Is Java truly write once run everywhere? In years past, it was often not the case but in the modern day it is more or less true. And you can run your Plex Java apps on many platforms with good performance, given a supported database and JRE. This is a very nice situation for the
We have received some recent inquiries on wireframe mockup tools for web and mobile application development. Although there are many available, we recommend this one as the one we use. http://balsamiq.com/ Enjoy!
Deploying CA Plex/WebClient applications on the IBM WebSphere Application Server can be more challenging that on Tomcat – although the process is largely the same conceptually, WebSphere has more features, options, and versions available. This guide is written with IBM i in mind, but the steps can be generally applied to other versions of WebSphere
Note this post has been developed by WebClient Application Consultant Matt Fleming of ADC Austin. You can reach matt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Even with the style sheets, the base functionality of a WebClient i+ for CA Plex application behaves in the same way that the original Plex function did. While this is useful, we can improve
The latest release of WebClient, 1.4.12, brings compatibility with the Apache Axis web service platform. Apache Axis is an open source java-based implementation that is embedded in many software products, including Apple’s WebObjects, BEA’s WebLogic, IBM’s WebSphere, and many others. One use of Axis is to create and control IBM DB2 Web Query reports from WebClient/Websydian-based applications.