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In the past, corporate intranets were built from the ground up with various tools and technologies. Some companies hoped to establish a solution that would not only address a current problem but be flexible enough to handle future expansion.
As chief architect of e-Business Integration Solutions for IBM Global Services, Kerrie Holley turns business requirements into cutting-edge network solutions. Holley, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, was honored for his contributions to IBM when he received the Chairman's Award at the 20...
Software errors cause not only system functionality problems, but also delayed releases, budget overruns, decreased development team productivity, and blemished corporate reputations. Errors are especially serious when they occur in code built upon WebSphere, which is typically at the ...
As software development projects become increasingly complex, coordinating the defect resolution process becomes critical.
In October 2002, when IBM CEO Sam Palmisano ushered in the new age of on-demand computing to a group of 300 customers, some asked whether the on-demand initiative was just more marketing hype - or a fundamental change in the way customers will view computing in the future. The answer i...
Another month has passed, and I have been hearing from an awful lot of readers lately on the topics of deflation and the general condition of the economy as it relates to enterprise software. To answer their questions requires that we take a quick survey of the economy. The rea...
The J2EE security model provides a built-in security concept based on roles provided by deployment descriptors. The deployment descriptors contain elements that allow us to map users or groups of users to specific roles (this information is used to authenticate the user) - and to speci...
This article will introduce you to the powerful remote debugging features of WebSphere Studio Application Developer 5.0 and show you how to debug a J2EE application deployed in a remote application server.
The Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF) is an architecture and programming model that - unlike today's most popular Web services APIs, JAX-RPC and JAXM - supports RPC and messaging invocation of Web services in a single programming model.
During a recent EAI project, it came to my attention that it is difficult to find documentation on the topic of installing Oracle into WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) and WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 5.0. This article will attempt to expedite the search for this inf...