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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
IBM Connections 4.5 Integration - From Zero To Social Hero - 2.0 - with Domino LDAP
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This document describes how to integrate IBM Connections 4.5 with IBM Lotus Domino iNotes, with IBM Sametime for Online Awareness and Business Card. How to install the IBM Connections Portlets for …

This document describes how to integrate IBM Connections 4.5 with IBM Lotus Domino iNotes, with IBM Sametime for Online Awareness and Business Card. How to install the IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal 8.0 and how to configure them. Adding the search integration and community content on pages. The Sametime Advanced integration and Quickr Integration is not included in this version.

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  • 1. © 2009 IBM CorporationIBM Collaboration SolutionsIBM Connections 4.5Integration”From Zero to Social Hero”Frank Altenburg | SME for IBM SametimeIBM Collaboration Solutionsmailto:frank.altenburg@de.ibm.comVersion 2.0, released May. 29. 2013For Domino LDAP
  • 2. 2 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAgenda● Introduction● Requirements for the IBM Connections 4.5 integration● Architecture of a IBM Connections 4.5 integration deployment● The steps to integrate an IBM Connections 4.5 Server withother products
  • 3. 3 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIntroductionThis document● Describes how to implement, in a very fast way, the connectivity to IBM Domino SocialMail, IBM Sametime and IBM WebSphere Portal with an IBM Connections 4.5 Server.● It is designed for a Proof of Concept, Proof of Technology or a small test pilotdeployment only.● It does not contain information how to implement a high available infrastructure.● You can start with this document just to "make your bosses happy". But to make thesystem available for a larger number of users, it is recommended to invite IBMServices to plan and implement a clustered IBM Connections infrastructure in yourorganization that is fully supported.● The Author has tested this scenario with the hardware specification and softwarecomponents described in this document.● You can use the official IBM support channels for any issue you raise when you usejust this document to install your IBM Connections server. All instructions in thisdocument are based on the official documentation wiki.● You need IBM Connections licenses to download the code from Passport Advantageand to install and use this software.
  • 4. 4 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAudienceThis Installation Guide assumes that you have prior experience with products that supportenterprise web applications.IBM® Connections has dependencies on a number of other products. This guide assumes thatyou have a basic knowledge of those products, including how to:● Install, configure, secure, and administer IBM WebSphere® Application Server.● Install IBM Tivoli® Directory Server, Microsoft® Active Directory, Sun Java™ SystemDirectory Server, or IBM Lotus® Domino® LDAP directory, and then configureWebSphere Application Server to use that LDAP directory with federated repositories.● Create, manage, and drop IBM DB2®, Oracle, or Microsoft SQL Server databases.● Install IBM HTTP Server, and then configure it to interact with IBM WebSphereApplication Server over HTTP and HTTPS.● Install and configure Cognos Business Intelligence and Cognos Transformer
  • 5. 5 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAgenda● Introduction● Requirements for the IBM Connections 4.5 integration● Architecture of a IBM Connections 4.5 integration deployment● The steps to integrate an IBM Connections 4.5 Server withother products
  • 6. 6 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessDetailed system requirements for IBM ConnectionsYou can find the official IBM Connections 4.5 System Requirements here:Detailed system requirements for IBM Connections (#7012786)
  • 7. 7 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIBM Connections 4.5 Server PrerequisitesFor this pilot deployment you need● to download the required installation files from Passport Advantage and FixCentral● A installed IBM Connections 4.5 Server● A IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.3 FP3 Server for Domino Mail integration● A IBM Sametime Proxy Server 8.5.2 IFR1 for the Sametime awareness and BIZ-Card integration (optional)● A IBM Sametime Advanced server version 8.5.2 IFR1 with the latest hotfix● A IBM WebSphere Portal Server version 8.0.0 or 8.0.0.1 or CF5
  • 8. 8 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOS and Network requirements● Make sure that all servers you want to use can be resolved in DNS.● If DNS is not available then list all full qualified server names and IP addresses fromall servers in the hosts file and publish this file to all servers.● If your machines have multiple NIC and / or multiple IP addresses and / or multiplehostnames and / or multiple aliases in DNS then this can cause issues that wehave not tested. We recommend to have machines with only one NIC and one IPaddress, a full qualified host name in the OS network preferences and if requiredone DNS Alias for example “connections.renovations.com” if the machine nameis cryptic and you dont want to use it as access point for your users.● If you use Windows 2008 as Operating System, then you need to start allinstallations and configurations in „Administrative mode“.
  • 9. 9 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessFor the Domino Social Mail integration you need to download this file from Greenhouse:ICM1.3_allplattform_install.zipThis download can be found here. Log in with your Greenhouse ID and password. If you donthave a Greenhouse ID you can join Greenhouse for free.https://greenhouse.lotus.com/plugins/plugincatalog.nsf/assetDetails.xsp?action=editDocument&documentId=2118E657CE35A81F85257B2C0083B92DFor the IBM connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal:IC45_Portlets_FP1_20130509.zipThis download can be found here. Log in with your Greenhouse ID and password. If you donthave a Greenhouse ID you can join Greenhouse for free.https://greenhouse.lotus.com/plugins/plugincatalog.nsf/assetDetails.xsp?action=editDocument&documentId=B72C4E177060582285257B3A0053BB6FRequired files for a deployment on Windows
  • 10. 10 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessFor the IBM connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal it is highly recommended that thefollowing Interim Fixes be deployed: PM85484, PM84403, LO74531, LO74499, LO74629.You should download this files from Fix Central:For the WebSphere Portal Server:8.0.0.1-WP-IFPM85484.zip8.0.0.1-WP-IFPM84403.zipFor the IBM Connections Server:4.5.0.0-IC-Multi-LO74499.jarLO74629.jarAn other important Hotfix for IBM Connections Content Manager is recommended. See thisTechnote:http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21632856Download this file from Fix Central:5.2.0.0-P8CPE-IF001.zipRequired files for a deployment on Windows (cont...)
  • 11. 11 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRequired files for a deployment on Windows (cont.)If you have downloaded all files into a single directory then this directory should look likethis screen shot:
  • 12. 12 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUnpack the ICM file to the directory “C:Install” on your IBM Connections Server:Required files for a deployment on Windows (cont.)
  • 13. 13 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUnpack the Portlets file do the directory “C:Install” on your IBM WebSphere PortalServer:Required files for a deployment on Windows (cont.)
  • 14. 14 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAgenda● Introduction● Requirements for a IBM Connections 4.5 integration● Architecture of a IBM Connections 4.5 integration deployment● The steps to integrate an IBM Connections 4.5 Server withother products
  • 15. 15 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIBM Connections 4.5 architecture for this documentExisting components New components to be installedIBM DB2DatabaseServerIBMConnectionsServerCognosBI ServerIBM HTTPServerIBM LotusDomino LDAPServerIBM LotusDomino WebAccessServerIBMSametimeProxy ServerIBMSametimeCommunityServerIBM DB2DatabaseClientIBM TivoliDirectoryIntegratorIBMConnectionsContentManagerIBMSametimeAdvancedServerIBMWebSpherePortalServer
  • 16. 16 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAgenda● Introduction● Requirements for a IBM Connections 4.5 integration● Architecture of a IBM Connections 4.5 integration deployment● The steps to integrate an IBM Connections 4.5 Server withother products
  • 17. 17 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe steps to integrate an IBM Connections 4.5 Server with other products● IBM Connections 4.5 on Mobile devices 18● IBM Connections Desktop Plug-ins for Microsoft Windows 23● IBM Connections 4.5 Plug-ins for IBM Lotus Notes 26● Configure IBM Lotus Domino Social Mail integration 27● An easy way to import some user photos 157● Adding Sametime awareness through the IBM Sametime ProxyServer 186● Configure IBM Sametime Proxy to use the IBM Connectionsbusiness card in place of the Sametime business card 207● Installing and configuring the IBM Connections Portlets forWebSphere Portal 223● Integrating IBM Sametime Advanced with IBM Connections 374
  • 18. 18 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConnections 4.5 on Mobile devicesYou can use the web browser on your mobile device to access the mobile version of IBMConnections. The mobile version optimizes the applications for use from a mobile device.It makes it easier for you to perform tasks with a minimal number of clicks.Instead of using the web version from a mobile device, you can also install nativeapplications on the following devices:Android devicesApple iPhoneApple iPadApple iPod TouchBlackBerry OS6 devicesSearch for the IBM Connections application from the Apple App Store, Android Market, orBlackBerry App World.
