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  41. Infoware wishes all of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!<br />
  42. We would like to take the opportunity to thank our customers and partners for a good, fun, energizing, prosperous, rewarding 2017. We look forward continuing our relationship with you in the new year!<br />
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  48. <p>Infoware wishes all of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!</p>
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  57. <title>Did you know that we are experts in Security Solutions</title>
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  72. Together with our partner SecureDevice, who is leading in IT security in the Nordic region, we offer services and tools to help you protect your business.<br />
  73. Today, it is unavoidable that business critical infrastructure is exposed to attacks. You are most certainly attacked daily and probably without knowing it. The solution is to make the attacks visible to have a chance to protect yourself from intrusion and theft of business-critical business information.<br />
  74. What does the new data protection regulation ...]]></description>
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  76. <p>Together with our partner <a href="http://en.securedevice.dk/">SecureDevice</a>, who is leading in IT security in the Nordic region, we offer services and tools to help you protect your business.</p>
  77. <p>Today, it is unavoidable that business critical infrastructure is exposed to attacks. You are most certainly attacked daily and probably without knowing it. The solution is to make the attacks visible to have a chance to protect yourself from intrusion and theft of business-critical business information.</p>
  78. <h4>What does the new data protection regulation (GDPR) entail in May 2018?</h4>
  79. <p>GDPR will affect all industries, companies and organizations which handle personal data. In addition to a more stringent security responsibility in your daily work, GDPR entails that detailed data on all detected data violations should be reported within 72 hours. This means that your IT department needs to establish security solutions to prevent, monitor and handle potential data violations.</p>
  80. <p><a href="mailto:[email protected]">Contact us</a> to find out more about how our solutions in Identity &amp; Access Management and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) can help you meet the new requirements.</p>
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  87. <title>DomainPatrol Social with support for IBM Connections 6</title>
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  89. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrolsocial-supports-ibmconnections6#respond</comments>
  90. <pubDate>Thu, 28 Sep 2017 08:42:27 +0000</pubDate>
  91. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
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  102. <description><![CDATA[&#160;<br />
  103. <br />
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  105. You know IBM Connections right? What you might not know is, that we make it even more powerful, useful, better, tidier with DomainPatrol Social<br />
  106. And now it&#8217;s soon available for IBM Connections 6.<br />
  107. We can in 4 clicks merge two whole Communities. With everything in it! Neat and tidy. With the same function you can move and merge almost all content, like Wikis, Files, Communities, Activities, Users etc. All solving complex questions and issues from users and ...]]></description>
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  111. <p>You know IBM Connections right? What you might not know is, that we make it even more powerful, useful, better, tidier with <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social">DomainPatrol Social</a></p>
  112. <p>And now it&#8217;s soon available for <strong>IBM Connections 6</strong>.</p>
  113. <p>We can in 4 clicks merge two whole Communities. With everything in it! Neat and tidy. With the same function you can move and merge almost all content, like Wikis, Files, Communities, Activities, Users etc. All solving complex questions and issues from users and admins.</p>
  114. <p>In our session we show real life examples how our customers have used DomainPatrol Social to:</p>
  115. <ul>
  116. <li>use IBM Connections more. Sometimes users are afraid of submitting content as they don’t know where to put it</li>
  117. <li>to upgrade their environment</li>
  118. <li>to merge in companies they bought – with lots of new users and content</li>
  119. <li>to handle movements of staff in the organisation</li>
  120. <li>to handle unused and orphan content that clogs up the environment</li>
  121. </ul>
  122. <p>Detach your content from the predefined places, and go social!</p>
  123. <p><a href="mailto:[email protected]">Contact us</a> for more details</p>
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  130. <title>Join Tobias Gruvfält at Social Connections in Vienna</title>
  131. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/join-us-at-social-connections-in-vienna</link>
  132. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/join-us-at-social-connections-in-vienna#respond</comments>
  133. <pubDate>Mon, 18 Sep 2017 13:38:34 +0000</pubDate>
  134. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
  135. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  136. <category><![CDATA[social connections ibm dps customer session story]]></category>
