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WebSphere Journal recently interviewed Doug Wilson, distinguished engineer and CTO of IBM's Lotus Software Division in Westford, Massachusetts. Part 2 of this interview addresses Eclipse and other topics, with concluding remarks by WebSphere Portal IT architect Richard Gornitsky about ...
WebSphere Application Server for z/OS is a comprehensive and sophisticated J2EE application server platform. It integrates with the IBM's zSeries portfolio of hardware and z/OS software assets and exploits the qualities of service of the platform such as close proximity to data, intens...
Part 1 of this article illustrated how to use WBI Modeler 5.1 to model a business process. We used the example of a simple 'Web Order' business process and showed how it can be modeled in a BPEL-compliant mode. The artifacts created in Part 1 were exported into the file system for use ...
Each month, as we reach the end of the publication cycle for the print version of WebSphere Journal, a conversation ensues about the nature of this column, 'Final Thoughts.' What should it be, who should write it, should it address daily reality or long-term thinking, how technical sho...
One of the great advantages of the WebSphere software platform is that it's been built with a great deal of flexibility. A product simply wouldn't bear the WebSphere name if there weren't several different ways to do things. WebSphere Portal Server is no exception. With the release of ...
A lot has been said about the opportunities presented by service-oriented architectures (SOAs), especially their ability to enable business flexibility in an interoperable, technology-agnostic manner. But little has been said about verifying the functional quality of these SOA applicat...
In the last Pro-Spective we detailed the benefits of IBM's Workplace Web Content Management (WebCM) solution and its powerful integration with IBM's WebSphere Portal Server. Many of you may already have another Web content management solution but are interested in migrating to WebCM to...
The amazing thing is that anything gets done at all. Software architects and developers, analysts and administrators, and C-level executives all share this core belief, whether they publicly state it or not. As we approach the summer months, one thinks of weekends in the Hamptons or th...
This article describes how to install and use IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) on Unix systems (chiefly Sun Solaris but most of the information is generally applicable). It's for Unix system administrators who must support WebSphere in an enterprise or production context.