  • 19. 19 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessHow do I enable the mobile version?Before you beginNote: While it is possible to access IBM Connections by using the browser on your mobiledevice, IBM recommends that you use the IBM Connections native app instead. The nativeapp is available for following mobile devices:AndroidApple iOSBlackBerryEstablish how mobile users will remotely and securely connect into your enterprise for IBMConnections mobile access from a device.If your enterprise requires the use of a VPN for mobile device remote access, Lotus MobileConnect is a recommended option.
  • 20. 20 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessHow do I enable the mobile version?If you use signer certificates that are not already trusted by the web browser, install theSSL signer (trust) certificate on the mobile device. Standard certificate authorities, such asVeriSign, for example, are trusted by most web browsers, so you would not need toperform this step if you are using a certificate from a standard certificate authority. Toinstall the SSL signer certificate on the mobile device, complete the following step:● Apple iOS:Send an email to your users with the certificate provided as an attachment. Ask yourusers to open the attachment from the device. When they do, the device recognizesand installs the certificate.● Devices that run on the Symbian operating system:Refer to the documentation for the device to find out how to install certificates.For example, to install a certificate on the Nokia S60 device, go to the Nokia website.When you install IBM Connections, select the option to install Mobile.Note: If you already installed IBM Connections, but did not select the Mobile application atthe time, you can rerun the installation wizard in Modify mode.
  • 21. 21 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessHow do I enable the mobile version?Instruct your users that they can access the mobile version of IBM Connections bycompleting the following steps:1) Log in to your intranet from the mobile device.2) Go to the following web address:http://hostname/mobilein this example we can use“http://connections.renovations.com/mobile”where hostname is the same server host name from which users access IBM Connectionsin a standard web browser.
  • 22. 22 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessInstalling plug-ins to use IBM Connections in otherapplicationsYou can access your IBM Connections data from within other products by adding plug-insto those other products.IBM Connections Desktop Plug-ins for Microsoft WindowsUse the plug-ins to share files and information between Microsoft™ Windows™applications and IBM Connections.IBM Connections Plug-in for Microsoft SharePointThe IBM Connections Plug-in for Microsoft SharePoint brings IBM Connectionsapplications such as searching by tag, searching by profile, and viewing business cards,into the SharePoint environment. Install the IBM Connections Widget for MicrosoftSharePoint so that Connections users can access documents from a SharePoint server.
  • 23. 23 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIBM Connections Desktop Plug-ins for MicrosoftWindowsThe IBM Connections Desktop Plug-ins Microsoft Windows supports:● IBM Connections 4.5● IBM Connections 4.0● IBM Connections 3.0.1.1● Microsoft Windows XP SP3 (32-bit)● Windows Vista (32-bit)● Windows 7 SP1 (32-bit, 64-bit)● Microsoft Office 2007 Standard or higher (32-bit)2010 Standard or higher (32, 64-bit)● Microsoft Outlook 2007 Standard or higher (32-bit), 2010 Standard or higher (32, 64-bit)
  • 24. 24 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIBM Connections Desktop Plug-ins for MicrosoftWindowsThe IBM Connections Desktop Plug-ins for Microsoft Windows provides the followingfeatures from Microsoft Windows Explorer:● Upload local files to IBM Connections from Windows Explorer or from your desktop● Share uploaded files with people, communities, or folders in IBM Connections● Work on files locally and publish them to IBM Connections● View peoples contact details and get in touch with them● Pin, follow, or like IBM Connections files and folders● View or contribute comments for a file● Lock a file when you are editing it to prevent file conflicts● View and restore files from IBM Connections Trash● Share folders with IBM Connections Communities
  • 25. 25 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessPerforming a user installationProcedure1) Download the plug-in from the IBM Connections catalog at the following web site:https://greenhouse.lotus.com/catalog2) Unzip the file.3) Double-click “IBMConnectionsDesktop.exe” to launch the installation program.4) Choose not to install the Microsoft Office or Microsoft Outlook plug-ins. In the CustomSetup panel, click the icon next to Microsoft Office or Microsoft Outlook, and then click“This feature will not be available” to not install those plug-ins. The MicrosoftExplorer plug in is always installed.5) Click Finish to complete the installation.6) If prompted, reboot your computer.
  • 26. 26 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIBM Connections 4.5 Plug-ins for NotesIBM has just released the latest IBM Connections 4.0 plug-ins for Notes. Unlike previousreleases, IBM has now combined all of the Notes plug-ins into a single install.● NEW: attach a file to a status update● NEW: like / unlike a status update● NEW: Activity stream integration allows to monitor updates for all Connections services● NEW: search by people and communities● NEW Lock/unlock files● Support for Linux desktopsYou can download the new Plug-Ins from Greenhouse here:https://greenhouse.lotus.com/plugins/plugincatalog.nsf/assetDetails.xsp?action=editDocument&documentId=C1245802A721A20185257A9B005EFD52
  • 27. 27 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfigure IBM Lotus Domino Mail integration inIBM Connections 4.5Installation overviewReview the software and hardware requirements for the systems that host IBMConnections Mail. For more information, see IBM Connections Mail system requirements.● Install and configure IBM Connections 4.5.● Configure your IBM Lotus Domino Mail Server to use SSL with a self signedcertificate.● Configure single sign-on between Connections and your mail servers. Import SSLcertificates. Then verify that your settings are correct. For more information, seePreparing to install IBM Connections Mail.● Restart all Connections servers.● Download and install the required software. For more information, see Installing IBMConnections Mail.● Enable the mail and calendar icons, the discovery service, and the in-product help.Optionally, change preferences. For more information, see Configuring IBMConnections Mail.● Restart all Connections servers.The official IBM Connections Mail 1.3 documentation can be found here:http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/lcwiki.nsf/xpDocViewer.xsp?lookupName=IBM+Connections+Mail+1.3+documentation#action=openDocument&content=catcontent&ct=prodDoc
  • 28. 28 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfigure your IBM Lotus Domino Mail Server to use SSL with aself signed certificate.If your IBM Lotus Domino Mail server is already configured to use a SSL certificate, thenyou can skip this step.In your IBM Lotus Notes Client login with an Admin ID and then click “File” - “Open” -“Lotus Notes Application”. Or just use the “Ctrl-O” combination on your keyboard.
  • 29. 29 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Look in” field select your Mail Server. Then select the “Server Certificate Admin”database and click the “Open” button.
  • 30. 30 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClose the “About” page.
  • 31. 31 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the last entry “Create Key Ring with Self-Signed Certificate”.
  • 32. 32 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessFill the required fields:“Key Ring Password” and “Password Verify”. The “Common Name” is the DNS HostName of your Mail server. The “Organization” the “State or Province” and “Country” fieldsneeds to be filled. Take note of the “Key Ring File name”. This file name is required later.
  • 33. 33 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that you have entered all data correctly. Then click the “OK” button to continue.
  • 34. 34 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClose the “Server Certificate Admin” database.
  • 35. 35 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen your Domino Directory to edit the Server document.
  • 36. 36 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClose the “About” page if it opens.
  • 37. 37 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the navigator open “Configuration” - “Servers” and then click “All Server Documents”.
  • 38. 38 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessDouble click your Mail server to open the server document.
  • 39. 39 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the server document click the “Ports” tab.
  • 40. 40 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Internet Ports...” tab.
  • 41. 41 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo edit the server document click the “Edit Server” button.
  • 42. 42 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “SSL key file name” field enter the name of your keyfile that you have createdbefore.
  • 43. 43 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOn the same page in the “Web” tab enable the “SSL port status”. Then click the “OK”button.
  • 44. 44 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “TCP/IP port status” field change the setting to “Redirect to SSL”. Then click the“OK” button.
  • 45. 45 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Save & Close” button.
  • 46. 46 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo bring the last changes online just shut down the HTTP task. In your Server consoleenter the command “tell http q”.
  • 47. 47 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessWhen the HTTP Server has shutdown enter the command “load http”.
  • 48. 48 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe HTTP Server has started successfully.
  • 49. 49 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo test the new settings open your browser and enter the URL to one of your mail fileslike “http://chat.renovations.com/mail/sguru.nsf”.
  • 50. 50 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe mail server automatically redirects you to a secure SSL connection and asks you toconfirm the self signed – untrusted – certificate. In Mozilla Firefox just click “I Understandthe Risks”.
  • 51. 51 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Add Exception...” button.
  • 52. 52 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo view the self signed certificate click the “View...” button.
  • 53. 53 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYes it is your self signed SSL certificated issued to your mail server. Click the “Close”button.