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  140. We are presenting an inspiring customer case on how to achieve adoption without working with adoption. Join our customer story session at the IBM Collaboration Conference Social Connections 16-17 October in Vienna.<br />
  141. Infoware&#8217;s Tobias Gruvfält talks about how SEB can see trends and analyze the user behavior in IBM Connections beyond what is in Metrics reports. <br />
  142. Top management at SEB use IBM Connections for information sharing via blogs and bank office branches use it for knowledge sharing. But how ...]]></description>
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  144. <p>We are presenting an inspiring customer case on how to achieve adoption without working with adoption. Join our customer story session at the IBM Collaboration Conference <a href="https://socialconnections.info/">Social Connections</a> 16-17 October in Vienna.</p>
  145. <p>Infoware&#8217;s Tobias Gruvfält talks about how SEB can see trends and analyze the user behavior in IBM Connections beyond what is in Metrics reports. <img class="alignright size-thumbnail wp-image-6369" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Tobias-Gruvfält-150x150.png" alt="Tobias Gruvfält" width="150" height="150" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Tobias-Gruvfält-150x150.png 150w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Tobias-Gruvfält-300x300.png 300w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Tobias-Gruvfält-90x90.png 90w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Tobias-Gruvfält.png 699w" sizes="(max-width: 150px) 100vw, 150px" /></p>
  146. <p>Top management at SEB use IBM Connections for information sharing via blogs and bank office branches use it for knowledge sharing. But how is the rest of the 15,500 SEB employees using IBM Connections? It is impossible to ask them all, so you need to be smarter to find the answer.</p>
  147. <p>Get inspired from our journey of how SEB learned to know the top contributors better. During this session we will also share our best-practices for how to drive adoption without working with adoption. Plus, we’ll show you what initiatives have been done in the past and what will come in a near future!</p>
  148. <p>Join us <a href="https://socialconnections.info/registration/">here</a>!</p>
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  154. <title>Infoware is Gold sponsor at Social Connections in Vienna</title>
  155. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/infoware-gold-at-social-connections</link>
  156. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/infoware-gold-at-social-connections#respond</comments>
  157. <pubDate>Fri, 15 Sep 2017 13:50:45 +0000</pubDate>
  158. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
  159. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  160. <category><![CDATA[socialconnections social connections ibm vienna wien conference sponsor domainpatrol dps domainpatrolsocial]]></category>
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  164. When Social Connections comes to Vienna it was an easy choice for us at Infoware to be there too. Not only will we have a fresh release of DomainPatrol Social, the administration tool for IBM Connections, to show in our exhibitors booth. But we also want to take the opportunity to see our customers and network with colleagues from our partners and friends.<br />
  165. We have worked with IBM collaboration solutions for a long time, and with this new path IBM ...]]></description>
  166. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignnone wp-image-18248 size-full" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/vena_02_bi.jpg" alt="" width="770" height="334" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/vena_02_bi.jpg 770w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/vena_02_bi-300x130.jpg 300w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/vena_02_bi-768x333.jpg 768w" sizes="(max-width: 770px) 100vw, 770px" /></p>
  167. <p>When <a href="http://socialconnections.info/">Social Connections</a> comes to Vienna it was an easy choice for us at Infoware to be there too. Not only will we have a fresh release of <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social">DomainPatrol Social</a>, the administration tool for IBM Connections, to show in our exhibitors booth. But we also want to take the opportunity to see our customers and network with colleagues from our partners and friends.</p>
  168. <p>We have worked with IBM collaboration solutions for a long time, and with this new path IBM is taking by implementing what they call the Pink technology in IBM Connections, we are of course following that closely.</p>
  169. <p>Are you ready to sharpen your collaboration platform? Come with us to Vienna and Social Connections by registering <a href="https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/register?orderid=c25d5a90986a11e7b7db068c3351a3f6&amp;client_token=ccc1fbd18ca143899c78e94a4f6e888a&amp;eid=36780302876">here</a>.</p>
  170. <p>Do you have any questions about DomainPatrol Social or our other products? Contact us <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=Hello%20Infoware">here</a>.</p>
  171. <p>&nbsp;</p>
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  177. <title>Infoware&#8217;s Ulf Stider is speaking at the Social Connections conference in Chicago</title>
  178. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/infowares-ulf-stider-is-speaking-at-the-social-connections-conference-in-chicago</link>
