We Have Lost The “wasadmin” Account Password!   

By Milan Matejic | 3/31/20 2:22 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

If you have lost the "wasadmin" account password or any other local WebSphere account, there is a rather simple way to recover it. Just connect to the server where WebSphere Deployment Manager is running, via RDP or SSH, depending on the OS of the server, and open the "security.xml" file located under "<WebSphere_Installation_Directory>/AppServer/profiles/<Deployment_Manager_Profile>/config/cells/<Cell_Name>" for example…

VOP: Disable Fileviewer  

By Remco Angioni | 3/17/20 5:20 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Supose you want to use the userpictures from Connections, but don’t want to use the FileViewer from Connections. There is no documentation, for sofar i could see, about this subject. So i opened a case for it and they came with this perfectly working solution.

Determining why records appear in your employee.error file in the TDI Assemblyline  

By Martijn de Jong | 3/16/20 2:14 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Your TDI solution directory contains a couple of files which all start with employee. These files tell you which records were added, updated, deleted, skipped or produced an error. The last file is usually the most interesting one. Often employee records give an error because a user was deleted at an earlier stage and recreated with a different GUID. Sometimes users are created with the same login ID as a previous user, which was long deleted and there are more relatively obvious reasons like that why an employee record would create an error. However, sometimes you are just completely in the dark of why a record gives an error. That’s when this little tip helps you to determine the problem.

Amsterdamned #engageug #dominoforever #hcldigital  

By Oliver Busse | 3/5/20 2:48 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Renan Ek Rendon

I am currently sitting in my hotel room near Amsterdam Schipol airport. I missed my flight in the morning because the Dutch train canceled several connections and the train I was in finally also had delays due to technical issues on the track. Another delay resulted in the need to change the train at Amsterdam Central. Anyway, I didn't make it in time, I was about 1 hour late. But why I am here?

Engage 2020 – Day 2 – Summary  

By Ales Lichtenberg | 3/5/20 1:29 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Although Day 1 was long, the start of Day 2, which was already at 8 am, did not allow much rest. The composition of the program did not allow a thorough tour of the zoo, but Burgers’ Ocean really surprised me.