  • 54. 54 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Get Certificate” button and then the “Confirm Security Exception” button.
  • 55. 55 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with the user ID and password of the mail file owner.
  • 56. 56 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou have now successfully reached the IBM Lotus Domino Web Access of the user using asecure SSL connection.
  • 57. 57 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfigure single sign-on between IBM Connections and your IBMLotus Domino mail server.First you need to access the IBM Connections Integrated Solutions Console. Open yourbrowser and enter the URL to your ISC. In this example we use“http://connections.renovations.com:9060/admin”.
  • 58. 58 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with your wasadmin account and password.
  • 59. 59 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the navigator click “Security” - “Global Security”.
  • 60. 60 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Authentication” are click the “LTPA” link.
  • 61. 61 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter a password twice and the path to where you want to store the exported LTPAToken key file. Then click the “Export keys” button.
  • 62. 62 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that the keys where successfully exported to the file.
  • 63. 63 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCopy the LTPA Token file to your IBM Lotus Domino Client PC into a local directory.
  • 64. 64 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow it is local on your PC.
  • 65. 65 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessGo back to your Lotus Notes client and open again your Server document.
  • 66. 66 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the Server document click the “Internet Protocols...” tab.
  • 67. 67 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Domino Web Engine” tab.
  • 68. 68 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo change the settings click the “Edit Server” button.
  • 69. 69 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “HTTP Session” area change the field “Session Authentication” from “Disabled” to“Multiple Server (SSO)”. Then click the “OK” button.
  • 70. 70 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOn the top of the Server Document click the “Create Web...” button and then the “SSOConfiguration” menu option.
  • 71. 71 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “DNS Domain” field enter your DNS domain. Dont forget the prefix dot. Then click thesmall icon near the “Domino Server Names”.
  • 72. 72 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect your Mail server and click the “Add” button. Then click the “OK” button.
  • 73. 73 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click on “Keys...” and then “Import WebSphere LTPA Keys”.
  • 74. 74 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the path and file name to the local LTPA Token Key file. Then click the “OK” button.
  • 75. 75 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the key file password and click the “OK” button.
  • 76. 76 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that the import was successfully. Then click the “OK” button.
  • 77. 77 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “WebSphere Information” section change the field “Token Format” to “LtpaTokenand LtpaToken2 ...” Then click the “OK” button.
  • 78. 78 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Save & Close” button to save the last changes.
  • 79. 79 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessBack in the Domino server document click the “Save & Close” button to save the lastchanges.
  • 80. 80 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessReopen the server document now.
  • 81. 81 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick again the “Internet Protocols...” tab.
  • 82. 82 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAnd again click the “Domino Web Engine” tab.
  • 83. 83 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAnd once more click the “Edit Server” button.
  • 84. 84 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIt is required to save and reopen the Server document so you can see the newly created“Web SSO Configuration”. Select the “LtpaToken” and click the “OK” button.
  • 85. 85 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Save & Close” button to save the last changes.
  • 86. 86 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNormally it is ok to just restart the HTTP server. But in this case it is recommended to restartthe full domino server.
  • 87. 87 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe next step is required only if you use Domino LDAP. On your IBM Connections Serveropen a file explorer and navigate to the directory“C:IBMWebSphereAppServerprofilesDmgr01configcellsconnectionsCell01wimconfig”. Now open the file “wimconfig.xml” in an editor. (use Notepad or Wordpad or anyother installed editor)
  • 88. 88 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow find the section “<config:realmConfiguration” and in here the line starting with“<config:uniqueUserIdMapping”
  • 89. 89 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessChange the two parameters “uniqueName” to “externalName”. Then save and close thefile.
  • 90. 90 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn your Integrated Solutions Console browser window navigate to “Systemadministration” - “Nodes”.
  • 91. 91 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect both nodes and click the “Full Resynchronize” button.
  • 92. 92 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe “Full Resynchronize” action pushes the manually changed file from the DeploymentManager to the nodes.
  • 93. 93 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessImport SSL certificatesNow click on “Security” - “SSL certificates and key management”.
  • 94. 94 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Related Items” section click the “Key stores and certificates” link.
  • 95. 95 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “CellDefaultTrustStore” link.
  • 96. 96 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Signer certificates” link.
  • 97. 97 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Retrieve from port” button.
  • 98. 98 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the Host name of your Mail server, the Port “443” and an alias for the certificate.Then click the “Retrieve signer information” button.
  • 99. 99 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm the retrieved data and click the “Apply” button.
  • 100. 100 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSave the changes by clicking the “Save” link.
  • 101. 101 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe certificate from the mail server is now succesfully added in WebSphere.
  • 102. 102 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou need to restart all WebSphereservers and tasks. If you use theCMD-Line way enter this commands:Switch to the Cognos Box“stopserver cognos_server-username wasadmin -passwordpassw0rd”“stopserver nodeagent -usernamewasadmin -password passw0rd”Switch to the Connections Box“stopserver connections_server-username wasadmin -passwordpassw0rd”“stopserver nodeagent -usernamewasadmin -password passw0rd”“cd ....Dmgr01bin”“stopserver dmgr -usernamewasadmin -password passw0rd”
  • 103. 103 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAnd now start all servers using thiscommands:“startserver dmgr”“cd ....AppSrv01bin”“startserver nodeagent”“startserver connections_server”Switch to the Cognos Box“startserver nodeagent”“startserver cognos_server”Switch to the Connections Box
  • 104. 104 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessVerify that SSO between IBM Connections and your IBM LotusDomino Mail server worksOpen your browser and enter the URL to your connections server. In our example weuse: “https://connections.renovations.com/homepage”.
  • 105. 105 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a user name and password.
  • 106. 106 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou are now successfully logged in to IBM Connections.
  • 107. 107 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the URL line enter the URL to the mail file of the user who is logged in. In this examplewe use: “https://chat.renovations.com/mail/sdaryn.nsf”.
  • 108. 108 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIf the system does not ask you again to authenticate, then the SSO configuration wassuccessful.
  • 109. 109 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessInstalling IBM Connections MailTo start the Installation Manager click on “Start” - “All Programs” - “IBM InstallationManager” - “IBM Installation Manager”.
  • 110. 110 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “File” and then “Preferences”.
  • 111. 111 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Add Repository...” button.
  • 112. 112 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Browse” button.
  • 113. 113 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNavigate to the directory “C:InstallICM” and select the “repository.config” file. Thenclick the “Open” button.
  • 114. 114 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that the path is correct. Then click the “OK” button.
  • 115. 115 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUn check all other repositories. Then click the “OK” button to continue.
  • 116. 116 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Install” entry.
  • 117. 117 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCheck the 2 check boxes and click the “Next” button to continue.
  • 118. 118 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAccept the terms in the license agreement and click the “Next” button to continue.
  • 119. 119 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCorrect the path and click the “Next” button to continue.
  • 120. 120 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Next” button to continue.
  • 121. 121 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Install” button to continue.
  • 122. 122 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIBM Connections Mail is now installing. This task takes only 2-3 minutes.
  • 123. 123 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe installation has finished successful. Click the “Finish” button to continue.
  • 124. 124 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClose the IBM Installation Manager by clicking “File” and then “Exit”.
  • 125. 125 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in to the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console with your WebSphereAdministrator user ID and password.
  • 126. 126 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnabling or disabling access to IBM Connections MailIn the Integrated Solutions Console click on “Applications” - “WebSphere enterpriseapplications”.
  • 127. 127 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Common” application.
  • 128. 128 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Security role to user/group mapping” link.
  • 129. 129 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the “mail-user” role and click the “Map Special Subjects” button.
  • 130. 130 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the “All Authenticated in Applications Realm” option.
  • 131. 131 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “OK” button to continue.
  • 132. 132 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “Save” to save the last changes.
  • 133. 133 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnabling the discovery service for IBM Connections MailIn the folder in which you installed Connections Mail (“C:IBMConnections Mail”), locatethe “socialmail-discovery-config-template.xml” and the “socialmail-discovery-config.xsd” file. Copy both files to the following folder:“C:IBMWebSphereAppServerprofilesDmgr01configcellsconnectionsCell01LotusConnections-config”.
  • 134. 134 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRename the copied “socialmail-discovery-config-template.xml” file to “socialmail-discovery-config.xml”.
