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WebSphere Portal support newsletter September 23rd, 2014  

2014-09-25 14:54:42|  分类: Portal通讯 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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The latest content for several products including: WebSphere Portal and Portal Express, IBM Web Content Manager and IBM Web Experience Factory.

Latest available updates for IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager

IBM recommends to update Portal with the latest cumulative fixes (CF) on a regular basis to benefit from product fixes as soon as they become available. Staying on the latest CF level will also help you in making sure that interim fixes for potential security vulnerabilities will become available to you as quickly as possible. For more information follow the link to PSIRT Blog to see the latest IBM Security Bulletins by product. 

Version 8.5
Version 8
Version 7
Version 6.1


Announcements


Open Mic Webcast: Portal Cache Tuning with Portal Cache Viewer - 01 October 2014    Posted 23-Sep-2014
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27042679

IBM Portlet API is no longer supported with Portal 8.5   Posted 23-Sep-2014
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSHRKX_8.5.0/mp/reference/intr_depc.dita

IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 goes out of support September 30th, 2014    Posted 02-Sep-2014
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21615924


New Downloads from the Portlet Catalog

IBM Connections 5.0 Portlets for WebSphere Portal   Posted 16-Sep-2014
IBM Web Content Manager Production Analytics   Posted 09-Sep-2014
IBM WebSphere Portal Page Migration Tool   Posted 09-Sep-2014
IBM Content Template Catalog 4.2 for WebSphere Portal v8.5.0.0     Posted 02-Sep-2014
IBM Content Template Catalog 4.1.3 for WebSphere Portal v8.0.0.1     Posted 02-Sep-2014
IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5 Cache Viewer    Posted 02-Sep-2014
IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 Cache Viewer    Posted 02-Sep-2014
IBM WebSphere Portal Page Migration Tool       Posted 02-Sep-2014
JSF 2.0 Portlet Bridge for IBM WebSphere Portal        Posted 02-Sep-2014


News Flashes

Multiple Security Vulnerability Bulletins for Portal / WCM    Posted 02-Sep-2014
Multiple Security Vulnerability Bulletins for WebSphere Application Server    Posted 02-Sep-2014
JRE Bugs and Compatibility with WCM FileTransferApplet and Ephox EditLive     Posted 02-Sep-2014


Key Technical Documents

Article Title:   "Step by Step guide to setup an IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager V8.5 Cluster"                
Author:  Andrea Fontana - Non-IBM Senior Consultant
Links: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Step_by_Step_guide_to_setup_an_IBM_WebSphere_Portal_and_IBM_Web_Content_Manager_V8.5_Cluster__from_Zero_to_Herocom_on_RedHat_lprpart_1.rpr
+        http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Step_by_Step_guide_to_setup_an_IBM_WebSphere_Portal_and_IBM_Web_Content_Manager_V8.5_Cluster_from_Zero_to_Herocom_on_RedHat_lprpart_2rpr
Summary:     This guide want to explain how install, configure, and building an IBM WebSphere Portal v8.5 cluster from zero to hero.


Article Title:   "Administering IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5: A comprehensive workshop"                
Author:  Thomas Hurek - Portal Development
Links: https://developer.ibm.com/digexp/docs/docs/customization-administration/administering-ibm-websphere-portal-8-5/
Summary:     The goal of this white paper is to explain the various administration and configuration tools offered by IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5. Learn about which tool to use for which task and about the new capabilities of WebSphere Portal 8.5, and understand differences from previous versions of WebSphere Portal. [The whitepaper] will take you through exercises for each tool so you can learn hands-on how to use them.


Article Title:   "IBM WebSphere Portal V 8.5 Performance Tuning Guide"                
Authors:  Multiple Portal Testers and Developers
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/IBM_WebSphere_Portal_V_8.5_Performance_Tuning_Guide
Summary:     This white paper provides a basis for parameter and application tuning for IBM WebSphere Portal for Multiplatform and for Linux on System Z V8.5.0. Remember that both tuning and capacity are affected by many factors, including the workload scenario and the performance measurement environment. For tuning, the objective of this paper is not to recommend that you use the values we used when measuring our scenarios, but to make you aware of those parameters used in our configuration. When tuning your individual systems, it is important to begin with a baseline, monitor the performance metrics to determine if any parameters should be changed and, when a change is made, monitor the performance metrics to determine the effectiveness of the change.


