A comprehensive list of recommended, generally available (GA) fixes for IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager server version 8.5
Lots of updates for IBM ConnectED! Per the site, “In 2015, IBM Connect will transform into an even more in-depth technical event, “IBM ConnectED” that provides the deep ‘nuts and bolts’ technical experience that is so important to our long-standing technical community.” I am very excited about this, as the technical content is why I go to Connect/Lotusphere.
Delivering an exceptional web experience also means providing an exceptional search experience for users and customers of a website. Finding the right information is not only a matter of good relevance, but also providing effective targeting and navigation of the search results. The session will explain the features of WebSphere Portal Search and how to best integrate the search services with WebSphere Portal, Web Content Manager, and social collaboration applications such as IBM Connections along with Tips and Tricks to utilise the best of it.
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Web Application Integrator for IBM WebSphere Portal is a solution which allows external web applications to be integrated with WebSphere Portal. It allows Portal customers to further leverage their investment in Portal by using it to access to web applications, like Quickr.
Why is WebAppIntegrator solution unique?
Typically, when an external web application like Lotus Quickr is integrated with Portal, two approaches are considered: either write a set of portlets that expose the web app’s UI/functionality or use Portal’s web clipper portlet (an iFrame based portlet). WebAppIntegrator offers a third approach. It is particularly attractive because:
1. No portlet development is required to implement this integration since it does not use portlets at runtime. Portal administrators, in concert with the internal web application owner, can do this integration.
2. It does not use an iFrame. Consequently, the viewing area of the web application is not constrained in any way (i.e. no iFrame scroll bars).
Integration is achieved in three simple steps.
Quality of search today and in general is based primarily on the relevance scoring methods within the Portal Search component. It applies standard relevance calculation provided by the underlying open source Lucene search engine (http://http://lucene.apache.org//. In general terms based on standard scoring – “tf x idf”(term frequency times inverted document frequency). What is not taken into respect is the structure of information provided in a \’document\’, e.g. whether a keyword is also found in the \’title\’ or any other structural element of the document. Typically one would assume that when a keyword appears in the title, that this keyword is significant for this document opposed to that same keyword appearing in other documents but then only in its regular body text. This article describes what search quality tuning options are available.
A comprehensive list of recommended, generally available (GA) fixes for IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager server version 8.0
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WebSphere Portal is vulnerable to unauthorized access to user directory