Moving Domino Data and Applications to the WebSphere Portal

One key to creating a successful, highly utilized portal is to provide end users with custom views into the applications and data they need to do their jobs effectively. However, creating these custom views, or portlets, can be time-consuming, requiring developers to write Java code that connects the various data sources, business processes, and existing systems with the portal vendor's specialized interfaces.

This problem is especially pronounced when it comes to leveraging Domino applications within a portal framework. Companies can have hundreds of custom Domino applications containing highly valuable data and logic but not have the Java or J2EE expertise to write the code needed ...

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