Article Title:   "Security Hardening Guide for IBM WebSphere Portal"                
Author:  Jason Wicker - IBM Support
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Security_Hardening_Guide_for_IBM_WebSphere_Portal
Summary:     Security is a fundamental requirement for most web applications. Organizations commonly demand detailed accounting of web application security, especially after mainstream media coverage of high-profile vulnerabilities or exploits. This guide instructs architects and administrators on evaluating and improving the security of applications based on IBM WebSphere Portal. 



Articles and White Papers

Article Title:   "WebSphere Portal Client Side Performance Checklist "   Posted 23-Sep-2014
Author:  Hunter Presnall and Andrew Citron - Portal Performance
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/WebSphere_Portal_Client_Side_Performance_Checklist
Summary:
     End user, or client, performance is just as important to a WebSphere Portal site as server side performance. This article provides a checklist of items to verify that WebSphere Portal is functioning optimally on the client side.


Article Title:   
"WebSphere Portal Client Side Performance Checklist "   Posted 23-Sep-2014
Author:  Hunter Presnall and Andrew Citron - Portal Performance
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/WebSphere_Portal_Client_Side_Performance_Checklist
Summary:
     End user, or client, performance is just as important to a WebSphere Portal site as server side performance. This article provides a checklist of items to verify that WebSphere Portal is functioning optimally on the client side.


Article Title:   "Making the WCM Advanced Cache mobile aware "    Posted 16-Sep-2014
Author:  Thomas Hurek - Portal Development
Link: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/portalops/entry/making_the_wcm_advanced_cache_mobile_aware?lang=en
Summary:     The WCM Advanced Cache is currently not mobile aware. If your implementation references different artifacts based upon the deviceClass or userAgent, the first user accessing the content will be determining what is stored in the cache.  This blog entry offers a configuration setting which will allow multiple cache entries to be created for each mobile device type, rather than a single cache entry for all mobile devices.


Article Title:   "Making the WCM Advanced Cache mobile aware "    Posted 16-Sep-2014
Author:  Thomas Hurek - Portal Development
Link: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/portalops/entry/making_the_wcm_advanced_cache_mobile_aware?lang=en
Summary:     The WCM Advanced Cache is currently not mobile aware. If your implementation references different artifacts based upon the deviceClass or userAgent, the first user accessing the content will be determining what is stored in the cache.  This blog entry offers a configuration setting which will allow multiple cache entries to be created for each mobile device type, rather than a single cache entry for all mobile devices.


Article Title:   "How to determine which users or groups in the wcm db are missing from the ldap when running memberFixer"   Posted 09-Sep-2014
Author:  John Rickett - WCM Support
Link:https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/WCML2Thoughts/entry/how_to_determine_which_users_or_groups_in_the_wcm_db_are_missing_from_the_ldap_when_running_memberfixer?lang=en
Summary:     This is a blog entry explaining how to enable a minimal trace to determine which users and groups are reported as missing by the MemberFixer utility.


Article Title:   "What are these long and ugly URLs in Portal? Can I make them short and clean?"                Posted 09-Sep-2014
Author:  Travis Cornwell - Portal Support
Link:https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/PortalL2Thoughts/entry/what_are_these_long_and_ugly_urls_in_portal_can_i_make_them_short_and_clean?lang=en
Summary:     HTTP is a stateless protocol.  Many web designers have utilized a combination of cookies, parameters in URLs, and other techniques to preserve state information for users visiting their websites.  WebSphere Portal as a part of its design simplifies the stateless nature of HTTP and automatically encodes state information into its URLs.  This encoding often results in long and ugly URLs for a Portal site.  This article will discuss techniques to keep the Portal URLs short and clean.


Article Title:   "Understanding the CleanupUsers Process"  Posted 09-Sep-2014
Author:  Travis Cornwell - Portal Support
Link: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/PortalL2Thoughts/entry/understanding_the_cleanupusers_process?lang=en
Summary:     Most Portal Administrators at some point in time are asked by IBM Support to run a procedure known as CleanupUsers.  Few details are provided as to why the CleanupUsers procedure is needed and exactly what data it modifies in the Portal database.  This blog entry will provide those details and discuss which use case scenario for CleanupUsers you may wish to run for your Portal environment. 


