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OST Dev Team | 22 Nov 2009 | 0 comments

Welcome to the new Symantec Connect Developer community - an online area where our development partners, customers and Symantec can share information with each other. The Symantec Connect site consists of many community areas, now including this community specifically for Developers. You'll also find many product communities as well.

As a member of the OpenStorage Integration Developer Group, you can post content publicly or privately - “for other group memebers to view only” by associating content with the OpenStorage Integration Group. If you are a registered member of the OpenStorage STEP program, you may request membership to this group.

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Kimberley | 18 Nov 2009 | 2 comments

Welcome to the new Symantec Connect Developer community - an online area where our development partners, customers and Symantec can share information with each other. The Symantec Connect site consists of many community areas, now including this community specifically for Developers. You'll also find many product communities as well.

As a member of the Symantec Management Platform (SMP) Developer Group, you can post content publicly or privately - “for other group memebers to view only” by associating content with theSymantec Management Platform (SMP) Group. If you registered on Symantec Connect with the same email as that on file with the developer program, you will automatically be registered for the group. Otherwise, you may request membership if you are registered for the Symantec Developer Program.

This video will give you a quick...

anaremirez77 | 24 Jul 2013 | 7 comments

Connect Lotus Notes Client to Exchange Server Conveniently

In order to connect Lotus Notes client to Exchange Server, there might be a number of methods ranging from manual method, via inbuilt utility, as well as with third party tool. The only difference is that a reliable way to connect the data from Lotus Notes into Exchange Server is feasible through an external application like Mail Migration Wizard. The application has been designed in a way that Lotus to Outlook, Lotus to Exchange, Domino to Outlook and Domino to Exchange conversion procedures are all offered under it. The best part is that it comes with a freeware trial edition that makes sure you get to preview its functioning before purchase itself. That way, you can understand the procedure followed to do Lotus Notes client to Outlook conversion and can perform it confidently later on with the licensed edition.

How To Connect Lotus Notes Client To Exchange...

davidvilla | 12 Mar 2013 | 0 comments

Mobile phones, like any electronic apparatus having two parts: the hardware (keyboard, screen, speaker ...) and software (display, read messages, calendar, games ...).

There is specialized software, the operating system that controls other applications, but mainly manages the hardware devices. In computers we can clearly distinguish the operating system (Windows, Linux, and Mac OS) from other programs.

In mobile phones, this was initially totally transparent to the user. The phone could make a very limited number of things that were already factory installed. Although the functions were more or less common, each mobile was different because it was handled with each manufacturer's own software, which could be very different from another.

Later we were allowed to install small mobile applications, especially games in Java. There we began to differentiate itself from the mobile software and we could install. Even as the mobile operating system still depended...

Kimberley | 21 Mar 2012 | 0 comments

Green IT is not only good for the environment, it also saves enterprises money by reducing operational costs of IT. In two-part series of articles in Symantec’s CIO Digest Magazine,Editor-in-Chief Patrick Spencer reviews the economic benefits of taking a greener approach to IT in terms of reduced capital spending through server and storage consolidation and reduced operational costs largely due to more efficient consumption of electricity. In the second article, Spencer reviews the two most widely used green IT efficiency metrics—Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) and Carbon Usage Efficiency (CUE) and how to calculate them. The articles appear in the October 2011 and January 2012 issues of CIO Digest.

Kimberley | 14 Mar 2012 | 0 comments

While Linux has gone mainstream for enterprise IT, many users have discovered that a number of secondary, but mission critical, data and service management processes are not as well supported in the Linux world as the operating system itself. For example, Linux’s native operating system tools aren’t always ready to optimally perform many complex storage management tasks such as high availability data services and Disaster Recovery. This article describes a number of Symantec solutions that fill in some of the missing pieces in the Linux solution set. http://bit.ly/ywygiU

ianatkin | 28 Jan 2011 | 2 comments

Milestone reached today!!

I've managed today to plug a few solid hours in upgrading the ImageInvoker engine, and have tested successfully the protocol for a client AD authenticating at the engine and receiving it's authorised job list.

Still lots to do and document, but having finally tied together lots of new functions to produce this is a sweet feeling!! Finally, something is emerging....

 

ianatkin | 22 Dec 2010 | 0 comments

Hi,

As you can't post to two communities at once, I thought I'd blog out in the Developer community that I'm working over these dark winter months on pushing forward with an Imaging Add-on the DS6.9 branch called ImageInvoker.

I intend to document as much as possible on how I develop the product, so I'm hoping that if any of you spot me doing something easy the hard way you'll give me a prod huh?!?

When Hampton is released in March 2011 I'll press on with an equivalent add-on there too most likely.

Ta for now,
Ian./

glombus | 30 Nov 2010 | 0 comments

Apologies if this is repetitive and everyone in Altiris land but me knows about this, but I recently dove head first into Mobile Application Development.  My most recent project was all about giving our user base a nice and simple way to submit tickets to Helpdesk 6 from their Blackberries.

I have a lot of code that I'd be happy to upload, but I figured I'd post the general ideas and see if anyone's actually interested.  These methods have a trade off for speed and usability.  What I'm discussing below are the two main methodologies I found for submitting an incident (ticket) to the Helpdesk.  I also attached some screenshots of the UI I made, which is designed to be quick and use plain English with selectable lists and other input devices to make it easier for them to fill out information.

  • Send an email from the device - By signing your application with keys from RIM you have access to a number of...
scottwed | 10 Nov 2010 | 0 comments

I frequently find myself writing blocks of end-user facing text that are inserted into various Workflow UI components.  There's no built-in spellcheck capability, so my mediocre typing accuracy has a bad habit of showing up far too often.

I'm sure there are ton of these sites, but this is the one I've been using for a few weeks now. It's a painless experience to paste in the text, get corrections and copy the results back out.  I've only been using the English dictionary, but supposedly it has support for 27 languages.

http://orangoo.com/spellcheck/

A practical example: