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KnowledgeNuggets – September 2018

This month’s collection covers Agile, DevOps, Continuous Delivery as well as DB2 maintenance tasks and rlwrap with wsadmin DB2 & sqplus on linux.
Oh, not to forget syntax highlighting for IBM Connections as well as EV code signing with CI/CD to boot.

KnowledgeNuggets is a series where our experts share their knowledge that does not directly relate to the panagenda realm but may well still be of interest to you. As they say, the noblest pleasure is the joy of learning.
This is our contribution:

EV code signing with CI/CD

“In a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) build environment most of the tasks to create a software product are automated and executed by unattended build agents. That means there is nobody interactively logged in at the agent. Such agents are often virtual machines without any physical monitor or keyboard. If EV Code Signing is needed the build process will break or stop because no user will see the popup dialog. Existing solutions are a little bit impracticable – or better more complex than expected. That was the reason why I decided to modify the source code a little bit.” Read the blog post

Author: Harald Goci

EV code signing with CI/CD - PWdialog

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Harald Goci has more than 20 years experience in C/C++ development on Windows and Linux. He has been part of panagenda since 2016, active as Senior Software Developer and Lead Developer of MarvelClient for Outlook. Complex communication systems and tweaking OSes are his specialty. Prior to this he worked as Software Developer at several companies from tiny businesses up to global market leaders where he lead several teams and was responsible for the software architecture of multiple products.

Christoph Stoettner has experiences with the IBM (Lotus) ICS / ESS portfolio since 2000. Christoph joined panagenda in 2015 as Senior Consultant for IBM Connections, lives in Bavaria and is a frequent speaker at technical conferences in Europe and the United States.  His main tasks are Deployments, Optimizations (Performance Tuning, Single Sign On) and Monitoring of IBM Connections and IBM Domino. He started the OpenNTF Project “Administration Scripts for WebSphere” with a collection of useful scripts for IBM WebSphere, IBM Connections and DB2 installation, configuration and troubleshooting. Christoph is awarded as an IBM Champion and in the Organization team for Social Connections 9 and 10.

Nico Meisenzahl - panageda

Nico Meisenzahl is a Consultant at panagenda since 2016 and lives in Germany. He is working with the ICS portfolio since 2008. His focus is on IBM Connections, IBM Domino, IBM Traveler and the underlying backend products. Nico is a speaker at conferences and user group events in Europe and the United States. He is also a frequent blogger. He’s also IBM Champion, loves Linux, Mac & Docker and his desk is a ping pong table.

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