  • 135. 135 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen the file “socialmail-discovery.xml” in your editor. (you can use Notepad,Wordpad or any other text editor)
  • 136. 136 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the socialmail-discovery-config.xml file, replace the example information with yourinformation. For each server configuration in your environment, you must have aServerConfig tag with a unique name attribute.Example:<ServerConfig name="domino-config"><ConfigType>DOMINO</ConfigType><DirectoryServer>chat.renovations.com</DirectoryServer><DirectoryServerDomino>chat.renovations.com</DirectoryServer><DirectoryUser>LDAP Bind</DirectoryUser><DirectoryPW>Passw0rd</DirectoryPW><MailPattern type="renovations.com" /></ServerConfig>Then remove the unneeded examples. Now save and close the file.
  • 137. 137 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the Integrated Solutions Console click “System Administration” - “Nodes”.
  • 138. 138 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the 2 nodes and click the “Full Resynchronize” button.
  • 139. 139 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSynchronization was successful.
  • 140. 140 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen your browser and enter the URL to your Connections Server“https://connections.renovations.com/homepage”.
  • 141. 141 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a valid user name and password.
  • 142. 142 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow enter the URL:“https://connections.renovations.com/connections/resources/discovery/DiscoveryServlet?email=samantha.daryn@renovations.com”. Use the email address of the userwho logged in.
  • 143. 143 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe discovery service should display the domino mail server name, the mail file and the path.
  • 144. 144 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the menu line you can now see the icons for Mail and Calendar.If you dont see the icons, then clean the browser cache and log in again.
  • 145. 145 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnabling help for IBM Connections MailOpen a CMD line window and navigate to the directory“C:IBMWebSphereAppServerprofilesDmgr01bin”. Then enter the command“wsadmin -lang jython -username wasadmin -password passw0rd”.
  • 146. 146 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow enter the command “execfile(“connectionsConfig.py”)”.
  • 147. 147 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo enable help for all applications enter the command:“LCConfigHelp.setHelp("c:/temp","activities","blogs","bookmarks","communities","files","forums","homepage","profiles",“wikis“,“icmail“)”.
  • 148. 148 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSwitch back to your Integrated Solutions Console and click “Applications” -“Application Types” - “WebSphere enterprise applications”.
  • 149. 149 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the “Help” application and click the “Stop” button.
  • 150. 150 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe application Help is now stopped successfully.
  • 151. 151 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the File explorer navigate to the directory“C:IBMWebSphereAppServerprofilesAppSrv01tempconnectionsNode01connections_server”. Here delete the “Help” subdirectory.
  • 152. 152 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that you really want to delete this directory with the “Yes” button.
  • 153. 153 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSwitch back to the Integrated Solutions Console. Select the “Help” application and click the“Start” button.
  • 154. 154 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe Help application has started successfully.
  • 155. 155 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn your Connections Browser window click the Help Button ( the one with the questionmark? )
  • 156. 156 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe Help window now shows the “Mail and Calendar” help.
  • 157. 157 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAn easy way to import some user photos into theprofilesAbout this taskAdding users photos make IBM Connections more user friendly and will help increaseacceptance of this Pilot.Be aware that all people using this system must agree to show their photos to others.The following task demonstrates an easy way to import a small number of user photos (nomore than 50) into profiles for a IBM Connection Pilot. However, if you have more peopleand want an automated process for maintaining photos it is recommended to invite IBMServices to develop a solution that will fit your environment.
  • 158. 158 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSetting up your development environmentAbout this taskWhen you install IBM Connections, a set of Tivoli Directory Integrator (TDI) components areinstalled on your system. These components are used by the population wizard and otherTDI tasks, such as the synchronization tasks, to populate and update the IBM Connectionsuser directory. They are stored in a compressed file referred to as the TDI solution directory(tdisol.zip or tdisol.tar).The solution directory includes a set of connectors, which are standard TDI componentsthat you can use to build your own TDI assembly lines when the assembly lines in thesolution directory do not suit your needs. Your custom assembly lines can:● Use an available plug point, such as an alternate source for profiles data or customdelete processing● Create a stand-alone program to interact with the profiles, photos, pronunciation, orcode sections of profiles through the available connectors.This section describes how to set up a development environment in which you can writeyour own assembly lines using the Profiles TDI connectors provided in the IBM Connectionsinstallation package.
  • 159. 159 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the File explorer navigate to the directory“c:InstallIBM_Connections_Install_WindowsnsTDISOL”. Right click the file“tdicol.zip” and seleect “Extract All...”.
  • 160. 160 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the destination directory “C:IBMTDISOL” and click the “Extract” button.
  • 161. 161 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNext step is to configure the TDI development environment. Open a CMD Line window withAdministrator rights and navigate to your TDI directory with the command “cdC:IBMTDIV7.1”. Then enter the command “ibmditk.bat -s C:IBMTDISOLTDI”.
  • 162. 162 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the Workspace Launcher window just accept the default workspace path and click the“OK” button. Ignore the popup message and close the Workspace Launcher. It already hascreated the required “workspace” directory.
  • 163. 163 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOne of the batch files has a path to the TDI directory hard coded to “C:ProgramFilesIBMTDIV7.1”. If you have installed your environment to another drive or to anotherpath then you need to change this hard coded path in the file “tdienv.bat”. To edit“tdienv.bat” it is best to use the wordpad or any other Editor, but not Notepad. Open a CMDline window and navigate to your Development Directory with the command “cdC:IBMTDISOLTDI”. Then enter the command “C:Program FilesWindowsNTAccesorieswordpad.exe tdienv.bat”.
  • 164. 164 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessFind the “SET TDIPATH” line and change the path to “C:IBMTDIV7.1”
  • 165. 165 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSave and close the file.
  • 166. 166 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe next step is to modify the properties file. Open your File Explorer and navigate to the“C:IBMTDISOLTDI” directory and open the file “profiles_tdi.properties”.
  • 167. 167 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEdit these fields with the right data:
  • 168. 168 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial Businesssource_ldap_url=ldap://chat.renovations.com:389source_ldap_user_login=LDAP Bind{protect}-source_ldap_user_password=Passw0rd[...]dbrepos_jdbc_url=jdbc:db2://connections.renovations.com:50000/peopledbdbrepos_jdbc_driver=com.ibm.db2.jcc.DB2Driverdbrepos_username=LCUSER{protect}-dbrepos_password=passw0rd[...]
  • 169. 169 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe TDI development environment is now ready to use.An easy way to import user photos is to:● Add one photo in the standard way using the IBM Connections User interface● Use the TDI script to export this photo into the development environment● Add other photos into the development environment using the existing one as anexample● Use the TDI script to import all photos to the IBM Connections Profiles database
  • 170. 170 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog In to IBM Connections with a valid user account.
  • 171. 171 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “Profiles” and then “My Profile”.
  • 172. 172 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Edit My Profile” button.
  • 173. 173 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Photo” tab.
  • 174. 174 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Choose a file” button.
  • 175. 175 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNavigate to the directory where you have the photos and select the right photo file.Then click the “Open” button.
  • 176. 176 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCorrect the display size and click the “Save and Close” button.
  • 177. 177 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe user photo is now in the profile.
  • 178. 178 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessGo back to your CMD line window and be sure to be in the “C:IBMTDISOLTDI”directory. Enter the command “dump_photos_to_files.bat”. Be sure to get the “successrecords is 1” message.
  • 179. 179 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNavigate to the directory where the dump script has saved the photo file“C:IBMTDISOLTDIdump_photos” and copy your Photo files into this directory.
  • 180. 180 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “C:IBMTDISOLTDI” directory open the file “collect_photos.in” for editing.
  • 181. 181 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessMark the 3 existing lines and copy them – five copies in this example. One copy foreach user you want to add a photo.
  • 182. 182 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn this example there are now 6 records for user photos. Next is to modify theserecords with the right photo filenames and users short names.
  • 183. 183 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAfter editing it can look like this example. Save and close the file.
  • 184. 184 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessGo back to your CMD line window and enter the command“load_photos_from_files.bat”. Be sure to see the message “success records is 6”.
  • 185. 185 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the IBM Connections user interface navigate to “Profiles” - “My Network”. Now you cansee the photos in the “Do You Know” frame.
