263 Lotus blogs updated hourly. Who will post next? Home | Blogs | Search | About 
 
Latest 7 Posts
Atlassian SourceTree Pro-Tip
Wed, Nov 26th 2014 10
Loading widget data in IBM Connections 5 by the aggregator
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 10
Presentation from Social Connections VII Stockholm
Mon, Nov 17th 2014 11
An important tool results from the whole POODLE/SHA-2 debacle
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 11
IBM Domino, POODLE, SHA-1 and why it's also sad when IBM decides to update the security stack
Mon, Oct 27th 2014 13
Mac Yosemite, Java, IBM Notes and OnTime Group Calendar
Fri, Oct 17th 2014 18
How to increase the number of worker threads for different internet protocols
Mon, Oct 13th 2014 12
Top 10
Installing TDI v. 7.1 on Windows Server 2012
Wed, May 7th 2014 21
Mac Yosemite, Java, IBM Notes and OnTime Group Calendar
Fri, Oct 17th 2014 18
Premaster RSA secret error with 4096-bit encryption in WAS ISC
Sun, Jun 15th 2014 15
IBM Domino, POODLE, SHA-1 and why it's also sad when IBM decides to update the security stack
Mon, Oct 27th 2014 13
WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile webcast replay
Wed, Aug 6th 2014 12
How to increase the number of worker threads for different internet protocols
Mon, Oct 13th 2014 12
Fixing an IBM Connections Social Mail CPU spike problem
Wed, May 7th 2014 11
An important tool results from the whole POODLE/SHA-2 debacle
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 11
Presentation from Social Connections VII Stockholm
Mon, Nov 17th 2014 11
Loading widget data in IBM Connections 5 by the aggregator
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 10




Recent Blog Posts
10
Atlassian SourceTree Pro-Tip
Wed, Nov 26th 2014 1:01p   Mikkel Heisterberg
I'm finding myself use Atlassian SourceTree more and more for my Git work as it's both intuitive, fast and very pleasing to the eye. Yesterday at an Atlassian event (Getting Git Right) I noticed that the branches were nested in one of the demos. I wondered how they did that but it turns out to be very simple. If you (re)name a branch and use slashes (/) in the name then SourceTree will automatically nest them. Very nice and does make it easier to distinguish between feature, release, bugfix br
10
Loading widget data in IBM Connections 5 by the aggregator
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 3:07a   Mikkel Heisterberg
One of the areas that changed fundamentally in IBM Connections 5 is how widget resources (JavaScript and CSS) is loaded by the browser. In prior versions the resources were loaded by the end-user browser through the AJAX proxy in IBM Connections Profiles or Communities depending on the feature in use. Starting with IBM Connections 5 the resources are aggregated and loaded by the Common feature that now also caches the resources. For end users this is great as speed and performance improves but f
11
Presentation from Social Connections VII Stockholm
Mon, Nov 17th 2014 3:10a   Mikkel Heisterberg
Below is my presentation from Social Connections VII in Stockholm on 13-14 November 2014.
11
An important tool results from the whole POODLE/SHA-2 debacle
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 1:41a   Mikkel Heisterberg
My stance on the POODLE / SHA-2 issues with Domino is well known and I haven't been holding anything back. And now - after a while - IBM is starting to release the promised tools to lay the foundation for SHA-2 signature support and TLS 1.0 support on IBM Domino. As part of my IBM Support Updates today I saw and entry called "Planned SHA-2 deliveries for IBM Domino 9.x". This is a technote outlining how IBM is bringing TLS 1.0 and SHA-2 support. This is all well and good and great that IBM st
13
IBM Domino, POODLE, SHA-1 and why it's also sad when IBM decides to update the security stack
Mon, Oct 27th 2014 2:00a   Mikkel Heisterberg
Over the last few weeks the news hit about the PODDLE attack and the withdrawal of SHA-1 as an acceptable hash algorithm by Google Chrome. This is turn has prompted IBM to update the security stack in IBM Domino for all web protocols incl HTTP, LDAP and SMTP. While this is VERY good news and it will be very welcomed that we do no longer have to resort to fronting IBM Domino by IBM HTTP Server or Apache to get adequate TLS protocol support I find the whole situation a bit sad. In full disclosure
18
Mac Yosemite, Java, IBM Notes and OnTime Group Calendar
Fri, Oct 17th 2014 1:51a   Mikkel Heisterberg
After upgrading my Mac to OS X Yosemite (10.10) I had to reinstall Java to make IBM Notes startup just like Rene describes. To install go to the download page for Java on apple.com, download and install. It takes around 5 minutes and you are ready to go. Once installed the Java runtime makes IBM Notes fly again and I can confirm that the OnTime Group Calendar UI's run just fine on OS X Yosemite.
12
How to increase the number of worker threads for different internet protocols
Mon, Oct 13th 2014 9:13a   Mikkel Heisterberg
Came across this technote outlining how to configure the worker threads for the different internet protocols on IBM Domino. How to increase the number of worker threads for different internet protocols
12
WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile webcast replay
Wed, Aug 6th 2014 10:47p   Mikkel Heisterberg
In case you haven't heard about WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile and you are doing any work with J(2)EE servers you really should do your self the favour and read up on it. In essence it's the best thing since sliced bread for application developers that target WebSphere Application Server and here's why: It downloads and installs in less that 5 minutes It's binary compatible with the full WebSphere Application Server so you can be certain that code that runs on Liberty Profile
9
Social Connections VI Prague - An introduction to IBM Connections as an appdev platform
Tue, Jun 17th 2014 5:50a   Mikkel Heisterberg
15
Premaster RSA secret error with 4096-bit encryption in WAS ISC
Sun, Jun 15th 2014 11:40p   Mikkel Heisterberg
Had a customer the other day that couldn't import their SSL certificate into the WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Integrated Solutions Console (ISC) due to a "RSA premaster secret" error being shown when attempting the import. A PMR with IBM Support confirmed my suspicion that export restrictions was in play. Here is the response from IBM Support. The premaster RSA secret error with 4096-bit encryption is usually due to the unrestricted JCE policy requirement. Please, try to install the




Created and Maintained by Yancy Lent - About - Planet Lotus Blog - Advertising - Mobile Edition