Deploying IBM Workplace Services Express on the IBM eServer iSeries Server
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 22 May 2006, updated 16 June 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-6664-00
Authors: Debbie Landon, Brendan Arthurs, Kim Greene, Amy Hoerle, Daniel Kawer,
IBM Workplace Services Express is software that makes it simple for you, your colleagues, your teams, and your entire organization to quickly collaborate and effectively work together. Designed specifically for small and medium-sized organizations or departmental needs in larger organizations, Workplace Services Express enables you to easily create, edit, and share documents from your own customized Workplace environment.
This IBM Redbooks publication is written for administrators who want to install, configure, and administer Workplace Services Express on an IBM eServer iSeries server. It introduces you to Workplace Services Express. It shows you how to deploy and customize it on the iSeries server, as well as how to integrate with an existing IBM Lotus Domino infrastructure.
In addition, this book shows you how to integrate Domino mail and applications with a Workplace Services Express environment. It explains how to enable the iSeries Web Access portlets so you can work with your iSeries server from a Workplace Services Express environment. And this book provides information about performance tuning for Workplace Services Express on the iSeries server.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Workplace Services Express on the iSeries server
Chapter 2. Hardware and software prerequisites
Chapter 3. Preparing the directory server for Workplace Services Express
Chapter 4. Installing and configuring Workplace Services Express
Chapter 5. Administering Workplace Services Express
Chapter 6. Integrating the Domino portlets
Chapter 7. Integrating iSeries Access for Web portlets
Chapter 8. Enabling SSO between Workplace Services Express and Domino
Chapter 9. Performance tuning
Appendix A. Using existing LDAP servers with Workplace Services Express
Appendix B. Setting up IBM Directory Server for i5/OS
Appendix C. Additional material
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