I'd encourage you to check out the @ThisWeekInLotus podcast, specifically episode 94, where our very own Baan Slavens and Mac Guidera discuss the new features in IBM Connections 220.127.116.11, including the back-end infrastructure changes ( including improved browser support ) and the Mobile updates.
This Week In Lotus is here and episode 94 ( Educating Connections ) is here.
One of the podcast's co-hosts, Stuart McIntyre has also posted a blog post about duplicate HTTP headers in Chrome here.
The 18.104.22.168 fix list is here, and there's also a rather useful Technote covering IBM Connections 22.214.171.124 Administration Command: Preview commands for synchronizing user data here.
Top ten best practices for WebSphere administrators
Sat, Dec 6th 2014 3:12a Dave Hay This from developerWorks: -The following list consists of the top ten best practices compiled from numerous common problems that I have seen throughout my technical support years. Most of these issues could easily be prevented by taking these simple precaution steps. So, if you're a WebSphere administrator, this is your must-read!Top ten best practices for WebSphere administratorsPS In my own bashful way, I'm now proud to report that those nice people at developerWorks have allowed me to post [read] Keywords: ibm
Mozilla Thunderbird and SSL v3
Fri, Dec 5th 2014 12:05p Dave Hay In case it helps, I needed to make Thunderbird LESS secure in order to access a Newsgroup server that was offering up SSL v3.This was what I saw in TB's Error Console: -Timestamp: 05/12/2014 13:12:40Error: An error occurred during a connection to newsgroup.foobar.com:563.Cannot communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm(s).(Error code: ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap)and this is what led me to the solution: -openssl s_client -connect newsgroup.foobar.com:563 -status...New, TLSv1 [read] Keywords: firefox
IBM BPM Advanced 8.5.5 - Process Center to Process Server
Fri, Dec 5th 2014 3:05a Dave Hay So I am continuing to get my head around the integration between Process Center and Process Server, in that it's possible to have a connected Process Server to which one can actively deploy snapshots, using the so-called online/connected deployment.This is what the connected Process Server looks like: -Whilst this is easy to configure when one first creates a Deployment Environment, I had a situation recently where one of our team inadvertently clicked the Take Server Offline button.This does p [read] Keywords: ibm