  179. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/infowares-ulf-stider-is-speaking-at-the-social-connections-conference-in-chicago#respond</comments>
  180. <pubDate>Tue, 23 May 2017 14:48:24 +0000</pubDate>
  181. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
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  203. We are happy to announce we are going to Chicago and conference&#160;Social Connections. The conference which is all about IBM Connections and collaboration solutions.&#160;The event include separate tracks with keynote sessions, case studies, administration, future of work, development, and includes speakers from IBM, business partners and customers. To top it off a Gala night with extra specials.<br />
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  212. <span style="font-size:14px;">We are happy to announce we are going to Chicago and conference&nbsp;<strong><a href="http://socialconnections.info/" target="_blank">Social Connections</a></strong>. The conference which is all about IBM Connections and collaboration solutions.&nbsp;The event include separate tracks with keynote sessions, case studies, administration, future of work, development, and includes speakers from IBM, business partners and customers. To top it off a Gala night with extra specials.</p>
  213. <p> <span style="font-size:14px;">Register&nbsp;<a href="https://socialconnections.info/#tile_registration" target="_blank">here</a>&nbsp;and take part in a 2 day conference networking with others in the same field</span> </span>
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  215. <h2>
  216. <strong>&quot;Full throttle customer migration to IBM Connections Cloud&quot;</strong><br />
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  219. <br />
  220. <span style="font-size:14px;">IBM Connections Cloud is really great!<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Ulf-long.png"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Ulf-long.png" style="float: right; width: 150px; height: 416px; margin-left: 15px;" /></a> </span>
  221. </p>
  222. <p>
  223. <span style="font-size:14px;">Our customer is a Swedish high-tech company that has been active in the electronics industry for more than 30 years. They have a global organization with subsidiaries, agents and distributors supports industry leaders in more than 50 countries worldwide.</span>
  224. </p>
  225. <p>
  226. <span style="font-size:14px;">The company has a long history with IBM Notes, Sametime and IBM Connections on prem.</span>
  227. </p>
  228. <p>
  229. <span style="font-size:14px;">During 2016 they migrated their 1000 users to IBM Softlayer and IBM Connections cloud S1. Learn in the session how the business benefited from the project and also important learnings from the project.</span>
  230. </p>
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  232. <li>
  233. <span style="font-size:14px;">Business Winnings</span>
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  235. <li>
  236. <span style="font-size:14px;">User feedback and best&nbsp;<font face="arial, helvetica neue, helvetica, sans-serif">practices</font></span>
  237. </li>
  238. <li>
  239. <span style="font-size:14px;">Project overview</span>
  240. </li>
  241. <li>
  242. <span style="font-size:14px;">Business Case, licenses and costs</span>
  243. </li>
  244. <li>
  245. <span style="font-size:14px;">Identity Management</span>
  246. </li>
  247. <li>
  248. <span style="font-size:14px;">Data migration</span>
  249. </li>
  250. <li>
  251. <span style="font-size:14px;">Coexistence</span>
  252. </li>
  253. <li>
  254. <span style="font-size:14px;">How to avoid the pitfalls</span>
  255. </li>
  256. </ul>
  257. <p>
  258. <br />
  259. <span style="font-size:14px;">Register&nbsp;<a href="https://socialconnections.info/#tile_registration" target="_blank">here</a>!</span>
  260. </p>
  261. <hr />
  262. <p>
  263. &nbsp;
  264. </p>
  265. <p>
  266. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/logga3-1.jpg" />
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  268. <p>
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  270. </p>
  271. <p>
  272. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/c0af4a32-1f34-4bd2-9b1f-d59f866f332c.jpg" style="float: left; width: 175px; height: 248px; margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px;" /><span style="font-size:14px;">At Social Connections in Chicago you will also meet IBM Champion&nbsp;<strong><a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariaenderstam/" target="_blank">Maria Nordin Enderstam</a></strong>&nbsp;who can tell you all about our new release of DomainPatrol Social. The powerful too for administering IBM Connections. With DomainPatrol Social you can move and merge communities and all other content, move content and files between users and change access rights on content and users. And more. Contact us for more&nbsp;<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">information</a>!</span>
  273. </p>
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  281. <title>Learn how to optimize the value of your IBM licenses by attending our seminar on May 4, 2017 in Stockholm</title>
  282. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/learn-how-to-optimize-the-value-of-your-ibm-licenses-by-attending-our-seminar-on-may-4-2017-in-stockholm</link>
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  284. <pubDate>Tue, 11 Apr 2017 09:59:25 +0000</pubDate>
  285. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
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  287.  
