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Best Practices and Tools for Creating WebSphere Commerce Sites
Commerce

Draft Redpaper, last updated 21 Jan 2005

This redpaper has been moved to the SG24-6699-00 IBM Redbooks publication. Please click on the following link to be redirected. Best Practices and Tools for Creating WebSphere Commerce Sites, SG24-6699-00


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IBM WebSphere Commerce Suite V4.1 for OS/390: First Steps
Commerce

Redbooks, published 4 Apr 2001

WebSphere Commerce Suite V 4.1 is the latest offering in support of e-commerce for OS/390. It is a flexible, scalable, secure application suite that makes it easy to produce functionality for net-based commerce solutions. This IBM Redbooks publication describes the architecture and features of WebSphere Commerce Suite, as well as presenting a review of the features carried forward from the predecessor product, Net.Commerce V3.1.2 for OS/390. This book helps you plan for, install, configure, and tailor WebSphere Commerce Suite for OS/390. Detailed instructions for migrating from Net.Commerce ... [more]


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Migrating Net.Commerce Applications to OS/390
Commerce

Redbooks, published 7 Mar 2000

This IBM Redbooks publication will help you to migrate Net.Commerce solutions from distributed platforms (defined in this book as Windows NT and UNIX) to OS/390. This publication is intended to help project managers and technical specialists who are working with Net.Commerce understand the tasks involved with the migration of Net.Commerce for Windows NT or UNIX to Net.Commerce for OS/390. First, we introduce Net.Commerce for OS/390 and the project steps required for a migration from the distributed platform solutions. This will be especially useful for business and project managers with ... [more]


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