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This guide is intended for the person who will <strong>install</strong> the <strong>operating</strong> environment for the IBM SurePOS 100.
2007-11-27
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This document is intended for the person who will <strong>install</strong>, set up, and use the IBM SurePOS 100 series models 108 and 118
2011-10-04
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The IBM eServer pSeries Systems Handbook 2003 Edition, SG24-5120 is a comprehensive single-source guide covering the pSeries product line. In some cases, withdrawn products are included for comparison. Major hardware and software offerings are introduced and their prominent functions discussed. This IBM Redbooks publication is suitable for professionals wishing to acquire a better understanding of pSeries products, including customers, sales and marketing professionals, technical support professionals, and IBM Business Partners. Inside this book, you will find a historical look at RS/6000 and pSeries hardware, an overview of the latest pSeries models, a short discussion on hardware architecture, information on storage, graphics, and communications features, a description of AIX and supported software platforms, and hundreds of tables and figures providing effective access to useful information. The introduction of this book expands the current set of pSeries handbooks by providing an ideal, comprehensive, desktop reference that covers the entire product range from the desktop to the raised floor. This book does not replace the latest pSeries marketing materials and tools. It is intended as an additional source of information that, together with existing sources, may be used to enhance your knowledge of IBM solutions for the UNIX marketplace.
2005-03-30
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Do you want to integrate structured workflow into your business processes but need some programming samples to get started? This IBM Redbooks publication on IBM FlowMark V2.3 is written for you. We begin with an introduction to FlowMark and its application programming. Then, using a business workflow scenario, we list some tasks and show how to program them in a FlowMark environment. We also include some application development techniques. A compact disk is provided that contains source for the samples. This book is written for programmers and consultants who are involved in producing FlowMark demos or customizing run-time clients. The information applies to Windows NT, Windows 96 and OS/2 <strong>operating</strong> systems. We have assumed that you have some knowledge of FlowMark and your programming environment and tools.
1997-10-21
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The IBM Redbooks publication is unique in its detailed coverage of Lotus Domino Server Release 4.6 on an RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system platform. Both Lotus Domino Servers and Notes Workstations are functionally platform independent: that is, they will look the same to the end user and perform most of the same functions regardless of platform. Clearly, however, there are differences in the underlying <strong>operating</strong> systems' platforms. This book examines, in detail, the <strong>installation</strong> and administration of Lotus Domino Server Release 4.6 in the RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system environment. We have also documented AIX functions, commands, and scripts which can greatly help the administrator who is new to the AIX or UNIX world. This book is intended to help the technical professional to <strong>install</strong> and administer Lotus Domino Server <strong>installations</strong> where one or more of the Lotus Domino Server <strong>installations</strong> where one or more of the Lotus Domino Servers is running on an RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system platform. It also covers administration tasks, security, printers, and performance considerations that support personnel will find informative. This book should make you feel confident in implementing a successful <strong>installation</strong> of Lotus Domino Servers and Lotus Notes Workstations on the RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system.
1998-09-10
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The IBM Redbooks publication is unique in its detailed coverage of Lotus Domino Server Release 4.6 on an RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system platform. Both Lotus Domino Servers and Notes Workstations are functionally platform independent: that is, they will look the same to the end user and perform most of the same functions regardless of platform. Clearly, however, there are differences in the underlying <strong>operating</strong> systems' platforms. This book examines, in detail, the <strong>installation</strong> and administration of Lotus Domino Server Release 4.6 in the RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system environment. We have also documented AIX functions, commands, and scripts which can greatly help the administrator who is new to the AIX or UNIX world. This book is intended to help the technical professional to <strong>install</strong> and administer Lotus Domino Server <strong>installations</strong> where one or more of the Lotus Domino Server <strong>installations</strong> where one or more of the Lotus Domino Servers is running on an RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system platform. It also covers administration tasks, security, printers, and performance considerations that support personnel will find informative. This book should make you feel confident in implementing a successful <strong>installation</strong> of Lotus Domino Servers and Lotus Notes Workstations on the RS/6000 AIX <strong>operating</strong> system.
1998-09-10
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Much attention is being focused on automating the flow of work items through a business. IBM has several offerings which address this interest, including a structured workflow product called MQSeries Workflow. This IBM Redbooks publication will help you <strong>install</strong>, tailor and configure the IBM MQSeries Workflow V3.1.2 product on Windows NT. We have included an introduction to MQWF, a task list for how to <strong>install</strong> it, a discussion of design issues, and some tips on how to migrate from the previous workflow product, IBM FlowMark V2.3. This book will be especially helpful for workflow consultants and system programmers. Some knowledge of workflow and FlowMark is assumed.
1999-04-02
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Implementing a workflow system is a new and complex task. Much experience has been gained and lessons learned during the past few years. This IBM Redbooks publication presents experiences learned from actual customer <strong>installations</strong> with IBM FlowMark V2.3 on AIX, Windows and OS/2 This book discusses topics related to the architecture, design and implementation of a production workflow system. It will be valuable to system architects, IBM business partners, service providers (IBM Global Services, system integrators), and software developers who design and implement systems that use FlowMark. You should be familiar with a basic FlowMark system and have attended FlowMark education, such as the FlowMark Technical Workshop. While the basic FlowMark concepts, such as how to create a process model, are not covered, this book discusses advanced topics. You should have a firm understanding of the business requirements of your workflow system, so that you can apply the recommendations made and make a decision between the alternatives outlined and the opinions voiced.
1999-01-27
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This IBM Redbooks publication will help you understand the issues of using VisualAge Generator GUIs in a FlowMark workflow process. It will help you develop your own solution. System architects and developers can take advantage of the information about integrating VisualAge Generator with FlowMark to develop solutions to business problems that use both tools. This book explains how to design the VisualAge Generator-to-FlowMark interface and includes source and executable code for the sample application used as an example.
1997-06-27
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IBM® Rational® Application Developer for WebSphere® Software V8 is the full-function Eclipse 3.6 technology-based development platform for developing Java™ Platform, Standard Edition Version 6 (Java SE 6) and Java Platform, Enterprise Edition Version 6 (Java EE 6) applications. Beyond this function, Rational Application Developer provides development tools for technologies, such as OSGi, Service Component Architecture (SCA), Web 2.0, and XML. It has a focus on applications to be deployed to IBM WebSphere Application Server and IBM WebSphere Portal. Rational Application Developer provides integrated development tools for all development roles, including web developers, Java developers, business analysts, architects, and enterprise programmers. This IBM Redbooks® publication is a programming guide that highlights the features and tooling included with Rational Application Developer V8.0.1. Many of the chapters provide working examples that demonstrate how to use the tooling to develop applications and achieve the benefits of visual and rapid application development. This publication is an update of Rational Application Developer V7.5 Programming Guide, SG24-7672.
2011-04-19

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