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  289. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  290. Does your company own IBM licenses? Are you certain that your company is proberly licensed?&#160;Do you as many others feel that IBM licensing can be a difficult and complex to learn? Do you want to lower your costs for IBM licenses?<br />
  291. <br />
  292. <br />
  293. We invite you to attend our seminar with breakfast on May 4th 2017 at the Infoware office in Stockholm, where we will talk about everything there is to know about the various license forms IBM has ...]]></description>
  294. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  295. Does your company own IBM licenses? Are you certain that your company is proberly licensed?&nbsp;Do you as many others feel that IBM licensing can be a difficult and complex to learn? Do you want to lower your costs for IBM licenses?
  296. </p>
  297. <p>
  298. We invite you to attend our seminar with breakfast on May 4th 2017 at the Infoware office in Stockholm, where we will talk about everything there is to know about the various license forms IBM has to offer. Infoware has over 20 years of experience when it comes to IBM licensing for both small and large organizations.
  299. </p>
  300. <p>
  301. Our license expert and Sales Manager Ulf Stider will guide you through the following topics:
  302. </p>
  303. <h2>
  304. <br />
  305. Is it possible to save money on IBM licenses<br />
  306. </h2>
  307. <p>
  308. Different types of licenses and flexibility at the lowest cost<br />
  309. &nbsp;
  310. </p>
  311. <h2>
  312. License Audit and Compliance<br />
  313. </h2>
  314. <p>
  315. Make it something good for your organization<br />
  316. &nbsp;
  317. </p>
  318. <h2>
  319. Transition to service-based IBM licenses<br />
  320. </h2>
  321. <p>
  322. Maintain the value of your investments if&nbsp;you go to the cloud
  323. </p>
  324. <p>
  325. &nbsp;
  326. </p>
  327. <hr />
  328. <p>
  329. &nbsp;
  330. </p>
  331. <h3>
  332. The seminar is held in Infoware&#39;s office on<br />
  333. <a href="https://www.google.se/maps/place/Infoware+Solutions+Svenska+AB/@59.3365283,18.0355272,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x214e7d5a116be4a2?sa=X&amp;ved=0ahUKEwjwsdewj5zTAhXEiCwKHSTNC0sQ_BIIdDAK">Kungsholms strand 123</a>, Stockholm<br />
  334. </h3>
  335. <p>
  336. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Ulf-long.png" style="float: right; width: 150px; height: 416px; margin-left: 25px; margin-right: 25px;" />
  337. </p>
  338. <p>
  339. &nbsp;
  340. </p>
  341. <p>
  342. <span style="font-size:16px;">8:30 Breakfast</span></p>
  343. <p> <span style="font-size:16px;">9:00 Seminar begins</span></p>
  344. <p> <span style="font-size:16px;">9:45 The end and thank you for coming</span>
  345. </p>
  346. <p>
  347. &nbsp;
  348. </p>
  349. <p>
  350. <span style="font-size:14px;">Please register for the seminar before April 27 to <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=License%20seminar">[email protected]</a></span>
  351. </p>
  352. <p>
  353. &nbsp;</p>
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  358. <item>
  359. <title>Summer is coming, but relax, Infoware can take care of your IBM platform while you are away</title>
  360. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/summer-is-coming-but-relax-infoware-can-take-care-of-your-ibm-platform-while-you-are-away</link>
  361. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/summer-is-coming-but-relax-infoware-can-take-care-of-your-ibm-platform-while-you-are-away#respond</comments>
  362. <pubDate>Fri, 31 Mar 2017 11:18:35 +0000</pubDate>
  363. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
  364. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  365. <category><![CDATA[center]]></category>
  366. <category><![CDATA[domino]]></category>
  367. <category><![CDATA[Infoware]]></category>
  368. <category><![CDATA[summer]]></category>
  369. <category><![CDATA[vacation]]></category>
  370. <category><![CDATA[xpert]]></category>
  371. <category><![CDATA[xpert center]]></category>
  372.  
  373. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7622</guid>
  374. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  375. <br />
  376. <br />
  377. <br />
  378. Are you scratching your head thinking of who&#160;will take care of your IBM platform during the summer vacation period? Planning for the summer can be stressful, especially as you want to give your staff the vacation they need but also maintain a high quality in service acound your IBM platform.<br />
  379. <br />
  380. <br />
  381. Be calm!&#160;Infoware offers you rescue and control. All summer long!<br />
  382. <br />
  383. <br />
  384. Infoware&#39;s team of experienced IBM experts is your service every day.<br />
  385. <br ...]]></description>
  386. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  387. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Relax.jpg" />
  388. </p>
  389. <p>
  390. Are you scratching your head thinking of who&nbsp;will take care of your IBM platform during the summer vacation period? Planning for the summer can be stressful, especially as you want to give your staff the vacation they need but also maintain a high quality in service acound your IBM platform.
  391. </p>
  392. <p>
  393. Be calm!&nbsp;Infoware offers you rescue and control. All summer long!
  394. </p>
  395. <p>
  396. Infoware&#39;s team of experienced IBM experts is your service every day.
  397. </p>
  398. <p>
  399. Many organizatiosn have troubles on how to solve their staffing during the summer.&nbsp;We offer you experts who for example knows IBM Domino and IBM Connections inside and out. During the period, we assist you with monitoring and incident management, for example&nbsp;urgent operational problems.
  400. </p>
  401. <p>
  402. We start our collaboration with a brief workshop where our experienced advisers learns&nbsp;your specific environment. Then we establish checklists and procedures necessary for you to feel completely confident that everything worksas it should.
  403. </p>
  404. <p>
  405. We offer you the service levels (SLA) where&nbsp;we specifies&nbsp;availability, incident management and opening hours.
  406. </p>
  407. <p>
  408. Your personal contact at Infoware has a whole team that knows your environment. Our&nbsp;service is offered on a weekly basis between June and September 2017.
  409. </p>
  410. <p>
  411. Do you want to relax in the sun chair and not have your&nbsp;phone at arm&#39;s length all summer long?
  412. </p>
  413. <p>
  414. <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=Xpert%20Center%20sommar">Contact us today!</a>
  415. </p>
  416. <p>
  417. &nbsp;</p>
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  423. <title>Changing and Signing jar files with JDK 1.8, no questions asked. Dictionaries in IBM Notes.</title>
  424. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/dictionaries-in-ibm-notes-changing-and-signing-with-jdk-1-8-no-questions-asked</link>
  425. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/dictionaries-in-ibm-notes-changing-and-signing-with-jdk-1-8-no-questions-asked#respond</comments>
  426. <pubDate>Fri, 10 Mar 2017 16:10:42 +0000</pubDate>
  427. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Mats]]></dc:creator>
  428. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  429. <category><![CDATA[1.8]]></category>
  430. <category><![CDATA[colocation-affinity]]></category>
  431. <category><![CDATA[Dictionaries]]></category>
  432. <category><![CDATA[feature colocation-affinity="com.ibm.rcp.site.anchor.user.feature]]></category>
  433. <category><![CDATA[features.xml]]></category>
  434. <category><![CDATA[free download]]></category>
  435. <category><![CDATA[ibm]]></category>
  436. <category><![CDATA[IBM Notes Client]]></category>
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  438. <category><![CDATA[jarsigner]]></category>
  439. <category><![CDATA[JDK]]></category>
  440. <category><![CDATA[keytool]]></category>
  441. <category><![CDATA[Notes]]></category>
  442. <category><![CDATA[Notes_XTAF_Dictionaries]]></category>
  443. <category><![CDATA[signing]]></category>
  444. <category><![CDATA[signing with JDK 1.8]]></category>
  445. <category><![CDATA[XTAF]]></category>
  446.  
  447. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7543</guid>
  448. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  449. Case:<br />
  450. Dictionaries where missing from client installation on Windows machines.<br />
  451. Client is multi user and users are not allowed to write in Program Directories (non admin on their PCs).<br />
  452. Client is IBM Notes 9.0.1FP6, because this is the one rolled out to end users.<br />
  453. This means that nothing can be installed via Widgets in framework\rpc or framework\shared because both are under Program Directory.<br />
  454. Objective is to provide all of the dictionaries to the end users to choose from from ...]]></description>
  455. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  456. <font color="#000000"><strong>Case:</strong></font><br />
  457. Dictionaries where missing from client installation on Windows machines.<br />
  458. Client is multi user and users are not allowed to write in Program Directories (non admin on their PCs).<br />
  459. Client is IBM Notes 9.0.1FP6, because this is the one rolled out to end users.<br />
  460. This means that nothing can be installed via Widgets in framework\rpc or framework\shared because both are under Program Directory.<br />
  461. Objective is to provide all of the dictionaries to the end users to choose from from the Widgets catalog. Installation should progress without any questions asked.
