AJAX techniques within a Tivoli Access Manager WebSEAL Environment

This article describes the challenges found when introducing Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) programming techniques into an IBM Tivoli Access Manager (TAM) WebSEAL environment. It provides a brief review of WebSEAL technology and a brief introduction
to AJAX methods. The considerations are outlined for AJAX developers when working with WebSEAL. The potential solutions to issues
that can arise are supplied, along with listing best practices that will assists AJAX developers to succeed in a WebSEAL environment.

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Java developers can get a lot of mileage out of storing
objects directly in an object-oriented database like db4o. Without support for
transactions or the ability to use data in a distributed environment (and keep
it secure), however, you probably won’t have much use for the OODBMS. In this
final installment in The busy Java developer’s guide to db4o, Ted
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development: transactions, distributed data management, and Web application
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The prevalence of portal products introduces interesting challenges to IT architects
requiring a single sign-on (SSO) solution that incorporates their enterprise portal and the enterprise
applications. One such challenge is determining the method of sign-on to both the portal and the
portal-managed content where access to enterprise applications is via an authenticating reverse proxy,
such as Tivoli Access Manager WebSEAL. This article outlines the architecture and concepts involved in
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In this article, we show you how to enable your ASP.NET applications for federated single sign-on utilizing the IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager (TFIM) 6.1.1.1 to translate LTPA cookies set by IBM WebSphere Application Server. We show how to create an ASP.NET HTTP module that extracts the LTPA cookie then uses TFIM to translate the token into a username via WS-Trust.Background

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The no-charge IBM Migration Toolkit can simplify and improve your
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z/OS, and Informix Dynamic Server. This migration utility provides a wizard,
an easy-to-use graphical interface with only five steps, as well as a command
line interface to help you quickly convert existing Oracle, Sybase Adaptive
Server Enterprise (ASE), Sybase SQL Anywhere (ASA), and Microsoft SQL Server
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Many System i developers are starting to use SQL to create their database objects instead
of the proprietary non-SQL interfaces. This article will show you how to use a schema with
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