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Five years since the first IBM Champions Class
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Web Developer Toolkit for IBM Digital Experience
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WebSphere 9.0 available for download
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Updating an old laptop from Windows 7 to Windows 10
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Five years since the first IBM Champions Class
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Web Developer Toolkit for IBM Digital Experience
Wed, Jun 29th 2016 9:50p   Kenio Carvalho
This toolkit includes two main areas of functionality: A “Web Developer Dashboard” that provides a user interface for working with Script Portlets, Portal themes, and WCM design elements. The theme support uses the Digital Experience File Sync tool under the covers. The Script Portlet support uses the Script Portlet command line support which must be installed separately on your workstation. A command line tool “dxwcmdesigns” for moving WCM design elements – Present
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WebSphere 9.0 available for download
Fri, Jun 24th 2016 12:08p   Kenio Carvalho
Today IBM released WebSphere 9.0 for download.   The images i found on Software Catalog are: IBM WebSphere Application Server Family Edition V9.0 for Multiplatform Multilingual eAssembly (CJ0H7ML) IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core V9.0 for Multiplatform Multilingual (1 of 2) eAssembly (CJ0H2ML) IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core V9.0 for Multiplatform Multilingual (2 of 2) eAssembly (CJ0H3ML) IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V9.0 for Mu
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How do I change my WebSphere SSL configuration to use protocol TLsv1.2 for WAS?
Thu, Jun 23rd 2016 8:38a   Kenio Carvalho
Alain Del Valle from the WebSphere Application Server L2 support team created this video to answer the question “How do I change my WebSphere SSL configuration to use protocol TLsv1.2 for WebSphere Application Server?”.
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Updating an old laptop from Windows 7 to Windows 10
Wed, Jun 22nd 2016 9:27p   Kenio Carvalho
Yesterday i start to format my old Samsung RF511 laptop. I restore the Windows 7 from Samsung recovery utility. Windows 7 was outdated and i try to update to Windows 10. The update hangs on 99% . I leave the laptop turned on overnight and this morning it was on 99%.  I google a bit and found some solutions for the problem like disable antivirus, administrator permissions etc. I start the process again, recovery from Samsung utility, but this time i start the windows update to get some updates f
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Five years since the first IBM Champions Class
Wed, Jun 22nd 2016 1:03a   Kenio Carvalho
Five years ago IBM announced the first class of Champions. I was on that list. This year I am on the IBM Champions for Middleware list for the first time. Congratulations to all IBM Champions. The first fifty list : Adam Brown Bill Malchisky Bruce Elgort Carlos Casas CC Liew Chris Miller Chris Toohey Daniel Recio David Leedy David Stephens Declan Lynch Eileen Fitzgerald Eric Mack Femke Goedhart Francie Tanner Gabriella Davis Giuseppe Grasso Handly Cameron Joh
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WebSphere Application Server V9.0
Wed, Jun 8th 2016 8:24a   Kenio Carvalho
From announcement letter: Will be available on June 24 WebSphere® Application Server V9.0, with its traditional and Liberty run times, continues to offer industry-leading, production-ready, standards-based Java™ EE 7 compliant architecture. Highlights of Version 9.0 include: Certification to the Java EE 7 Web Profile and Java EE 7 Full Platform for WebSphere Application Server traditional, which provides assurance that applications leverage standards-compliant programming models. WebSphere L
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Disable iptables on CentOs 6.x
Tue, Jun 7th 2016 3:05p   Kenio Carvalho
When you setup a lab machine you will need this 3 command lines to disable iptables (firewall) on linux. # service iptables save # service iptables stop # chkconfig iptables off
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Administering IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5 – White Paper
Fri, Jun 3rd 2016 8:16a   Kenio Carvalho
“The goal of this white paper is to explain the various administration and configuration tools offered by IBM WebSphere Portal8.5. Learn about which tool to use for which task and about the new capabilities of WebSphere Portal 8.5, and understand differences from previous versions of WebSphere Portal. We take you through exercises for each tool so you can learn hands-on how to use them.”
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Libraries to install on CentOS 6.x and setup WebSphere Portal 8.5
Sat, May 28th 2016 7:39p   Kenio Carvalho
I now CentOS is not supported. For several years i use CentOS without problemas with IBM Software. The information bellow is the list of packages to install on CentOS and run WebSphere Portal and Db2 on the same machine. This is a Lab machine it’s like a all in one box. This list i got from Enio Basso wiki. and i want to get a copy Install the following libraries on CentOS 6.x linux: ksh.x86_64 rpm-build.x86_64 elfutils.x86_64 elfutils-libs.x86_64 libgcc.i686 gtk2.i686 PackageKit-gtk-mod
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Liberty and Eclipse: Installing the development environment
Fri, May 27th 2016 7:39a   Kenio Carvalho
Tutorial from Developerworks “WebSphere Liberty is the next generation application server. Liberty and Eclipse make a great local development environment for developing Java EE applications. To develop Java EE applications to deploy to Liberty, you’re going to need a Liberty development environment. You’ll also need an integrated development environment (IDE) for editing your code. While any Java EE IDE will work, the Eclipse IDE is one of the best, if for no other reason than because




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