Using IBM WebSphere MQ message property APIs in ILE RPG

Handling Java Message Service (JMS) message properties from native IBM®
WebSphere® MQ applications is now much easier with the addition of the MQINQMP
and MQSETMP application programming interfaces (APIs) in WebSphere MQ. This
article highlights how these new APIs can be used within Integrated Language
Environment (ILE) RPG programs.

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Manage an IBM WebSphere Application Server installation on IBM i with IBM Web Administration for i

IBM WebSphere® Application Server V8.0 and later is installed by IBM Installation
Manager, which does not provide a graphical user interface (GUI) on the IBM i platform.
IBM Web Administration for i provides an easy-to-use GUI to manage the WebSphere
Application Server installations and fixes. This article introduces you how to use the
GUI to install a new WebSphere Application Server instance and update it to the latest
fix pack level.

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Running your IBM i web solution on ASF Tomcat

Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Tomcat and HTTP Server for i are both widely used
web servers. They can be bundled together to take full use of their own advantages to
run web solutions on IBM® i. This article introduces how to bring Tomcat to IBM i,
associate with HTTP Server for i, and run a web application in the web
environment.

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Monitor database activity for application users with Guardium and WebSphere Application Server

Certain audit requirements mandate that specific database activity can be traced
back to the user who is responsible for the specific activity. This is especially challenging in
application scenarios where the pooled database connections are used and the application itself is responsible for authentication and authorization.
This article presents a generic approach for WebSphere Application Server applications that enables
database activity monitoring solutions like InfoSphere Guardium to reliably assign the application user to
the database activity without requiring changes to the respective applications.

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IBM i switchable IASPs — a working configuration by example

This article provides insight to a migration exercise in clustered production environment and covers issues and resolutions on the way to successfully achieving the migration of
complex network deployment configuration from IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment (ND) V6 to V7 on AIX 6.1 platform.
The WebSphere and AIX system administrators would benefit most from this article as these migration issues may occur in one form or the other.

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