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 25-JUN-2012

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides information about the concepts, planning, and design of IBM WebSphere® Application Server V8.5 environments. The target audience of this book is IT architects and consultants who want more information about the planning and design of application-serving environments, from small to large, and complex implementations. This book addresses the packaging and features in WebSphere Application Server V8.5, and highlights the most common implementation topologies. It provides information about planning for specific tasks and components that conform to the...