IBM Connections Cloud Application Development Workshop – Q4 2014

Thanks to Paul Godby, a colleague in the Ecosystem Development group in IBM, there is an update to the IBM Collaboration Solutions Ecosystem Development Community. The update is compelling a new set of self-paced workshops are available for IBM Connections Cloud Application Development. Anyone that is a member of IBM Greenhouse can access the materials.  […]

First Time Through… BSS and API Explorer Tip

My colleague Phil Riand, since moved on to Trilog Group, created a very dynamic API Explorer which can be synchronized with the Documentation.  It’s good stuff, and a nice reference. A customer ran into a problem calling the BSS APIs against the IBM Connections Cloud (IBM SmartCloud for Social Business) C1 Test Environment.  The default […]

Business Support Systems Subscription API and Part Numbers

The Business Support Systems enable an administrator or vendor to create a subscription (or entitlement) for a user.  There is one thing for those that are new… where do I get the part number. Part numbers are the available in the Announcement Letter for the Service or Release.  I went to the Offering Site, and […]

Cross-site request forgery and IBM Connections Micro Blog

I was helping a fellow developer with creating entries for a community’s IBM Connections Microblog.  He was using IBM Connections Cloud and IBM Connections 5.0 and higher. In the IBM Connections, there is some advanced support for requests which come from third party domains to protect against Cross-site Request Forgery and Replay Attacks. You can […]

IBM Connections Developers Launch

As announced on the IBM website, IBM SmartCloud for Social Business is now IBM Connections Cloud.   Users can still take advantage of the “… access to business-grade file sharing, social networking, communities, online meetings, instant messaging, email, and calendar.” Along with the re-launched website – IBM Connections Cloud, my team has relaunched the IBM Connections […]