Article Title:   "Clearing out Cookies with Portlet code"  Posted 09-Sep-2014
Author:  Travis Cornwell - Portal Support
Link: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/PortalL2Thoughts/entry/clearing_out_cookies_with_portlet_code?lang=en
Summary:      WebSphere Portal end users can run into situations where cookies in the web browser are not always cleaned up properly.  It can be helpful to have code available which can remove cookies automatically and transparently to the end user.  In earlier versions of WebSphere Portal, this was accomplished through a quick bit of javascript code, often enabled in a custom theme.  With WebSphere Portal v8 and newer, the HttpOnly attribute is set on cookies which prevents javascript code from cleaning up the cookies.  Removing the HttpOnly attribute from the cookie is not recommended, as you leave your end users open to possible cross-site scripting attacks.  This article will explore an alternative method to clearing out cookies - use of a portlet on a WebSphere Portal page.  


Article Title:   "Why does UserB see UserA's data?"   Posted 09-Sep-2014
Author:  Travis Cornwell - Portal Support
Link: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/PortalL2Thoughts/entry/why_does_userb_see_usera_s_data?lang=en
Summary:     WebSphere Portal utilizes two different cookies to store information about users.  One cookie is the session id cookie, typically referred to as the JSESSIONID cookie.  This cookie is used to help retrieve user-specific data from a session stored in Portal server memory, such as a shopping cart for an ecommerce website.  WebSphere Portal has its own authorization model - called Portal Access Control - which is independent of the JSESSIONID/session and would not allow UserB access to UserA's private pages, portlets, etc.  However, in cases where UserB and UserA share the same access rights to a portlet, and, that portlet pulls data from  session, if UserB has UserA's JSESSIONID cookie, it is possible for that portlet to retrieve data from session belonging to UserA and present that information to UserB.  WebSphere Portal administrators should be aware of this rare scenario and consider guarding their Portal server against such events from occurring.  


Article Title:   "Developing Themes for WebSphere Portal 8.5"   Posted 02-Sep-2014
Author:  Cindy Wang - Portal Theme Development
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/xpViewCategories.xsp?lookupName=Developing%20Themes%20for%20WebSphere%20Portal%208.5
Summary:     This is a series of articles highlighting how to create a modular theme in Portal 8.5.


Article Title:   "Developing Multilingual Applications with IBM Web Experience Factory 8.0"                Posted 02-Sep-2014
Author:  Sourabh Jain
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Developing_Multilingual_Applications_with_IBM_Web_Experience_Factory_8.0
Summary:     In this article, you’ll gain an understanding of how you can create Multilingual Application using Web Experience Factory (WEF), deploy it on IBM WebSphere Portal and test using difference locales


Article Title:   "Resetting IBM WebSphere Portal Portlet State Using Portlet Session"  Posted 02-Sep-2014
Author:  Vinayak s Patil - IBM Services
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Resetting_IBM_WebSphere_Portal_Portlet_State_Using_Portlet_Session.
Summary:     This article explains how to reset portlet views with basic JSR 286 portlet


Article Title:   
"Pre-rendering in IBM WebSphere Portal Web Content Manager version 8"                Posted 02-Sep-2014
Author:  Malarvizhi Kandasamy - WCM Development
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Pre-rendering_in_IBM_WebSphere_Portal_Web_Content_Manager_version_8
Summary:     This article provides an overview of Pre-rendering in IBM WebSphere Portal Web Content Manager version 8, its configuration and the steps to run Pre-rendering options.


Article Title:   
"Build and deploy an iWidget on IBM WebSphere Portal V8.0"   Posted 02-Sep-2014
Author:  Sushant Naik - IBM Services
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Build_and_deploy_an_iWidget_on_IBM_WebSphere_Portal_V8.0
Summary:     In this article, you’ll gain an understanding of how you can create an iWidget, deploy it on IBM WebSphere Portal and wire it with other components / Portlets


Article Title:   "Realistic Example and Hands-on Step-by-Step Guide for WCM Multi-locale Delivery"  Posted 02-Sep-2014
Author:  Muhammad Mokhtar - IBM Services
Link: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Real-life_Example_and_Hands-on_Step-by-Step_Guide_for_WCM_Multi-locale_Delivery
Summary:     The [document provided in the link] is a concise piece that focuses on a realistic example offering step-by-step hands-on experience for designers and developers, to show how they can apply MLS to a realistic business use case from the ground up. The document will also cover additional localization add-ons that can be used for the overall application release within Portal i.e. Text Providers, Locale Plugin, Dot Notation, 'Current Content' / 'Current SiteArea' options in Menus and Navigators, and Creating Localized URLs for Portal Pages. 


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