Had somewhat of a surprise today when IBM Support informed us that the issue our customer was experiencing could be due to unsupported characters in the password of the user mapped to the connectionsAdmin J2C alias. Say what!? But apparently there are restrictions on the different characters one can use. The password we were using had exclamation point (!) in it which is a no no. The customer is currently on WebSphere Application Server 126.96.36.199 and support suggested we try and upgrade to 188.8.131.52. Funny thing is that the customer has been using that password for years so it must have worked previously.
Was looking through widgets-config.xml for IBM Connections v.5 to diagnose a customer issue and stumbled on the below widgetDef attribute. Now I haven’t tried it yet but it looks like you can use it to hide a certain widget on your own profile e.g. only show when viewing other peoples profile. Could be useful.
Below is my presentation on using IBM Connections as an application development platform from IBM ConnectED 2015.
Herunder er min præsentation fra Dannotes i november 2014 omkring gæstemodellen i IBM Connections 5. Hvad kræver det, hvordan ser det ud og hvad er det med småt…
In Profiles it’s pretty easy – once you know how – to see what the aggregator is aggregating for the current user. The below video shows how to see this is Profiles. I’m still trying to fully understand it in Communities and will post the info once I have it.
Below is my presentation from Social Connections VII in Stockholm on 13-14 November 2014.