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The Novell Vibe Resource Library is excited to announce an upcoming webinar which covers a highly requested topic: Using JSPs in Vibe. The presenter for the webinar will be Professional Services Senior Technical Specialist, Rob Luhrs. We hope you'll take advantage of this webinar by registering today!
Submitted by: Vibe_Library on Mon. 06.10.2013
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Vibe Cool Solutions
Topic: Best Practices, Collaboration, Concepts, Customizing, Designer, Forms, Java, Tips for Administrators, Tips for End Users, Tips for Small Business Owners, Training, Workflow
Old software can be very costly to maintain and may not be compatible with new applications. To offset these costs, we've created a custom form and workflow to help you with your software licenses that are set to expire.
One of the most powerful ways to attract new customers is to let them see how your current customers feel about you. Using this Customer Reference custom form and workflow, your sales force and employee base can easily submit new and relevant references.
Come see how you can customize things like the header of a folder element, colors, and rounded corners, as well as tweaking the layout and styles of your folders and entries just about any way you want. Your imagination is the limit with this JSP, not Vibe.
Ever wanted to use a nice multi-level horizontal menu in your Vibe environment, but did not want the nightmare of having to keep it updated on every one of your landing pages?
Fear no more, SElp_menu-h.jsp is an easy JSP to integrate in your landing pages. It generates the menu on the fly. It even allows you to reorder the menu entries in what ever order you fancy AND drop whichever binders (that's workspace or folders) from the generated menu.
For those IT shops wanting to enjoy the advantages of Novell clustering in their VMware environments, Victor Gehring pulls together information from various sources, along with personal experience, for what is intended be a complete configuration guide for this platform. The article assumes a working knowledge of SLES/OES, SAN's and VMware.
Submitted by: vgehring on Fri. 06.01.2012
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: All-Tech OES, Best Practices, Clustering, Concepts, Configuration, Linux, Novell Storage Services (NSS), Tips for Administrators, Virtualization, VMware
Product: iManager, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server