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Implementing Session Timeout for Anonymous Portal Pages

Rajeev Sharma | June 30, 2016 Recently, one of my clients using IBM WebSphere Portal required users to access secured content without actually signing in to the Portal. These users (referred to as Guest Users) use shared secrets only known to them, like a SSN, mobile number, etc. in the entry page of portlet.

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RuleApp Deployment (Part 2)

Deepak Uppal | June 28, 2016 After successful completion of deployment & testing of the RuleApp in the Dev Environment, the next step is to deploy the ruleset to the Rule Execution Server (RES) in higher environments. This blog describes the promotion of RuleApps to different environments.

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RuleApp Deployment (Part 1)

Deepak Uppal | June 17, 2016 Deployment is the activity of creating a RuleApp and making it available for use by a Rule Execution Server (RES) instance. After rule authoring, the code is deployed on the server (RES) so that it can be accessed by the calling applications. We must also deploy the execution object model (XOM) that references the application objects and data against which we run our rules.

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IBM Decision Service Integration: Message-driven Bean Call & Java Watch Service

Alok Keshri | June 15, 2016

The IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) Decision Service can be exposed/called in multiple ways; however, the easiest and most convenient method of exposing the Decision Service is using the out

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IBM ODM Rule Execution using JavaScript

Bhairavnath Lamkane | June 08, 2016

IBM Operational Decision Management (ODM) provides a built-in set of REST API endpoints for Rule Project management and execution.

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Leveraging BPM Coaches for BPEL Process Human Tasks

Parthasarathi Jayapathi | June 02, 2016 Since the acquisition of Lombardi by IBM and its subsequent merger with WebSphere Process Server, Business Process Model & Notation (BPMN) and Coaches have become exceptionally popular in the Business Process Management (BPM) world.

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PSD2 - The Terrifying Sequel?

Steve Cox | May 18, 2016 In the world of Hollywood, sequels are often hotly anticipated, well received and generate considerable revenue for all concerned. When it comes to the world of European Financial Regulations, a second tranche of Payment Service Directives is rather less welcomed by all concerned.

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Guest Post: Going faster by not moving – IBM Appliance M2001

Leif Davidsen | May 18, 2016 With the improved HA and DR functions, the increased storage capacity and the greatly increased performance, IBM believes this enhanced MQ Appliance makes even more sense to be used as the heart of your IBM MQ deployment, or as a highly available pair of appliances that can be deployed anywhere you need MQ capability.

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Using Dynamic Domains for Flexible Rule Implementation in IBM ODM

Artur Sahakyan | May 18, 2016 Ensuring rule accuracy, ease of use and business-friendliness are an important part of rule development in IBM Operational Decision Management (ODM).

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Enriching User Stories with Personas

Smriti Kapuria | April 12, 2016 A persona serves as a cognitive aid that allows developers and stakeholders to easily visualize target end users. This tool is especially useful during feature definition exercises and use case creation.

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IBM ODM Rule Implementation Standards and Best Practices - Part 2

Artur Sahakyan | April 07, 2016 In my earlier article I emphasized the importance of following best practices and guidelines in software development. Following IBM ODM rule development standards and best practices is crucial for implementing a readable, reusable, robust and efficient rule application

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User-centered Design: Enhance your Digital Portfolio with Creative Thinking

Smriti Kapuria | April 05, 2016 In today’s world of the rapid System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), Agile and Scrum methodologies are finding wide acceptance. So, here’s a creative approach to optimize time and resources. By including a prototyping design phase early on in the process, the team creatively visualizes how the user experiences the end product/technology solution.

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