Article archive for 2003 – Page 2

Saturday, November 1, 2003

Using the Fast View feature to be quicker on the draw

WebSphere Studio offers you endless options for customizing the way that you work by enabling you to customize perspectives. You can re-arrange the size of windows, the order of tabs and even which views you choose to show and which you don’t. One feature that you may have overlooked, however, is the Fast View feature. You’ll either love it or hate it (although feel free to be indifferent), but you definitely need to know about it.

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Saturday, November 1, 2003

Industry professionals have plans for WebSphere

Here at WebSpherePower, we recently interviewed dozens of the biggest movers and shakers in the Notes and Domino world in an attempt to see exactly what kind of influence WebSphere is having. We asked them what their plans are for WebSphere and received some very interesting results.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Using a reusable code approach to HTML select option lists: part II

In the first installment of this series, Jeff Chilton created a simple framework for the purpose of obtaining an ArrayList of Struts LabelValueBeans to support an html:options tag. He continues with this little microcosm of framework concepts, by adding another flavor of an implementing class to the portfolio.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Changing default editors in WebSphere Studio

WebSphere Studio offers almost every kind of editor you could need to edit your code and develop your applications. But what if you really want to use an editor that you’ve come to know and love? Once you start using WebSphere Studio, however, you find yourself stuck with the default Java editor that it comes with. But are you really stuck? The answer is no, and this article will show you how to choose another editor.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

A WebSphere certification story (test 285)

Today’s tip is actually a story followed by some tips. The story is one of a quest for WebSphere certification. In addition to the story (and some interesting insights), Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco includes some great resources for passing your own certification test.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Easily connecting to MySQL databases from WebSphere Studio

Connecting to databases from within WebSphere Studio is surprisingly easy. In this helpful article, Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco shows you how you can quickly connect to a MySQL database. Note that there are many other database types that you can connect to using WebSphere Studio, including DB2, Informix, Microsoft SQL and Oracle. He aims his sites on MySQL in this article since it’s a great, free open-source choice.

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Monday, September 1, 2003

Using Cheat Sheets to get ahead

You’d like to create a new Web application or Struts-based Web application using WebSphere Studio, but you’re not sure where to start. WebSphere Studio V5 not only makes it possible to cheat, IBM gives you "Cheat Sheets" to show you how. And we show you how to find those wonderful cheats.

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Monday, September 1, 2003

Become a Struts wizard using WebSphere Studio V5

Do you want to be a Struts wizard? Do you use WebSphere Studio for your application development? If so, you can use the power of WebSphere Studio and its built-in wizards to easily create Struts-enabled applications to impress your friends and neighbors (OK, so it will only impress other geeky developers, but that’s enough, isn’t it?).

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Monday, September 1, 2003

Welcome to WebSpherePower Magazine

Welcome to the Power Magazine for IBM WebSphere Professionals at WebSpherePower.com. We’ve been working on launching WebSpherePower for almost a year now. As with all software-related projects (even those that just cover software), there were delays. But, now, finally, we’re shipping our very first issue of WebSpherePower Magazine and I’m thrilled.

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Monday, September 1, 2003

IBM’s plans for WebSphere and iSeries

In an IBM Corporation Series Nation Teleconference, the company outlined the latest news for WebSphere and iSeries. In this article, Steve Niles has details of the announcement of new no-cost distance learning for WebSphere Application Server-Express and WebFacing, information on WebSphere Application Server for i & pSeries Linux, and news of HATS and HATS Limited Edition. The conference also introduced the iSeries Roadmap to J2EE.

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