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  1. Cloud Hosting: Handling Hardware Decommissions

    Did you receive the dreaded email with "Action Required: Evacuation of PODs"? We all thought that if you put your server in the cloud, that you no longer have to worry about hardware upgrades as the provider takes care of all that. So why did you get that email?

    Written on: Jun 12, 2018    Author: Philip Cheshire

  2. Customizing Connections 6 Series: Setting up for CSS Customization

    A quick introduction to making CSS changes in IBM Connections 6.

    Written on: Feb 15, 2018    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: development, customization, connections, developer

  3. Adding New Button for WCM Version 9

    After installing WebSphere Portal 9, the new button is not available in WCM Authoring Portlet.

    Written on: Feb 15, 2018    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: development, customization, connections, developer

  4. Managing WebSphere Portal using systemd

    Anyone who has done admin work on a Linux system in the past few years knows that for 99% of installs today you will be using an OS that has replaced the traditional init system with systemd.

    Written on: Jan 26, 2017    Author: Ryan Mullett

    Filed under: portal, websphere

  5. WCM Quick Hits: Accessing ibmPortalConfig from Angular

    While developing a single page Angular application that we were using within the WCM Script Portlet (Script Application in newer CF levels)...

    Written on: Jan 24, 2017    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: developer, wcm, quickhits

  6. Kenexa Learning

    I was recently invited to attend a Kenexa Enablement/Partner training, and at the time I did not have very much knowledge of Kenexa, I just remember hearing about it when it was acquired by IBM.  With the majority of my experience in the WebSphere...

    Written on: Jan 10, 2017    Author: Billy McGowan

  7. Unraveling the mysteries of IBM Portal Search REST API - Part 3 - Constraints and Sorting

    In Part 1 of this blog, I introduced basic information about the Search REST API and how to use the Constraint API to setup a basic search. In Part 2  of this blog, I talked about how to use the Facets REST API to categorize your content....

    Written on: Dec 12, 2016    Author: Maria Rauba

    Filed under: search, portal, rest, facets, constraints, api, sort, sortkey, fieldtypes, ibm, sortorder, wcm

  8. Changing Hostname for a system running a Portal 8.5 cluster

    I recently came across the need to change a hostname on a system running its own self-contained Portal 8.5 cluster (dmgr/db2/portal). When initially looking at changing the hostname it can seem like quite a daunting task since there are a good amount of steps...

    Written on: Oct 28, 2016    Author: Ryan Mullett

  9. IBM World of Watson 2016 Recap

    I have seen the future of AI in business, and it is truly grand.   Myself and a few other Asponte employees attended the IBM World of Watson conference in Las Vegas from October 22-27th. IBM has shifted from smaller product focused conferences to being...

    Written on: Oct 3, 2016    Author: Philip Cheshire

    Filed under: cognitive, intelligence, artificial, watson, ai, ibmwow16, analytics, ibmwow

  10. WCM Quick Hits: A quick simple paging for menus

    Introduction One of the use cases for WCM menu components is the ability to add paging to the menu.  This can involve some trial and error, so here's a quick tip on how to easily style paging that will present previous and next links, as well as...

    Written on: Sep 21, 2016    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: developer, plugin, wcm, menu, quickhits

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