The very prolific Charlie Price from IBM has released another IBM Connections step-by-step user guide. This time is for a medium deployment on Linux.
You can find the file here
The excellent Chad Scott from IBM has published a guide on how to set up a small deployment of Connections 5.5 with 5 servers. It’s very useful for production environments, when you want to set up something more complex than a single machine install.
The file is here in the Socially Integrated community on DeveloperWorks; together with the doc there are some videos that show some of the various steps of the installation, you can find the videos here.
I have been issued an IBM Badge as Certification Exam Developer
Here is the presentation me and Martti Garden gave at Connect
IBM has just released this Support flash.
Users using IBM Connections Mobile will stop receiving Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) notifications after the certificates expire on 1/29/2016.
Download the iFix for your server version and apply. Some releases require a prerequisite iFix and the links for those are included.
I wrote a guide for the installation and deployment of Surveys in Connections 5.5
You can find it here
He did it again ! 🙂
The excellent Charlie Price from IBM has published another very useful guide.
IBM Connections 5.5 Cognos Integration
If you plan to install Cognos in your Connections environment you definitely need this document.
If you are about to install IBM Connections 5.5 you definitely need this guide, written by the excellent Charlie Price of IBM.
Is in the “Socially Integrated” community on IBM DeveloperWorks.
I installed the required fixes ( 126.96.36.199-IC-Multi-IFLO87330, 188.8.131.52-IC-News-IFLO87487, 184.108.40.206-IC-Common-IFLO87469, 220.127.116.11-IC-Multi-UPDI-20151224 ) in my Connections 5.5 installation.
After doing this, I log in to Connections and I see this
As you can imagine I had a moment of panic. Why on earth has the UI reverted back to 5.0 ?
Thanks to the excellent Charlie Price of IBM I found the solution: go in C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer\profiles\AppSrv01\temp and delete everything in there; clear your browser cache and at the next log in everything will be back to normal 🙂