  462. </p>
  463. <p>
  464. <strong><font color="#000000">Description:</font></strong><br />
  465. <font color="#000000">I downloaded the Dictionaries provided by IBM (</font>Notes_XTAF_Dictionaries_V9.0_Win_ML.zip).<br />
  466. For a full description of this package, please read Tomas Hampels blog at<br />
  467. (<a href="https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/deploying-xtaf-dictionaries-as-widgets.htm" target="_blank">https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/deploying-xtaf-dictionaries-as-widgets.htm</a>
  468. </p>
  469. <p>
  470. The problem I got was that the Feature jar files configured to install in framework\rpc which is fine if you include them during installation of the original package running with administrative rights on the computer.
  471. </p>
  472. <p>
  473. Only way in my scenario was to make sure that the installation was made in a user context meaning Data\workspace\applications
  474. </p>
  475. <p>
  476. <strong><font color="#000000">Solution:</font></strong><br />
  477. <font color="#000000">Change configuration of the Feature jar to make sure that the installation is done in a user context.</font>
  478. </p>
  479. <p>
  480. Unpacking the jar file in the features directory of any given dictionary reveals that the feature.xml file contains &lt;feature colocation-affinity=&quot;com.ibm.rcp.platform.feature&quot;<br />
  481. this needs to be changed to this &lt;feature colocation-affinity=&quot;com.ibm.rcp.site.anchor.user.feature&quot; to make sure that installation will go to Data\workspace\applications where the end user is allowed to write.
  482. </p>
  483. <p>
  484. To unpack and repack i use PeaZip (<a href="http://www.peazip.org/peazip-64bit.html" target="_blank">http://www.peazip.org/peazip-64bit.html</a> and as an Editor I use Notepad++ (<a href="https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v7.3.3.html" target="_blank">https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v7.3.3.html</a>
  485. </p>
  486. <p>
  487. Explanation of the different options could be found here:<br />
  488. <a href="https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en//SSVHEW_6.2.0/com.ibm.rcp.tools.doc.admin/controllingfeatureinstallocation.html" target="_blank">https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en//SSVHEW_6.2.0/com.ibm.rcp.tools.doc.admin/controllingfeatureinstallocation.html</a><br />
  489. <a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21497657" target="_blank">http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21497657</a><br />
  490. <a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21440976" target="_blank">http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21440976</a>
  491. </p>
  492. <p>
  493. Also when doing this it will break the signatures and this means that a resigning (after repackage) is necessary for security reasons (you should not allow anything that you have not trusted)<br />
  494. If you want to include your own signed jars files during installation of the client, this can be done following this instruction (<a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21305165" target="_blank">http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21305165</a>)<br />
  495. You could also use iKeyman to do this if you prefer.
  496. </p>
  497. <p>
  498. If you look at Tomas Hampels blog above you will find that there are a lot of files that needs to be changed and signed before importing to an update site.
  499. </p>
  500. <p>
  501. <strong>Changing:</strong><br />
  502. In every features directory in every updateSite_xx directory the file feature.xml needs to be changed according to the above solution.<br />
  503. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  504. Also, preparing for signing, 3 files need to be deleted from a subdirectory called META-INF also in the features catalog:<br />
  505. IBM_WPLC.RSA<br />
  506. IBM_WPLC.SF<br />
  507. MANIFEST.MF<br />
  508. IMPORTANT!!!
  509. </p>
  510. <p>
  511. <strong>Preparing:</strong><br />
  512. Repack all files in each Directory e.g. com.ibm.langware.v5.dic.af_ZA.feature_7.2.0.201111100545 to com.ibm.langware.v5.dic.af_ZA.feature_7.2.0.201111100545.zip<br />
  513. Move (cut) the zip file to where the original jar file is located rename the original jar file with an extension .org instead of .jar end the rename the newly moved .zip file to .jar<br />
  514. A features catalog could then look like this:<br />
  515. <img alt="Capture" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-7606" height="110" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Capture.png" width="518" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Capture.png 518w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Capture-300x64.png 300w" sizes="(max-width: 518px) 100vw, 518px" />
  516. </p>
  517. <p>
  518. <strong>Signing:</strong><br />
  519. To sign I downloaded JDK 1.8 from<br />
  520. (<a href="http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html" target="_blank">http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html</a> Windows x64 because I am using W10 64-bit.
