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Feb 7, 2013 item has not been rated
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Submitted by Jim Creasman | Provided by IBM | Tags:
portal, portlet, files, profiles, connections, integration, pack
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IBM Connections Files and Profiles Integration Pack for WebSphere Portal

Nov 6, 2012 average rating 5 stars by 1 person
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Submitted by Sven Stueven | Provided by IBM | Tags:
SAP, Portal, Integration, Netweaver
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IBM® WebSphere Portal Integrator for SAP integrates navigational structures or single content pieces from an SAP NetWeaver Portal into your IBM WebSphere Portal.

Oct 8, 2013 average rating 5 stars by 2 people
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Submitted by Scott Roehrig | Provided by IBM | Tags:
wcm, commerce, integration, portal
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IBM Web Content Manager for WebSphere Commerce enables line of business users to easily create, manage and merchandise promotional marketing, product and catalog Web content for eCommerce sites.

Jul 1, 2013 average rating 5 stars by 3 people
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Submitted by Radhika Sohoni | Provided by IBM | Tags:
utl, task, wps, human-task, htm, human-task-mamanger, portal, process_server, integration
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The IBM WebSphere Portal Unified Task List Portlet version 6.0 for WebSphere Portal 7.0 aggregates tasks and activities from multiple systems into a single user interface. WebSphere Portal 7.0 users access the Unified Task List portlet to view all tasks relevant to them. They can then complete these tasks using task processing portlets created with the included Unified Task List Business Process Support package for Web Experience Factory. The Unified Task List portlet in this release contains a task provider for WebSphere Process Server 6, WebSphere Process Server 7.0.0.4, IBM WebSphere Lombardi Edition 7.2, IBM Business Process Manager 7.5 and 7.5.1. Also Included are two Coach portlets for Lombardi and Business Process Manager Coach processing in Portal Server.

Jul 12, 2013 average rating 5 stars by 1 person
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Submitted by Radhika Sohoni | Provided by IBM | Tags:
utl, unified_tasklist, portal, Process_Server, integration, WPS, WP, portlet
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The developer package includes a jump start example which covers the processing of a sample business process from start to finish in WebSphere Portal. It should be used with the UTL catalog bundle to enable you to quickly create and configure an end to end task processing scenario for use on WebSphere Portal Server with WebSphere Process Server as the back end business process engine

Jan 30, 2013 average rating 4 stars by 2 people
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Submitted by Cathy Duffy | Provided by IBM | Tags:
integration, WAI, Portal, Connections, application, quickr
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Web Application Integrator allows external web applications to be easily integrated with Websphere Portal using a simple, straightforward solution.

May 29, 2013 average rating 3 stars by 5 people
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Submitted by MUDIT MEHROTRA | Provided by IBM | Tags:
portal, sharepoint, integration, application, bridge, WAB,
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IBM Web Application Bridge

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