  • 186. 186 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAdding Sametime awareness through theSametime Proxy ServerBefore you beginNote: This is an optional configuration.You must have the following software enabled to be able to add presence awareness toIBM Connections:● Domino® Server 8.5 or laterRefer to Installing and setting up Domino servers.● IBM Sametime 8.5.2 Interim Feature Release 1 or later, with the Sametime SystemConsole, Sametime Community Server, and Sametime Proxy Server components.Refer to the appropriate installation documentation for your Sametime product:● Sametime Standard 8.5.2 Interim Feature Release 1● Sametime Advanced 8.5.2 Interim Feature Release 1Attention: See the IBM Connections system requirements for details on interim fixesrequired for enabling Sametime awareness.Complete the following procedures before attempting to enable awareness.● Enable single sign-on between the Domino environment and the IBM Connectionsserver. See the following wiki article for details: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/lcwiki.nsf/dx/setting-up-single-sign-on-in-domino-environments
  • 187. 187 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAbout this taskWhen you enable presence awareness using the Sametime Proxy server, a personsonline status is indicated by a set of icons and an associated status message that isavailable from the persons profile and business card. Presence awareness tells youwhether the person is available to chat, busy in a meeting, or away from their computer. Inaddition to seeing a persons availability, you can carry on a chat with that person evenwhen no Sametime client is installed.SSL support: If you have configured the product to send traffic over SSL, presenceawareness can be retrieved over SSL. For more information about enabling SSL forSametime, refer to the documentation provided with the Sametime SDK, which is availablefrom the following web site:http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/downloads/toolkits.htmlNote: After downloading the toolkit, the documentation can be found in thesdk/client/connectWebApi/doc/ConnectWebApiDevguide.pdf directory.
  • 188. 188 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessStart the wsadmin client in a Administrator CMD-Line with the command:“cd IBMWebSphereAppServerprofilesDmgr01bin”“wsadmin -lang jython -username wasadmin -password passw0rd”
  • 189. 189 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo access your configuration file enter the command: “execfile(“connectionsConfig.py”)”
  • 190. 190 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCheck out the configuration file with the command:“LCConfigService.checkOutConfig(“c:Install”,”connectionsCell01”)”
  • 191. 191 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen the file “C:InstallLotusConnections-config.xml” with a text editor.
  • 192. 192 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThen find the string “sametimeProxy” and configure your Proxy Server URL and ssl URLs.
  • 193. 193 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe flag “enabled” is to enable online awareness in the browser access to connections.The flag “isConnectClient” is only required if you have installed Sametime Connect Clients.Then the Client listens on a specific port in the network interface and the browser canrequest the sametime information using the Connect Client connection to the SametimeCommunity server.
  • 194. 194 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSave and close the LotusConnections-config.xml file. Then check in the file with thecommand: “LCConfigService.checkInConfig(“c:Install”,”connectionsCell01”)”Then enter the command “synchAllNodes()”To exit the wsadmin client just enter the command “exit”.
  • 195. 195 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessStop and restart all of the IBM Connections application servers.
  • 196. 196 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessImport SSL certificate from the Sametime Proxy ServerNow click on “Security” - “SSL certificates and key management”.
  • 197. 197 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Related Items” section click the “Key stores and certificates” link.
  • 198. 198 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “CellDefaultTrustStore” link.
  • 199. 199 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Signer certificates” link.
  • 200. 200 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Retrieve from port” button.
  • 201. 201 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the Host name of your Sametime Proxy Server, the Port (we use “9443” in thisexample) and an alias for the certificate. Then click the “Retrieve signer information”button.
  • 202. 202 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm the retrieved data and click the “Apply” button.
  • 203. 203 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSave the changes by clicking the “Save” link.
  • 204. 204 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe certificate from the Sametime Proxy server is now successfully added in WebSphere.
  • 205. 205 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou should restart your Connections Server now and then clean the Browser cachebefore you try the Sametime Awareness in Connections.Stop the 3 “WebSphere Application Server ...” services and then restart them.
  • 206. 206 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that this procedure worked by accessing one of the IBM Connections applications,and then opening a persons business card. It may take a few seconds for the personspresence information to display the first time. If you can start a chat with the person, thenenabling awareness through the proxy server was successfully completed.
  • 207. 207 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfigure your Sametime Proxy Server to useConnections as the business card serverOverviewThere are two potential areas of integration where Connections features can be surfacedwithin Sametime:● Photos stored in Connections profiles can appear in Sametime web client instantmessage headers and Sametime business card.● Connections business card can be used in place of Sametime business card.Note that both of these require that email addresses are enabled on the Connectionsserver. This is the default setting in a Connections deployment but to verify whether this hasbeen disabled check LotusConnections-config.xml. There is a setting in this file calledexposeEmail enabled which needs to be set to true for the following integration points towork.
  • 208. 208 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessDisplaying Connections profile photos in Sametimeweb client instant messagesThe following steps are required in order to display the photos stored in Connectionsprofiles within the Sametime web client. Note that this configuration does not affect theSametime Connect client.● Add a photoURL to the LDAP person records.● Configure the photoURL in the Sametime Community server.
  • 209. 209 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAdd a photoURL to the LDAP person recordsThe example environment uses the Domino directory as the LDAP. By default, personrecords contain a field named photoURL which is displayed in the Miscellaneous tab ofthe person record.
  • 210. 210 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessComplete this field with a URL in the following format:http://Connections_hostname/profiles/photo.do?email=user_email_addressFor example, in the example environment the URL:“http://connections.renovations.com/profiles/photo.do?email=sametime.guru@renovations.com” when typed into a browser displays the photoassociated with the account that has that email address.
  • 211. 211 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfigure the photoURL in the SametimeCommunity serverThe contents of the Sametime business card is controlled by the “userInfoConfig.xml” filethat is stored in the Domino program directory of the Sametime Community server.Open this file in your editor.In the first lines add the parameter to not use the configuration from stconfig.nsf andSametime System Console. It is required to use the configuration defined here in thisconfiguration file only that it works.<UserInformation><ReadStConfigUpdates value=”false”/><Resources>
  • 212. 212 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAppend the following line to the Details section:<Details><Detail Id="MailAddress" FieldName="mail" Type="text/plain"/><Detail Id="Name" FieldName="cn" Type="text/plain"/><Detail Id="Title" FieldName="title" Type="text/plain"/><Detail Id="Location" FieldName="postalAddress" Type="text/plain"/><Detail Id="Telephone" FieldName="telephoneNumber" Type="text/plain"/><Detail Id="Company" FieldName="ou" Type="text/plain" /><Detail Id="Photo" FieldName="jpegPhoto" Type="image/jpeg" /><Detail Id="PhotoURL" FieldName="PhotoURL" Type="text/plain"/></Details>Add PhotoURL as a parameter in both lines in the ParamSets section<ParamsSets><Set SetId="0"params="MailAddress,Name,Title,Location,Telephone,Photo,PhotoURL,Company"/><Set SetId="1"params="MailAddress,Name,Title,Location,Telephone,Photo,PhotoURL,Company"/></ParamsSets>Save and close the UserInfoConfig.xml file.Then restart the Sametime Community Server.
  • 213. 213 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo verify the configuration:1)Login to the Sametime web client (either using the Sametime 8.5.2 Proxy server or theSametime 8.5.1.1 Proxy server) using the credentials of one of the LDAP users.2)Using a separate browser, login to the Sametime web client as a different LDAP user.3)From one of the browsers add the other user to the contact list (if not already added).4)Hover over the users name and the Sametime business card should be displayed with theConnections profile photo.5)Start a chat with the user and the users photo should appear in the header of the instantmessage.
  • 214. 214 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfigure to use the Connections business card in place ofthe Sametime business cardOpen your browser and enter the URL to your Sametime System Console:“http://sametime.renovations.com:8700/admin”Log in to the Sametime System Console with administrator privileges.
  • 215. 215 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “Sametime System Console” -> “Sametime Servers” -> “Sametime ProxyServers”.
  • 216. 216 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the Sametime Proxy Servers link to open its Configuration page.
  • 217. 217 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUnder "General Properties" navigate to the "Business card server" section.
  • 218. 218 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick Connections Server and enter the servers address.The address for a Connections Profile server typically looks like this:“https://connections.renovations.com/profiles”
  • 219. 219 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “OK”, and then click “Apply”.
  • 220. 220 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen your browser and login to the Sametime Proxy Server. Hover over a contact and seethe business card changes after some seconds and shows the connections profile data.
  • 221. 221 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIf you click the icon left of the photo you get the connections menu. To see the profile of thecontact just click the “Profile” link.
  • 222. 222 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessA new Browser window opens and shows the Connections Profile of the contact.
