Support technical exchanges for WebSphere brand support (general)

IBM support wants to help you take full advantage of your product. Join us as technical experts share their knowledge and then answer your questions. The sessions are designed to address specific technical issues and provide in-depth but narrowly focused training in convenient, live 1-2 hour seminars. Visit this site often to see upcoming topics and presenters.

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23 Sep 2014 WebSphere Partner Gateway 6.2.x: EDI to XML Transformation with Functional Acknowledgements

This presentation will illustrate how to create an EDI To XML Map using DIS Client and will show how to transform using WebSphere Partner Gateway including setting up the partners, b2b capabilities, connections and importing map into WPG Database. This will also illustrate how to generate the Functional Acknowledgements during the Transformation.

25 Sep 2014 Ask the Experts: Troubleshooting and Understanding Common Connection Pool (J2C) Issues in WebSphere Application Server

IBM WebSphere Application Server provides connection pooling for Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), Java Message Service (JMS), and Enterprise Information System (EIS) connections. This session will focus on understanding the core principles of Connection Pooling for backend resources. Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

07 Oct 2014 DataPower integration with Multi-instance MQ Queue Managers

WebSphere MQ V7 has implemented multi-instance (MI) qmgrs which provides fail-over capabilities for the qmgr. DataPower provides similar fail-over capabilities using mq-qm-group objects. This presentation will discuss the requirements, tuning and configurations of MI qmgrs and DataPower and provide trouble shooting techniques to debug integration problems. Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

21 Oct 2014 All about the OSGi JVM server in CICS

This Ask the Expert session discusses using Java from a CICS perspective running in a JVM server. It highlights the set up and tuning of a JVM server, migrating existing applications to OSGi bundles and some tips on problem determination when running OSGi applications within CICS. Level of Difficulty: Beginner

21 Oct 2014 Webcast: CPLEX Optimization Modelling using Python

This presentation provides guidelines and tips for efficient modelling of CPLEX optimization problems using Python API. We will provide samples for doing iterative solves, using callbacks, querying solutions etc and provide tips for good memory management and performance tuning through Python API.

23 Oct 2014 Ask the Experts: WebSphere Plugin configuration includes Properties, Admin console, SSL, Load Balancing and failover

This Ask the Expert session covers questions and issues in WebSphere Plugin configuration, and propagation with WebSphere Application Server V7.x/8.x Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

29 Oct 2014 Top 5 Service Integration Bus Problems and Solutions

This presentation explores 5 of the most common Service Integration Bus problems and their likely solutions. These include messaging engine, message store and application related problems. Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

06 Nov 2014 Direct Integration with Sterling Order Management and WebSphere Commerce Feature Pack 7

This presentation will consist of an overview of the integration, how to migrate from a previous WESB integration to Direct, as well as the latest fixes.

13 Nov 2014 Webcast: Applications and Use Cases of the CPLEX Remote API

Introduced in CPLEX 12.5, the CPLEX Remote API allows you to solve models across different machines. This talk will cover some use cases where the CPLEX Remote API works best, as well as strategies to adapt existing applications to use this API.

20 Nov 2014 Getting started with REST in WebSphere Commerce v7

This presentation will introduce REST in WebSphere Commerce and what is new for REST in Feature Pack 7.

04 Dec 2014 Memory and Performance considerations with the OPL Concert API

The Concert API to OPL is the most common approach to integrate the power and modeling features of the OPL language within a larger application. This talk will provide guidelines to manage memory and performance within the context of integrating the OPL classes as part of a larger application.