Use tags to assign keywords to catalog solutions. Click a tag to see solutions associated with that tag. Use the tag slider to control how many tags display in the tag cloud. More common tags display in bold. You may also view tags in a list and subscribe to feeds filtered to show entries tagged with a certain tag.
The IBM WebSphere Portal Unified Task List Portlet version 6.0.1 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 220.127.116.11, IBM WebSphere Lombardi Edition 7.2, IBM Business Process Manager 7.5, 7.5.1, 8.0.x, 8.5. Also Included are two Coach portlets for Lombardi and Business Process Manager Coach processing in Portal Server.
IBM Lotus Sametime Proxy Server upgrade for WebSphere Portal 7 allows you to connect to Lotus Sametime and expose its features in IBM WebSphere Portal Version 7.0.0.
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
Use feeds to stay up-to-date with information in the IBM Collaboration Solutions Catalog. Feeds pull data from one Web site into another. A feed is a regularly updated summary of Web content, along with links to full versions of that content. When you subscribe to a given Web site's feed by using a feed reader, you receive a summary of new content from that Web site.
Validation helps differentiate your offering by conferring a Ready for Social Business mark that you can use in the packaging and marketing materials of your qualified offerings to help demonstrate that your solution has met IBM integration standards.