New IBM Redbooks and Drafts

by Volker Weber

Connecting communities - using the Lotus Instant Messaging SIP gateway

The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Gateway is a new Lotus Instant Messaging (Sametime) feature in Release 3.1 that uses SIP to enable instant messaging and audio/video collaboration between two different Sametime communities. In this Redpaper we introduce the Lotus Instant Messaging SIP Gateway, and provide best practices for installing and utilizing this feature in your environment.

WebSphere Application Server - Express: A Development Example for New Developers

This IBM Redbook is a practical guide to developing Web applications using WebSphere Studio. WebSphere Studio is used to develop a sample Web application targeted to the WebSphere Application Server - Express runtime platform. It implements a sample scenario based on realistic requirements for small and medium customers, and provides an end-to-end guide for the development of this scenario. The redbook focuses on describing a simple process that allows non technical readers to understand and participate in the development of Web applications using WebSphere Studio .

Going mobile with Lotus Instant Messaging (Sametime) Everyplace

Lotus Instant Messaging (Sametime) Everyplace provides mobile users with the instant messaging and awareness capabilities of Lotus Sametime from WAP- and SMS-enabled mobile devices. Mobile users can see if their colleagues are online and send instant messages or initiate text chat. Desktop users can see if their mobile colleagues are online and use the best way to communicate with them whether via an instant message, phone call or e-mail. In this Redpaper we introduce the Lotus Instant Messaging (Sametime) Everyplace product - and provide best practices for installing and utilizing this product in your environment.

Does this still exist?


Are you asking, whether the last one still exist?
Well, I found it easily on the IBM WebSite...

Ragnar Schierholz, 2004-01-13

Not the Redbook, the product. :-)

Volker Weber, 2004-01-13

Volker, please review the link to the last redbook, I think thats what Ragner really meant.

Dirk Bartkowiak, 2004-01-13

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