IBM Connect, the leading workplace technology conference, is moving to San Francisco, the center of the tech world. Learn how to harness fast-moving collaborative technologies in ways that will make your work easier. Gain invaluable insights in over 200 sessions, labs and countless learning and networking opportunities. Connect 2017 will offer a wide variety of session types for you to experience. Most session types will range between 20 – 45 minutes, featuring a presentation followed by a short question-and-answer segment. There are three primary tracks: Strategy and Business; Emerging Technologies; Development, Design and Tools. You can search and preview the sessions following this link: Session Preview Search. View Inhi Suh's Introduction to Connect 2017: Redefine Work with Watson below.
You can register (and save!) for IBM Connect 2017 by following this link: Registration Connect 2017. You need an IBMid Account to register. For comprehensive information about Connect 2017 visit the official website: IBM Connect 2017.
Replay Webinar IBM JUMP Session: IBM Cloud Email Statistics
Fri, Nov 17th 2017 7:23a Johnny Oldenburger On November 15 there was a very interesting IBM Jump Session, IBM Cloud Email Statistics. JUMP stands for Join, Understand, Master and Participate. The presentation, audio and video are now available on the IBM Support website. Content IBM Cloud Email Statistics is a SaaS offering, providing customers with a variety of data insights on the long term use of their IBM Cloud eMail services (IBM Verse, SCN) through an intuitive graphical dashboard. In this session you will be introduced to the offe
IBM Traveler 18.104.22.168 Available for Download on IBM Fix Central including Technote Support Feature Pack 10
Wed, Nov 15th 2017 6:05p Johnny Oldenburger Today IBM released IBM Traveler 22.214.171.124. IBM Traveler 126.96.36.199 is a maintenance release that provides new features and APAR fixes for the IBM Traveler server. The information below outlines the changes included. IBM Traveler 188.8.131.52 does not include a database schema update. However, if upgrading from a version prior to 184.108.40.206 and running MS SQL Server, or if upgrading from a version prior to 220.127.116.11 and running DB2 Server, action may be required if you manually manage your database schema
Quick Tip: Read Text File - Compare View Values - Send Email Using LotusScript
Wed, Nov 15th 2017 4:19p Johnny Oldenburger Today I was asked if it was possible using LotusScript to read a Text File, which was stored in a specific Folder on the system, subsequently perform a check, based on the Values in the Text File, or a Value in the Text File is present in a specific View in the NSF and finally place the found Values in a Folder in the NSF and send an email with the found Values in the Folder to a specific email address. The above can be solved easily by using LotusScript. Agent Read Text File To solve the above
Update Readers and Authors Fields Using LotusScript - Adding New Values
Tue, Nov 14th 2017 6:31a Johnny Oldenburger During the past months I have worked a lot with LotusScript. One of the questions I came accross was how to add a value to a Readers or Authors field in the UI document using LotusScript. First a little background information. In daily practice, I make extensive use of Userroles in the Access Control List which are assigned to specific User Groups in the Access Control List. Based on these Userroles document access is granted based on these Userroles in the Authors and Readers Fields in the spec
A Brief Reprieve - IBM Champion Nomination Period Extended
Mon, Nov 13th 2017 12:49p Johnny Oldenburger The period for the nominations for IBM Champion has been extended until 30 November! This is great news. The extension offers everyone the opportunity to submit their nominations for which the original deadline was too short. For me, this means that I can submit two more nominations for which I had no time left. Just great! Thanks for this opportunity. Read the blog post by Libby Ingrassia for more information. See also my previous blog post, Become an IBM Champion - My Thoughts And Consideratio
Replay Webinar IBM JUMP Session: IBM Domino Applications on Cloud
Sun, Nov 12th 2017 12:37p Johnny Oldenburger On November 8 there was a very interesting IBM Jump Session, IBM Domino Applications on Cloud. JUMP stands for Join, Understand, Master and Participate. The presentation, audio and video are now available on the IBM Support website. Content IBM Domino Applications on Cloud is a subscription service that offers IBM hosted solution for Domino Apps over IBM Bluemix Cloud. The service offers a structured and planned migration process, avoiding business disruptions. In this session you will be intro
My IBM Champion Nominations for IBM Collaboration Solutions - Only a Few Days Left!
Thu, Nov 9th 2017 2:57p Johnny Oldenburger This week is the final week to nominate, among others, an IBM Champion for IBM Collaboration Solutions (ICS). In this blog post I will not give a complete summary of my IBM Champion nominations but only of those who have made, in my opinion, a 'significant contribution' to the community during the past year. As I mentioned in my previous blog post, Become an IBM Champion - My Thoughts And Considerations, it was not as easy as the last few years. This year I looked and interpreted the terms to
Comparing, Replacing and Restoring Design Elements with Local History using the Text Compare Editor in Domino Designer
Thu, Nov 9th 2017 10:37a Johnny Oldenburger Last week something went completely wrong with some resources (design elements) in a modified design of an XPages application. Luckily Domino Designer has a very powerful feature, Local History. A standard Eclipse functionality of extremely great value. By using the Compare, Replace and Restore Resources functions with Local History using the Text Compare Editor the problems were quickly resolved. Below is a brief description of this very powerful feature in the Domino Designer. A local edit hi
Webinar - IBM JUMP Session: IBM Domino Applications on Cloud
Tue, Nov 7th 2017 12:57p Johnny Oldenburger There will be a very interesting IBM Jump Session on 8 November, IBM Domino Applications on Cloud. JUMP stands for Join, Understand, Master and Participate. Content Topic: IBM Domino Applications on Cloud Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 Time: 10:00 AM EST (15:00 UTC/GMT, UTC-5 hours) for 60 minutes IBM Domino Applications on Cloud is a subscription service that offers IBM hosted solution for Domino Apps over IBM Bluemix Cloud. The service offers a structured and planned migration process, av
Responsive and Highly Customizable Messageboxes in XPages Using the jQuery Lobibox Plugin
Tue, Nov 7th 2017 12:56p Johnny Oldenburger Last week I blogged about the jQuery LobiPanel Plugin, Extended Bootstrap Panels in XPages Using the jQuery LobiPanel Plugin and the jQuery Lobibox Plugin, Create Responsive and Highly Customizable Notifications in XPages Using the jQuery Lobibox Plugin. As I mentioned in these blog posts, Lobibox is devided into two parts, Messageboxes and Notifications. In this blog post I will describe the Messageboxes part. Lobibox is very easy to implement in any XPages application. Features Messageboxes L