Specifying platform branding
You can modify the user interface of the client workbench to include your own branding. Use the instructions in this section to modify such elements as the title bar, splash screen, icons and images, and the About dialog.
Configuring enterprise definitions (JNDI)
This section describes how to deploy an application that is configured with an initial set of enterprise definitions.
Defining managed data sources
You can declare, migrate, and populate databases that the Lotus
Expeditor Client applications used by your organization access using the Database Life Cycle Management component.
Using the Network layer
The network layer is a base network management layer in Lotus
Expeditor that provides a framework to applications and platform components for network invocations and network error handling.
Extending the platform for client management properties management
The Client Management server working with the Enterprise Management Agent on the client can update individual properties present in Java
™ properties style files.
Adding a managed settings provider
A managed settings provider is an Eclipse plug-in that knows how to pull settings from an associated back-end management system and pass them to the managed settings framework in the appropriate format.
Defining accounts for Apache Axis WebServices clients
You can programmatically create accounts for Apache Axis WebServices clients.
You can define new locations, using the Eclipse extension points and the Lotus
Expeditor Toolkit. If there are no location contributions, Lotus
Expeditor will provide two default locations called Online and Offline.
Defining component wiring
Refer to the Portal information center for information about component wiring.
Extending the Text Analyzer
You can extend the Text Analyzer framework to provide Spell Checker, which is used to check misspelled words in a document.
Deploying the IBM Lotus Expeditor micro broker
There is only a single micro broker instance per platform. The micro broker instance is created programmatically by using the administration APIs.
Configuring widgets and creating the catalog
Administrators plan for, install, and configure the Widgets feature for their end users.