  521. </p>
  522. <p>
  523. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  524. Only sign jar files that you have made changes to. The others are already signed with valid signatures.<br />
  525. Only sign 1 time with 1 signature for each jar file. Signing a second time could cause unexpected results.<br />
  526. IMPORTANT!!!
  527. </p>
  528. <p>
  529. First I examined the file that was signed by IBM, this is now &lt;filename&gt;.org if the instructions where followed.<br />
  530. C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_121\bin&gt;<br />
  531. jarsigner -verify -verbose &quot;C:\updateSite_af\features\com.ibm.langware.v5.dic.af_ZA.feature_7.2.0.201111100545.org&quot;
  532. </p>
  533. <p>
  534. I got:<br />
  535. &#8211; Signed by &quot;CN=International Business Machines Corporation, OU=Lotus Software Group, OU=Digital ID Class 3 &#8211; Java Object Signing, O=International Business Machines Corporation, L=Littleton, ST=Massachusetts, C=US&quot;<br />
  536. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Digest algorithm: SHA1<br />
  537. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Signature algorithm: MD5withRSA, 2048-bit key<br />
  538. &nbsp; Timestamped by &quot;CN=GeoTrust Timestamping Signer 1, O=GeoTrust Inc, C=US&quot; on l&ouml; feb 02 04:31:44 UTC 2013<br />
  539. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Timestamp digest algorithm: SHA-1<br />
  540. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Timestamp signature algorithm: SHA1withRSA, 1024-bit key
  541. </p>
  542. <p>
  543. jar verified.
  544. </p>
  545. <p>
  546. This meant that I need to sign with MD5withRSA and also SHA-1 where needed.<br />
  547. I tried all of the possible combinations of signing and digest and did the provisioning to the IBM Notes Client for all the different cases (puh this was hard and took a lot of time!) just to make sure.<br />
  548. I found only 1 configuration that worked all of the times.
  549. </p>
  550. <p>
  551. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  552. To sign you must first create a signer and also you need to import the certificate of the signer and crosscertify it with your Notescertificate and push that crosscertificate to the client thru your security policy.<br />
  553. This done is done in your Domino Directory of the server.<br />
  554. Signing the jar file with this signature is then trusted to be installed on the client.<br />
  555. IMPORTANT!!!
  556. </p>
  557. <p>
  558. Inspired by Tomas Hampel (again) and the blog entry (<a href="https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/untitled.htm?opendocument&amp;comments" target="_blank">https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/untitled.htm?opendocument&amp;comments</a>).<br />
  559. I decided to make my own script to help me out with this task.
  560. </p>
  561. <p>
  562. <strong>Script Solution:</strong><br />
  563. I decided to make 2 types of script, 1 for creating the necessary JKS file used for signing and 1 for the actual signing.<br />
  564. Both solutions consists of a command file an a property file containing values needed for the execution.
  565. </p>
  566. <p>
  567. Code and samples will be provided here for download.<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Cool_Signing.zip" rel="">Cool_Signing</a>
  568. </p>
  569. <p>
  570. <strong>Keytool:</strong><br />
  571. Signing_mykeytool.cmd Cool_Signer.keytool<br />
  572. in the sample provided and this will create a JKS file and a CER file in the C:\temp directory.
  573. </p>
  574. <p>
  575. To customize for your own needs you can creating you own .keytool file using Cool_Signer.keytool as a template. Read the included Readme.txt file for explanation.
  576. </p>
  577. <p>
  578. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  579. You must change/customize this if You want to use this in your own environment, because sample provided here is not intended for other purposes than demonstrating the code.<br />
  580. IMPORTANT!!!
  581. </p>
  582. <p>
  583. <strong>Jarsigner:</strong><br />
  584. Signing_myjarsigner.cmd Cool_Signing_with_XTAF_MD5.jarsigner<br />
  585. in the sample provided will sign all jar files that ends with *.feature_7.2.0.201111100545.jar from the catalog C:\Notes_XTAF_Dictionaries_V9.0_Win_ML and down.<br />
  586. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  587. It also contains the parameters that where tested to work with these features. I will recommend you to use these if you modify and sign the XTAF Dictionaries.<br />
  588. IMPORTANT!!!
  589. </p>
  590. <p>
  591. To customize for your own needs you can creating you own .jarsigner file using Cool_Signing_with_XTAF_MD5.jarsigner as a template. Read the included Readme.txt file for explanation.
  592. </p>
  593. <p>
  594. <strong>Conclusion:</strong><br />
  595. Changing and Signing is hard work but script at least provides you with the means of organising your stuff and ease the burden of signing.
  596. </p>
  597. <p>
  598. &nbsp;</p>
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  604. <title>DomainPatrol Social arrives at IBM Connect 2017</title>
  605. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-arrives-at-ibm-connect-2017</link>
  606. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-arrives-at-ibm-connect-2017#respond</comments>
  607. <pubDate>Fri, 17 Feb 2017 21:33:21 +0000</pubDate>
  608. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Nordin]]></dc:creator>
  609. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  610. <category><![CDATA[connect]]></category>
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  621.  
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  623. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  624. <br />
  625. <br />
  626. <br />
  627. &#160;<br />
  628. <br />
  629. <br />
  630. Almost 2 months of 2017 has already zoomed by, time just seems to fly! Right now we are busy with last minute preparations before IBM Connect in San Francisco next week!<br />
  631. &#160;<br />
  632. <br />
  633. <br />
  634. <br />
  635. <br />
  636. We are bringing a great new release of DomainPatrol Social to IBM Connect!<br />
  637. <br />
  638. <br />
  639. <br />
  640. As you know, DomainPatrol Social is the best tool for administering IBM Connections, for&#160;moving and merging&#160;almost all content and managing users.<br ...]]></description>
  641. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  642. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/logga3.jpg" />
  643. </p>
  644. <p>
  645. &nbsp;
  646. </p>
  647. <p>
  648. Almost 2 months of 2017 has already zoomed by, time just seems to fly! Right now we are busy with last minute preparations before IBM Connect in San Francisco next week!<br />
  649. &nbsp;
  650. </p>
  651. <hr />
  652. <h2>
  653. <br />
  654. <strong>We are bringing a great new release of DomainPatrol Social to IBM Connect!</strong><br />
  655. </h2>
  656. <p>
  657. <br />
  658. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Screen-Shot-2017-02-17-at-22.28.04-copy.png"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Screen-Shot-2017-02-17-at-22.28.04-copy.png" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: left; width: 100px; height: 329px;" /></a><span style="font-size:16px;">As you know, DomainPatrol Social is the best tool for administering IBM Connections, for&nbsp;<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">moving and merging</a>&nbsp;almost all content and managing users.</span>
  659. </p>
  660. <p>
  661. In our new release we are introducing <strong>Reports</strong>. You can now get detailed statistics about the usage of your IBM Connections environment. For example when a Community was last updated, how many active/inactive owners it has and the sizes of all components and widgets. You can see the usage of Personal Files, how many there are, last update, active/inactive owners etc. The same goes for Wikis, Activities, Blogs, CCM, Community Files and Forums.
  662. </p>
  663. <p>
  664. <font color="#000000"><a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social%20request" target="_blank">Contact us</a>&nbsp;if you would like a demo or a free trial in your own environment!</font>
  665. </p>
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  681. <hr />
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  686. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/CE-ConnectionsExpert_Logo_trans.png" style="height: 142px; width: 400px;" />
  687. </p>
  688. <p>
  689. &nbsp;
  690. </p>
  691. <p>
  692. Do you see even more in depth analysis of your IBM Connections environment? Then we recommend that you take a look at ConnectionsExpert from our strategic partner panagenda. It is the perfect complement to DomainPatrol Social.
  693. </p>
  694. <p>
  695. Get continuous and accurate insight into user behavior in order to maximize the potential of your Connections environment.
  696. </p>
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  705. Adoption<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Community-Usage-Bubble-Chart.png.jpg"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Community-Usage-Bubble-Chart.png.jpg" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: right; width: 350px; height: 195px;" /></a><br />
  706. </h3>
  707. <p>
  708. Increasing the adoption rate is a big challenge when&nbsp;introducing IBM Connections. ConnectionsExpert has&nbsp;been specifically designed to provide continuous&nbsp;usage and adoption insights.
  709. </p>
  710. <p>
  711. It reveals approaches to&nbsp;accelerating adoption and is a great source for&nbsp;management reports.
  712. </p>
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  721. Analytics<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Operational-Dashboard.png.jpg"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Operational-Dashboard.png.jpg" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: right; width: 350px; height: 174px;" /></a><br />
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  723. <p>
  724. In powerful solutions like IBM Connections, it is not&nbsp;always easy to access, find or even be aware of all the&nbsp;important information one needs in order to utilize&nbsp;the system to its full potential. One of the focus areas&nbsp;of ConnectionsExpert is to perform analytics to&nbsp;reveal these nuggets of vital information, visualize&nbsp;them and make it easy to act on the findings.
  725. </p>
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  734. <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social">Contact us</a> if you are interested in either of our solutions!&nbsp;</p>
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