Core Concepts. Streams live in the (streams ...) section of your config file.
You can think of (streams) as the top level stream, the source from which which all events flow. In this documentation, we'll often leave it implied. Here's a simple stream which sends critical events from any service beginning with "riak" to email@example.com. (streams (where (and (service #"^riak") (state "critical")) (email "firstname.lastname@example.org"))) The first argument to where is the predicate expression, which where uses to test each event. You can think of streams like rivers in the real world.
CSS3 Linear Gradient Buttons Generator. CSS3 Rounded Corner Generator. WebSphere Portal Family wiki : IBM WebSphere Portal Express 8 Product Documentation : Using friendly URLs without state information. The state information is an encoded aggregation of the navigational state of the portal, the page, and its components, for example, the portlets on the current page:The portal state includes page selection, expansions, label mapping, and action targets.
The portlet state includes render parameters, window state, and portlet mode. The representation of the navigational state within the URL enables characteristics of dynamic websites, such as usage of bookmarks or the Back button. For example, users can bookmark a page and later return to the exact same state of that page. Some scenarios require short and fully human readable URLs that omit the state information. Examples: You do not want the URL to make the impression that it references dynamic content. Note: If you configure your portal to show stateless friendly URLs, you gain improved URL readability at the cost of losing the state functionality. You can update the theme parameter by using the XML configuration interface. <request. JSF Portlet Development Migration topics: Tips and Suggestions. Question: What are the JSF versions provided in each Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software?
Answer: Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software v7.0.x provides JSF 1.1.x while Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software v7.5 provides JSF 1.2.x JSR168 portlets are supported with a dependency of the IBM Portlet bridge provided in Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software. JSF286 portlets can be created in Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software v7.5.x but currently JSF 286 Events, Render Params and other advanced features are not supported in the IBM Portletbridge. See the following two technotes about IBM Portlets and backwards compatibility: What JSF versions are provided in the WebSphere Portal server? How to restore WebSphere Portal back to the out-of-the-box security configuration.
Question Sometimes you may encounter a problem when you configure IBM WebSphere Portal security (standalone or federated).
This problem can cause the system configuration files to be in an inconsistent state.
WebSphere Portal Family wiki : Performance Tuning Guides : IBM WebSphere Portal V 7.0 Performance Tuning Guide. WebSphere Portal Family wiki : Performance for WebSphere Portal : Tuning IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager for best anonymous page performance. ShowTable of Contents Introduction IBM® WebSphere® Portal (hereafter called “Portal”), with or without IBM Web Content ManagerTM (hereafter called WCM), performs well only with effective caching.
There are multiple levels and types of caching within Portal/WCM, including HTTP caching, DynaCache caching, and other custom JavaTM caches. Out of the box, Portal/WCM is not configured (from a caching perspective) for production loads; instead, it's configured for development usage with all features enabled. For a production environment, Portal (without cache enablement and tuning) is not able to support medium to large transaction rates effectively. Preparing Portal for a production environment requires effective caching to improve the performance of the Portal/WCM server. Although there are various layers of caching available, the single most effective cache option is to cache the HTML rendered for the whole Portal page, including caching the static resources referenced by the page.
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