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Tag Archives: HTTP Filtered Value Set
Since CLM now ships the WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile as default, you might want to be able to publish XML and other data similar to the easy way that was available in Tomcat, by just using the application server … Continue reading
Why I missed this easy solution beats me, however, as my team mate Freddy points out in his (e-mail) answer to my comment on his blog about HTTP Filtered Value Sets it is even easier to publish XML data – … Continue reading
Can you publish XML files for the HTTP Filtered Value Set on Tomcat? This was a question I asked myself when working on Lab 4 of the Process Enactment Workshop. My first answer, and also response to this forum question … Continue reading