  • 223. 223 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessInstalling the IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere PortalInstalling this package makes the following portlets available to your portal users:● Activities – Collaboration tool for collecting, organizing, sharing, and reusing workrelated to a project goal.● Activity Stream – Integration portlet that lets you monitor and interact with people andcontent that you are following.● Blogs – Online journals you can use to deliver timely information with a personal touch.● Bookmarks – Social bookmarking tool that you can use to save, organize, and shareInternet and intranet bookmarks.● Tags – Meaningful keywords you can use to find associated content.● Profiles – Directory of colleagues you can use to build a network and locate expertise.● Wikis – Repository for sharing and collaborating on pages of interest to your group.● Forums – View and contribute to discussion topics.● Community Overview – View basic community information like the description, tags,and community owners. Perform basic community actions from the portlet.● Blogs Summary – Choose a view to see a snapshot of recent, latest, or featured blogactivity● Profiles Summary – View a summary of information about your colleagues.● Forums Summary – View a list of forums that you can access.● Bookmarks Summary – View a list of bookmarks you can access.
  • 224. 224 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou can also deploy community pages, which are portal pages associated withcommunities from IBM Connections communities. Portlets on community pages areautomatically scoped to the community membership and display content from thecommunity in the portlets. For example, if your community contains a forum, adding theforum portlet to a community page lets portal users view and interact with the forumcontent from a Portal application.The installation of the IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal requires the Portalserver to be on the latest Portal release.It has to be WPS 8.0.0.1 CF5.Then it contains the latest fixes required to run successfully the Connections Portlets andthe Biz Card integration.Download from Fix Central these files and install them to your WebSphere Portal server:8.0.0-WP-Server-FP001.zip8.0.0.1-WP-WCM-Combined-CFPM84211-Server-CF05.zip
  • 225. 225 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessImplementing IBM Connections fixes required for the IBM ConnectionsPortlets for WebSphere PortalDownload these fixes from the IBM Fix Central page:4.5.0.0-IC-Multi-LO74499.jarLO74629.jarCopy these 2 files to the IBM Connections Server into the directory “C:InstallFixes”:
  • 226. 226 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen a CMD line window and navigate to the WebSphere Binaries directory with thecommand “cd IBMWebSphereAppServerbin”. Then run the command“SetupCmdLine.bat”.
  • 227. 227 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow navigate to the Connections UpdateInstaller directory with the command “cdIBMConnectionsUpdateInstaller”. Then run the command “UpdateWizard.bat”.
  • 228. 228 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Next” button to continue.
  • 229. 229 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessChange the Directory Path to “C:InstallFixes”. Then click the “Next” button to continue.
  • 230. 230 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Next” button to continue.
  • 231. 231 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the second option “I have backed up all changes to IBM Connections....”.Then click the “OK” button to continue.
  • 232. 232 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter your WebSphere Administrators user name and password. Then click the “Next”button to continue.
  • 233. 233 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “OK” button to continue.
  • 234. 234 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Install” button to start the installation.
  • 235. 235 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe fixes are now installing this can take approximately 10 to 15 minutes.
  • 236. 236 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe installation was successful. Click the “Finish” button to close the UpdateWizard.
  • 237. 237 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessImporting a certificate to support SSLAbout this taskIn order for WebSphere Portal to communicate with IBM Connections over Secure SocketsLayer (SSL), the WebSphere Portal Server must trust the signer of the SSL certificate forIBM Connections. This might be set up by default in your WebSphere infrastructure if youuse SSL certificates that are issued by a commonly recognized authority. If you use self-signed certificates, the default certificate or a signer that is not recognized by yourWebSphere Portal Server, you must import the SSL certificate from IBM Connections toyour WebSphere Portal Server.
  • 238. 238 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in to your WebSphere Portal Integrated Solutions Console with your WebSphereadministrator user name and password.
  • 239. 239 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “Security” - “SSL certificate and key management”.
  • 240. 240 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Related Items” section click the “Key stores and certificates” link.
  • 241. 241 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “NodeDefaultTrustStore”.
  • 242. 242 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Additional Properties” section click the “Signer certificates” link.
  • 243. 243 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the button “Retrieve from port”.
  • 244. 244 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the DNS host name of your connections server in the “Host” field. The SSL Port in the“Port” field. An alias in the “Alias” field. Then click the button “Retrieve signer information”.
  • 245. 245 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “OK” button to continue.
  • 246. 246 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo save the last changes click the “Save” link.
  • 247. 247 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUpdating the portlet themeAbout this taskBy design, the default themes for Portal 7.0.0.2 and Portal 8.0 do not load Dojo in viewmode. This helps to render the theme faster. Because the Connections portlets depend ondifferent capabilities, you must use a profile that includes the Dojo capabilities. For theportal default theme, the PAA installer is automatically assigning the "Full" profile.However, that profile includes more capabilities than the portlets need. In order to create ahighly optimized setup, the rest of this article describes which dependencies the portletshave and how you can add them to your custom theme profile.If you do not add these modules to your theme profile used for the pages that contain theIBM Connections portlets, you can still deploy and configure the Connections portlets on aPortal 7 server, but some features will not work as expected. You can not deploy andconfigure the Connections portlets on a Portal 8 server. An error warns you that themodules are missing.
  • 248. 248 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo change the Theme you need a FTP client that supports the WebDAV protocol. We use“AnyClient” from JSCAPE in this example. You can download the client from this URL:“http://www.jscape.com/downloads/anyclient”. Then install the client to your computer.
  • 249. 249 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessStart the WebDAV client.
  • 250. 250 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick “File” - “Site Manager”.
  • 251. 251 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “New” button to create a connection to your Portal Server.
  • 252. 252 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter a name for the connection – we use “Portal”. In the Host field enter the url:“http://portal.renovations.com:10039/wps/mycontenthandler/dav/themelist”.Enter the WebSphere Portal Server Administrator user name and password. As Protocolselect “WebDAV”. Enter a local directory and then click the “Save” button.
  • 253. 253 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “OK” button to continue.
  • 254. 254 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the “Portal” Site and click the “Connect” button.
  • 255. 255 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the right window click the “ibm.portal.80Theme”.
  • 256. 256 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “profiles” subdirectory.
  • 257. 257 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSelect the file “profile_deferred.json” and click the green “copy” button.
  • 258. 258 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “OK” button to continue.
  • 259. 259 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen your file explorer and locate the local directory that you have selected earlier. Openthe file “profile_deferred.json” with your favorite editor.
  • 260. 260 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAdd this 2 lines in the “moduleIDs” section:“wp_liveobject_framework”,“dijit_form_17”,Then save the file and close the editor.
  • 261. 261 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow select the file “profile_deferred.json” in the left window and click the green “copy”button.
  • 262. 262 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Yes” button to overwrite the file in the Portal server.Click the “OK” button to continue.
  • 263. 263 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClose the AnyClient.
  • 264. 264 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRestart your WebSphere Portal server.
  • 265. 265 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfiguring authentication for the portletsIBM Connections uses single sign-on (SSO) to secure the transfer of user ID andpassword information that is used to authenticate with the system. With SSO, users canswitch to different applications without needing to authenticate again. SSO is automaticallyenabled when IBM Connections is installed on a single WebSphere Application Serverprofile or when different profiles are federated into the same cell.Configuring basic authentication allows the manual entry of user credentials in thepersonalize mode of the portlets. Basic authentication for the portlets can only besupported if single sign-on is not already enabled between WebSphere Portal and IBMConnections. If single sign-on is enabled (through LTPA, Kerberos or another mechanism),it takes precedence. If single sign-on is enabled, the basic authentication credentials thatare entered in the personalize mode of the portlets are ignored.Configuring single sign-on for users is recommended over using basic authentication foruser interactions. If you use basic authentication for the portlets, every user must type intheir personal credentials manually in the personalize mode of the portlets or sharedcredentials can be supplied from the Credential Vault. Basic authentication can beespecially useful for trials of the portlets before you have a chance to configure some formof single sign-on, but is not recommended for production use.
  • 266. 266 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnabling single sign-on for the portlets for a stand-alone LDAPserverAbout this taskThis task describes the steps that are required to enable SSO between IBM Connectionsand WebSphere Portal when they are on different WebSphere Application Server cells.Applications that are deployed on servers within the same WebSphere Application Servercell are enabled by default for SSO.Set the realm name in the LTPA token to that of the LDAP server before you export theLTPA token. For example, if you connect to an LDAP server at ldapserver.example.comover port 389, then you must set the realm name to ldapserver.example.com:389. If youmust change the realm name, see the topic Changing the realm name.To allow SSO between IBM Connections and WebSphere Portal, complete the followingsteps:
  • 267. 267 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessWe have already exported the LTPA Token key from the Connections server and importet itto the Domino and Community Server. We can use his token and import it to the Portalserver.
