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WAS 8.5.5 FP10 – java.lang.ClassCastException: javax.management.ObjectName incompatible with javax.management.AttributeList

The WAS version that is comes with IBM Connections 6.0 suffers from the following bug. Within the WAS console GUI you can’t add a administrative group. it will print out the following error message. The following error will be logged … Continue reading

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Mapping groups to a role in Lotus Connections

I tried to figure out how I could map a group toa role as used by the Lotus Connections apps. It would be handy if I could create a group like blogadminswhich contains all the people which require adminprivileges on … Continue reading

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SPNEGO Single Sign On

Currently I am digging myself a way into the concept of SPNEGO in combination with WebSphere servers. With SPNEGO you can create a SSO config with your clients and WebSphere enabled websites. The basis is that you have to use … Continue reading

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Lotus Connections WSadmin checkOutConfig task

In our situation we have one was profile with 6 servers instances on it, one server instance for every part of Lotus Connections. Whenever we want to use a checkOut config task for server2 ( or server3 till server6 ) … Continue reading

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Restart EAR Application with WSadmin script

At my company e-office, we were working on a customization in Lotus Connections for one of our customers. Because every change regarding the lay-out ( editing a *.HTML,*.CSS,*.JS file ) requires a restart of the specific EAR ( Activities , … Continue reading

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Secondary addressbook Domino LDAP Lotus Connections profiles

We configured our Lotus Connections setup to use our Domino LDAP as the user repository. In this Domino LDAP we have a primair and secondary addressbook. When configuring profiles to use our Domino LDAP we discovered that profiles wouldn’t read … Continue reading

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