Implementing IBM Lotus Enterprise Integrator 6 on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

An IBM Redbooks publication




Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication helps you to implement Lotus Enterprise Integrator (LEI) 6 on the IBM eServer iSeries server. It is targeted for system administrators who plan to implement or upgrade to LEI 6 in their organization. The book provides tips and techniques to help you successfully deploy and administer LEI 6 on an iSeries server.
We begin by providing a brief introduction to what’s new with LEI 6 and cover some architectural scenarios of how the LEI 6 infrastructure could be implemented in a customer’s environment. We then provide detailed information about how to install and administer LEI 6 on the iSeries server. Migrating or upgrading from LEI 3.x is also covered. This book also provides some basic connectivity information about how to connect one iSeries server to another as well as from iSeries to pSeries and xSeries to iSeries.
Finally this book provides some working examples of how to use the Advanced RealTime activities that are new in LEI 6. It also provides examples of some of the batch activities previously available in LEI 3.x, such as a scripted activity and a replication activity.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Lotus Enterprise Integrator (LEI) 6 for Domino
Chapter 2. Architectural scenarios and considerations
Chapter 3. Installation and configuration on the iSeries platform
Chapter 4. Migrating from Lotus Enterprise Integrator 3.x
Chapter 5. Base connectivity
Chapter 6. Connection documents
Chapter 7. Setting up the examples environment
Chapter 8. Advanced RealTime activities
Chapter 9. Batch activities
Appendix A. Removing Lotus Enterprise Integrator (LEI)
Appendix B. Using iSeries Navigator to access DB2 UDB
Appendix C. Troubleshooting
Appendix D. Additional material




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Publish Date
01 October 2003

Last Update
02 December 2003


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Author(s)

ISBN-10
0738453277

ISBN-13
9780738453279

IBM Form Number
SG24-6941-00

Number of pages
340