Lotus Collaboration and WebSphere Portal Express Integration on the IBM eServer iSeries Server
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 17 March 2005
IBM Form #: SG24-6337-00
Authors: Deb Landon, Ethann Castell, Dan Hill, Gerri Passe, Keith Ridley, Wendy Thomson
The purpose of this IBM Redbooks publication is two-fold. First, it shows you how to configure and integrate several Domino servers on one iSeries server to provide a set of integrated collaborative services to Web browser users. These integrated collaborative services include Domino for iSeries 6.5.1 or later, IBM Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing (Sametime) for iSeries, IBM Lotus Team Workplace (QuickPlace) for iSeries, and Domino Web Access for iSeries
Second, this book shows you how to take the previously configured integrated, collaborative environment of Domino, Sametime, QuickPlace, and Domino Web Access to enable collaboration within WebSphere Portal Express.
This book is for system administrators who need to understand how to configure one or both of the following environments on an iSeries server:
- How to configure an integrated, collaborative environment of Domino, Sametime, QuickPlace and Domino Web Access on an iSeries server. This book shows you how to configure a seamless environment using single sign-on between the Domino servers using a common Domino LDAP directory. It also shows you how to enable Sametime functions within QuickPlace and Domino Web Access.
- How to use the previously configured Domino collaborative environment and integrate it within WebSphere Portal Express to enable collaboration.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to the applications
Chapter 2. Prerequisites
Chapter 3. Configuring and integrating the Lotus collaboration servers
Chapter 4. Configuring WebSphere Portal Express with collaboration
Chapter 5. The Collaboration Center
Chapter 6. Deploying the Domino Extended Product Portlets (DEPP)
Appendix A. Manually configuring WebSphere Portal Express for collaboration
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