The fix is currently only available via IBM support. Get it - now!
Our company midpoints is offering workshops across Germany on how to implement IBM Lotus Traveler High Availability. More information can be found on this site => midpoints Traveler High Availability Workshop.
It was hot. It was very well organized. It was funny. It was Dominopoint 2012!
The time will come when the facts about IBM Lotus Traveler High Availability will be published. I’ll speak about them in 2 1/2 weeks. IBM has lifted my Design Partner NDA for the Italian Lotus User Group event, known as Dominopoint.
It’s confirmed: I’ll be speaking at Lotusphere 2012.
Based on a customer problem we’ve recognized that IBM has introduced a “bug” into Lotus Traveler 8.5.3+. Maybe it’s not a bug - but it may bring you problems.
You’re hopefully aware of the new OpenNTF Code Bin - XSnippets. This new project has been initiated by Frank van der Linden, Serdar Basegmez, Bruce Elgort and Niklas Heidloff. But what about Domino Designer integration of this new project?
As written in my previous post you may run into problems when using Traveler and iOS5.
We have been approached by a customer a few days ago that there are serious performance issues with Lotus Traveler in combination with iOS5 devices. In the concrete case, only a few devices (4-5) led to 100% CPU utilization and no further sync requests could be processed.
As stated out from the IP-Manager I’m now an elected member of the Board of Directors of OpenNTF, Inc.