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1 - Resources

Useful online resources related to HCL products and solutions our professional community works with.

1.1 - Community Resources

Useful online resources related to HCL products by community members or professionals on the internet.

1.1.1 - Opensource projects

Here is a curated list of opensource projects and repositories shared by professionals, partners, customers in the HCL DX Space

Monitoring & performance

Resource What it is
was-metrics-exporter
Retrieving traditional WebSphere Application Server (tWAS) performance data (PMI) via the MBeans is not trivial: the MBeans providing performance data are quite complex and therefore can’t be retrieved using standard tools like e.g. Jolokia.

As an alternative way to retrieve PMI data, tWAS ships with a Performance Servlet-EAR which provides PMI data obtained from the runtime as XML data. A major drawback of performance servlet is that nowadays most modern metrics aggregation tools work with Json or plain text inputs (like InfluxDb) and don’t support (complex) XML input directly.

The idea of this project is to provide a tool to fetch and transform PMI data from XML into multiple target formats. Additional output formats can easily be introduced by writing a new output plugin.

by https://2innovate.at/
dxOnCrc
This playbook is intented to ease and automate the deployment of HCLs DX plattform on RedHat’s Openshift plattform. Due to resource limitations testing so far was done only on RedHats CRC - Code Ready Containers plattform.

by https://2innovate.at/

1.2 - HCL Resources

Useful online resources related to HCL products, directly from HCL Software.

1.2.1 - HCL DX (Digital Experience)

HCL Digital Experience builds on the solid reliability and security of IBM WebSphere Portal with dramatically improved, new features for content creators and IT professionals.

Information sites

Type Resource Link
Product page HCL DX product home page https://hclsw.co/dx
Product blog HCL DX Blog https://hclsw.co/dx-blogs
Demo site HCL DX Demo Site https://hclsw.co/dx-product-demo
Videos HCL DX Videos https://hclsw.co/dx-video-playlist
Videos HCL DX - Did you know - Video Series https://hclsw.co/dx-dyk-videos
Users' feedback HCL DX - Users’s ideas and requests https://hclsw.co/dx-ideas

Documentation and support

Type Resource Link
Forum Digital Experience Forum https://hclsw.co/dx-product-forum
Documentation HCL DX Product documentation https://hclsw.co/dx-product-documentation
Learning resources HCL Digital Solutions Academy (includes DX) https://hclsw.co/ds-academy

Code and samples

Type Resource Link
DX on GitHub HCL Digital Experience (DX) public samples and shared code https://github.com/hcl-dx

1.2.2 - HCL Domino Volt

HCL Domino Volt is a new low-code capability that makes it easy to develop powerful, secure, and enterprise-grade workflow-based applications. While it runs on Domino, you don’t need any specialized Domino or IT skills.

Information sites

Type Resource
Product page HCL Domino Volt product home page
Users' feedback HCL Domino Volt - Users’s ideas and requests

Documentation and support

Type Resource
Documentation HCL Domino Volt Product documentation
Documentation HCL Domino Volt Product Wiki

1.2.3 - HCL LEAP (Lightweight Enterprise Apps)

HCL Leap, formerly known as Forms Experience Builder, was acquired from IBM in December of 2017 and has now been released as an HCL product with new features and functionality and with the new brand identity of HCL Leap (standing for Lightweight Enterprise Apps).

Information sites

Type Resource
Product page HCL LEAP product home page
Product blog HCL LEAP Blog
Demo site HCL LEAP Demo Site
Videos HCL LEAP Videos
Users' feedback HCL LEAP - Users’s ideas and requests

Documentation and support

Type Resource
Documentation HCL LEAP Product documentation
Documentation HCL LEAP Product Wiki
Support forum HCL Support forums (includes LEAP)
Support Knowledge Base HCL LEAP Support Knowledge Base