  • 268. 268 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCopy the LTPA Token file to a directory on your Portal server.
  • 269. 269 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLogin to the Integrated Solutions Console of your Portal server and click “Security” -“Global security”.
  • 270. 270 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Authentication” section click the “LTPA” link.
  • 271. 271 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the password of the LTPA Token Key file and the path and file name. Then click the“Import keys” button.
  • 272. 272 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Save” link to save the last changes.
  • 273. 273 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Authentication” section click “Web and SIP security” then “Single sign-on (SSO)”.
  • 274. 274 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the Domain name and check the flag “Interoperability mode”. Enter “LtpaToken” inthe LTPA V1 cookie name and “LtpaToken2” in the LTPA V2 cookie name. Uncheck theflag “Set security cookies to HTTPOnly...”. Then click the “OK” buton.
  • 275. 275 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Save” link to save the last changes.
  • 276. 276 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRestart your WebSphere Portal server.
  • 277. 277 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen your browser and enter the URL to your Connections server“https://connections.renovations.com/homepage”.
  • 278. 278 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a Connections user
  • 279. 279 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow change the URL to your Portal server “https://portal.renovatons.com/wps/myportal”.
  • 280. 280 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou should be already logged in to the Portal server.
  • 281. 281 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessInstalling the IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere PortalBefore you beginUsing the portlets, you can access only those IBM Connections offerings that you alreadyinstalled and configured. Note the following restrictions and prerequisites before you install:● You must uninstall any previous versions of the portlets before you install. Upgradingfrom previous versions is not supported. Before you run the PAA Solution installer,manually clear configuration settings from the previous installations. For example,remove any existing settings for the DynaCache, REP, search jars, or VMMconfiguration.● To enable LTPA single sign-on between an IBM Connections feature and aWebSphere Application Server configured for stand-alone LDAP, complete the steps inthe section Configuring authentication. to enable single-sign on before you start theinstallation.● When Single Sign-On is enabled between Portal and Connections, the Portaladministrator who installs and configures the IBM Connections portlets must be a validConnections user. For example, the user you assign to manage the Virtual Membermanager, as set using the -DICdsxAdminId parameter from Step 5, can be made aPortal administrator by following the steps in the article How to assign a new portaladministration group aside from wpsadmins in the IBM WebSphere Portal wiki. Youcan also create a Connections profile for the default Portal administrator in the IBMConnections profiles database by following the steps in the topic Adding LDAP data tothe Profiles database.● Anonymous Portal users can access the IBM Connections portlets and are treated asanonymous Connections users. However, authenticated Portal users must also bevalid Connections users or they will get an error when they try to access a Connectionsportlet.
  • 282. 282 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn your File explorer navigate to the directory“C:IBMWebSpherewp_profileConfigEngineproperties”.Then open the file “wkplc.properties” with your editor.
  • 283. 283 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm the two administrative passwords for the WebSphere Administrator and theWebSphere Portal Administrator are set. Check the fields “WasPassword=passw0rd” and“PortalAdminPwd=passw0rd”.
  • 284. 284 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessFind the path to where you have unpacked the Portlets with the file “SNPortlets.paa”.
  • 285. 285 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen a CMD line window and navigate to the ConfigEngine directory with the command“cd IBMWebSpherewp_profileConfigEngine”. Then enter the command“ConfigEngine.bat install-paa-DPAALocation=C:/Install/IC45_Portlets_FP1_20130509/SNPortlets.paa”. Be sure toenter the path with forward slashes and not with back slashes as you normally do it inWindows.
  • 286. 286 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessWait until the command has completed successfully.
  • 287. 287 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow enter the command: “ConfigEngine.bat deploy-paa -DappName=SNPortlets-DwasPassword=passw0rd -DportalAdminPwd=passw0rd -DmaxTimeToWait=30-DmaxAppTimeToWait=5”
  • 288. 288 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessWait until the command has completed successfully.
  • 289. 289 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe last command to enter is: “ConfigEngine configure-SNPortlets -DICversion=4.5-DICblogsHomepageHandle=homepage -DICemailSetting=email-exposed-DICtagSearchType=mysearch -DICdsxAdminId=wasadmin-DICdsxAdminPwd=passw0rd-DICbaseURLunsecured=http://connections.renovations.com-DICbaseURL=https://connections.renovations.com”
  • 290. 290 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessWait until the command has completed successfully.
  • 291. 291 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRestart your WebSphere Portal server.
  • 292. 292 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessStart your browser and access the Portal site with the URL“https://portal.renovations.com/wps/portal”.
  • 293. 293 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Log In” link.
  • 294. 294 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a LDAP user name and password.
  • 295. 295 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “IBM Connections” link in the menu.
  • 296. 296 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe first step was successful. The next step is to configure some post install tasks.
  • 297. 297 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfiguring the Connections business cardEnable the IBM® Connections Business Card so that your users can access Connectionsdata such as a persons profile information.
  • 298. 298 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the CMD line window navigate to the ConfigEngine directory with the command “cdIBMWebSpherewp_profileConfigEngine”. Then run the command “ConfigEngineconfigure-ConnectionsBizCard-DICbaseURLunsecured=http://connections.renovations.com-DICbaseURL=https://connections.renovations.com -DURLProviderName="DefaultURL Provider"”.
  • 299. 299 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that the command was running successfully.
  • 300. 300 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRestart your WebSphere Portal server.
  • 301. 301 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessStart your browser and access the Portal site with the URL“https://portal.renovations.com/wps/portal”.
  • 302. 302 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Log In” link.
  • 303. 303 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a LDAP user name and password.
  • 304. 304 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “IBM Connections” link in the menu.
  • 305. 305 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessHover with the mouse over a name. The yellow box appears with the text “Click here orpress control-enter to view the business card”. Click into the message.
  • 306. 306 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe IBM Connections Business Card of the user appears.
  • 307. 307 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIntegrate Connections Communities into your Portal siteIntegrate Connections Communities into your Portal site to enhance your portals socialcollaboration capabilities.You integrate Communities by associating a set of portal pages with a community. Thesetypes of portal pages are called Community Pages. By associating a set of portal pageswith a community in Connections, all of the Connections portlets on those pagesautomatically render their content within the context of that community. One or morecommunities can be integrated into your portal site. You can associate different sets ofpages in your portal site with the appropriate community. The community can be public,moderated, or private.Note: Before you add portlets to a community page, make sure that the correspondingwidget exists in the community. For example, before you add a Blogs portlet to acommunity page, make sure that the IBM Connections community contains a blog. If not,add the Blogs widget to the IBM® Connections community using the browser interface.
  • 308. 308 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessRestriction: Ideation blogs are not supported for community pages. If your IBMConnections community contains an Ideation blog widget, it does not display if the Blogsportlet is deployed on a community page.Some of the ways the portlets on a Portal community page interact with an IBMConnections community include:● Clicking a profile user name or photo in a Profiles summary portlet displays profiledetail in the target portlet.● Clicking a View all link in a Profiles summary portlet displays a list of communitymembers in the target portlet. This link works only if there is a Profiles detail portlet onthe page.● Clicking the View all link in a Blogs summary portlet displays all entries in acommunity blog in the Blogs detail portlet on a community page.● Clicking the entry in a Blogs summary portlet displays the detail of that entry in theBlogs detail portlet on a community page.● When a user hovers over an entry in a Blogs summary portlet, a pop-up displays, witha link that allows a user to read the entry.● Clicking Read for an entry in the Blogs summary portlet shows the selected entrydetails in the Blogs detail portlet.
  • 309. 309 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessMapping a community page to a communityIn this example we create a new page called “Community” in the “IBM Connections” partand map several applications of the community into this new page. You can use everyexisting page and map the community applications there.Start your browser and access your Portal server. Then click the “Log In” link.
  • 310. 310 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with your WebSphere Portal administrator user name and password.
  • 311. 311 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the top line click the “Administration” link.
  • 312. 312 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Manage Pages” link in the “Portal User Interface” section.
  • 313. 313 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Content Root” link.
  • 314. 314 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Home” link
  • 315. 315 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “IBM Connections” link.
  • 316. 316 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “New Page” button to create a new page.
  • 317. 317 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessFill the Title field with “Communities” and the Unique Name field with“ibm.conn.community”. Then click the “OK” button.
  • 318. 318 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Home” link in the top of the screen.
  • 319. 319 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “IBM Connections” link.
  • 320. 320 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAnd now click the new “Communities” link.
  • 321. 321 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNext is to map the community to the page. Click the “Edit Mode” link in the top of thescreen.
  • 322. 322 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Overview” tab hover with the mouse over “Community: none”. Then the line getslight blue and an “Edit” link appears. Click this “Edit” link.
  • 323. 323 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Select a community” button.
  • 324. 324 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn this example only one community appears. So we can select only this community. Ifyou already have several communities in your Connections Server you can select one ofthem or search for one using the “Find Community” feature. Then click the “Select”button.
  • 325. 325 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe community is now selected. Click the “OK” button to continue.
  • 326. 326 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou can now see your selected community in the Page Properties. Click the “Save” link tosave the changes.
  • 327. 327 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Content” tab.
  • 328. 328 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou can now add your Communities applications to the page. To find more applications usethe “Next” link.
  • 329. 329 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessTo add a portlet just click the “plus” icon or drag and drop it from the Content area to yourpage. Then you can place it on your page where you want. Left or right before or after anexisting application.
  • 330. 330 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAdd the next application or drag and drop it.
  • 331. 331 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn this example we have added the applications “Community Overview”, “Activities”and “Blogs” on the left side, and “Bookmarks”, “Forums” and “Wikis” on the right side.
  • 332. 332 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSave the changes and switch back to the “View Mode”.
  • 333. 333 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe Portal Admin does not have rights to access Connections. So the applications cantshow any content from the Connections Community. Log out using the “Log Out” link
  • 334. 334 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Log In” link.
  • 335. 335 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a LDAP user name and password.
  • 336. 336 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “IBM Connections” link.
  • 337. 337 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Communities” link.
  • 338. 338 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial Business
  • 339. 339 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfiguring search integrationIBM® Connections search integration in IBM WebSphere Portal allows users to performsearch queries and view query results for IBM Connections content within the context oftheir portal environment.This integration point is enabled by configuring the portal search center component toinclude IBM Connections content as part of the related search results. You also mustconfigure a component to allow the navigation from the portal search center to the portletsso that users can view the Connections-related search results.
  • 340. 340 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUnderstanding the search architecturePortal currently provides the following two search frameworks. The one you use depends onwhether you value performance or ease of maintenance.Search ServiceSearch Service is a live search and uses REST (along with other technologies) tosearch on a target information source and fetch the matching results.Connections/Portal integration uses the "Remote Content Server Search Service Type"(referred to as RCSS type), using the ATOM/REST APIs exposed by Connections. Thisapproach would tag relevance score of connections content, in isolation, to the portalrelevance score. It is a federated approach in which the search is federated betweenPortal and Connections instances.Search CollectionsSearch Collections use a seedlist framework to crawl and index all of the Connectionsdata locally on a Portal server. The advantage of this approach is that it removes extranetwork traffic to the Connections server during the search process, makinginformation retrieval fast. One disadvantage is that the crawler must run frequently tosynchronize local content with all the latest content on the Connections server. It cando a better relevance ranking of search results, as search results (including Portal andConnections) are served by the Portal engine only.
  • 341. 341 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessDeploying search integration prerequisitesOpen a CMD-line window and navigate to your ConfigEngine directory with the command“cd IBMWebSpherewp_profileConfigEngine”. Then enter the command“ConfigEngine.exe configure-SNPortletsSearch -DICversion=4.5”.
  • 342. 342 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfirm that the command run successfully.
  • 343. 343 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessConfiguring search collectionIn this example we are configuring the search using Search Collections. Be aware thismethod can only be used if the Portal Server is not clustered. If your Portal Server isclustered you have to use the RCSS method. More information about this configurationmethod can be found in the documentation.Before you beginImportant: Ensure that these IBM Connections seedlists are available with basicauthentication. Depending on your security configuration, basic authentication might bethe default or can be accomplished with an additional virtual host in your HTTP server, byaddressing a WebSphere node directly, or by altering Tivoli® Access Manager orSiteMinder configuration to open a basic authentication protected endpoint.About this taskTo configure a search collection, you specify one content source for each Connectionsseed list. Each Connections service (for example, Profiles, Communities, or Blogs)exposes its own seed list so there is one content source per Connections service.
  • 344. 344 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOpen your browser and navigate to your Portal server. There click the “Log In” link.
  • 345. 345 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with your Portal administrator user name and password.
  • 346. 346 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the top line click the “Administration” link.
  • 347. 347 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessUnder “Search Administration” click “Manage Search”.
  • 348. 348 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Search Collections” entry.
  • 349. 349 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “New Collection” button.
  • 350. 350 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the Location field enter the path to your collection. Normally this should be under“C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollections”. Add a subdirectory for thecollection you are creating. Here the Activities Collection. This directory is createdautomatically. Enter the name of the collection in the “Name of Collection” field.
  • 351. 351 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNext is to create the Content Source settings. Click the new created Collection. Here the“Activities Collection”.
  • 352. 352 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “New Content Source” button.
  • 353. 353 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIn the “Content source type” selection box select “Seedlist provider”.
  • 354. 354 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter your Content source name and the URL. In this example we use“Connections_Content_Source_Activities” and the URL“https://connections.renovations.com:443/activities/seedlist/myserver” for theActivities. Be sure to use the IHS port and add the port even if you use standard ports like80 or 443.
  • 355. 355 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessOn the right side click the “Security” tab.
  • 356. 356 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter the Connections server administrator user name and password. Then click the small“Create” icon.
  • 357. 357 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Create” button.
  • 358. 358 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe ConnectionsContent Sourcefor Activities isnow configuredsuccessfully.
  • 359. 359 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow you should create the Collections for the other Connections Applications: BlogsBookmarks Communities Files Forums Profiles Wikis. Go back by clicking the link“Collections from all Services”.
  • 360. 360 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIt is the same procedure as described starting on page 359 here in the documentation.
  • 361. 361 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCollection Name Location Content Source Name URLActivities Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsActivitiesConnections_Content_Source_Activitieshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/activities/seedlist/myserverCommunities Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsCommunitiesConnections_Content_Source_Communitieshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/communities/seedlist/myserveBlogs Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsBlogsConnections_Content_Source_Blogshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/blogs/seedlist/myserveBookmarks Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsBookmarksConnections_Content_Source_Bookmarkshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/dogear/seedlist/myserveFiles Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsFilesConnections_Content_Source_Fileshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/files/seedlist/myserveForums Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsForumsConnections_Content_Source_Forumshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/forums/seedlist/myserveProfiles Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsProfilesConnections_Content_Source_Profileshttps://connections.renovations.com:443/profiles/seedlist/myserveWikis Collection C:IBMWebSpherewp_profilePortalServercollectionsWikisConnections_Content_Source_Wikishttps://connections.renovations.com:443/wikis/seedlist/myserve
  • 362. 362 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessYou have now created up to 8 collections and configured their content source.
  • 363. 363 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessGo back by clicking the “Manage Search” link.
  • 364. 364 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessSetting the Search ScopeDefine search scopes for the content from IBM® Connections that is returned from asearch in IBM WebSphere® Portal applications.About this taskAfter the service or collection is defined, you can optionally define search scopes to makeavailable to users. A search scope defines different levels of granularity at which thesearch is executed from the Portal user interface.
  • 365. 365 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “Search Scopes” link.
  • 366. 366 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessClick the “New Scope” button.
  • 367. 367 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessEnter a name forthe new scope andthen click the“Select Locations”button.
  • 368. 368 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessCheck the first check box near “Locations”. All boxes get checked automatic. Then clickthe “OK” button.
  • 369. 369 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “OK” button to save the new created Search Scope.
  • 370. 370 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessThe new search scope is created. To test the search, log out first.
  • 371. 371 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAnd re log in.
  • 372. 372 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessLog in with a directory user name and password.
  • 373. 373 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessNow click the “Search Center”link in the top row. Then clickthe “Search Center” link.Enter a search string and clickthe search icon or wait justsome seconds.
  • 374. 374 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessIntegrating IBM Sametime Advanced with IBM ConnectionsYou can integrate your IBM® Connections communities into IBM Sametime® Advanced.Integrating Connections with Sametime Advanced provides users with a unified list ofConnections communities and broadcast communities on the Broadcast Communities tab inSametime Advanced.This feature can not be used with IBM Sametime 8.5.2 IFR1 and Connections 4.5.It does not work and it is not official supported in the moment.
  • 375. 375 © 2013 IBM CorporationSocial BusinessAnd a special thank you to all those who contributedin various ways to the production of this presentation.Danke schoen!Thank you!Merci beaucoup!Grazie!Muchas gracias!Toa chie!Domo arigato!Spasibo!Shukran gazilan!
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