IBM WebSphere Portal for Multiplatforms V5.1 Handbook
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 27 April 2005
IBM Form #: SG24-6689-00
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Authors: Rufus Credle, Faheem Atlaf, James Barnes, Javier Galvez, Sunil Hiranniah, Prinz Huang, Fernanda Silveira
Contributing companies: Dualline Solutions; Itecsa
This IBM Redbooks publication positions the new features and enhancements of IBM WebSphere Portal for Multiplatforms Version 5.1 and serves as a follow-up to the book, "IBM WebSphere Portal for Multiplatforms V5 Handbook," SG24-6098.
This "IBM WebSphere Portal for Multiplatforms V5.1 Handbook" will help you to understand how to install, tailor, and configure WebSphere Portal V5.1 within the Microsoft Windows Server 2003, SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (SLES9), IBM AIX 5L, and Linux on zSeries/SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 8 (SLES8) environments. We provide instructions to set up a clustered environment and also provide a demonstration of migrating from WebSphere Portal Version 5.0 to Version 5.1.
Although this book includes the steps for configuring WebSphere Portal V5.1 on the latest operating systems, we recommend that you refer to the book "IBM WebSphere Portal for Multiplatforms V5 Handbook" when you seek administrative and customization examples.
Other examples provided in this book include the implementation of IBM Lotus Domino Enterprise Server, Lotus Team Workplace, Lotus Collaborative Components, and IBM Tivoli Directory Server.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. WebSphere Portal V5.1: New features and enhancements
Chapter 2. WebSphere Portal V5.1 planning and requirements
Chapter 3. WebSphere Portal: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 install
Chapter 4. WebSphere Portal: Clustering
Chapter 5. WebSphere Portal: SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (SLES9) installation
Chapter 6. WebSphere Portal: IBM AIX 5L V5.2 installation
Chapter 7. WebSphere Portal: SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 8 (SLES8) installation on zSeries
Chapter 8. WebSphere Portal V5.0.2 to V5.1 migration
Appendix A. Identity management
Appendix B. Preparing the AIX machine
Appendix C. Creating users on AIX
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