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Article title: "Using the cluster feature in IBM Lotus Enterprise Integrator 8.x"
Author: Reetu Sharma
Summary: Learn what IBM Lotus Enterprise Integrator (LEI) clustering is, how it works, how to set it up, and the benefits of / requirements for using it.
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The Everyone Writes program helps authors like you to create polished and professional articles in our product wikis. We edit, publish, and promote your articles. In addition, the Everyone Writes program participates in the
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We IBMers not only hear a lot these days about big data and cloud computing, but we are involved with advancing these important technologies. Today's "Washington Post" ran a special report on the big data issue. One article in the report, "6 people to watch: Helping government agencies use big data" included interviews with Big Data Commission members on how government agencies can benefit from and use big data to secure information and improve services. The commission is part of The TechAmerica Foundation, a nonprofit affiliate of industry group TechAmerica. Read what IBM's Steve Mills and other commission leaders have to say on this timely and important topic:
http://tinyurl.com/cmqtgen - P.Johnson
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ARIA Design Patterns help make your user interfaces easier for the blind person and the keyboard user to navigate. They specify what ARIA roles and attributes you should be using, as well as the keyboard behavior within the "widget." However, the W3C ARIA design patterns spec can be hard to follow. There are many related patterns, it's often hard to tell which one you should be using, and you have to drill down into multiple patterns to discern the differences. To help myself and others at IBM who try and match our designs to these patterns, I've created a road map (or what I fondly call a "Design Pattern Cheat Sheet"). I hope you find it useful.
Allow the user to select an option from a list of options
Sit above the application window and prompt for user interaction
ARIA Help / Messages
Provide additional information to the user, often about an element or an action taken
ARIA Form Elements
These are interactive elements usually associated with a form
ARIA Site Navigation
These are navigational areas of the site that persist across most of the pages. There can be multiple site navigation areas
ARIA Page Interaction
These are design patterns that fall into no other above category, and help the user interact with the page
The wiki development crew have been busy working on a new release of the IBM Collaboration Solutions product wikis of the past couple of months, and the following improvements have now been deployed to all of our wikis:
To view these improvements, visit your favorite IBM Collaboration Solutions product wiki.
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