Category :Mobile

Posted in : Mobile, VitalStatus on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

We’ve been poking around with jQuery, which happens to play nice with Domino, and we decided to use it to spice up the mobile edition of VitalStatus.  With just a couple of hours of work, we got some really nice affects that those of you with Apple and Android devices are sure to love.   You..

Posted in : Mobile on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

The upcoming major release of VitalSigns will have dramatically enhanced capabilities for monitoring Lotus Traveler.   We’ve already started working on the web page describing it. Officially, it is called “IBM® Lotus® Notes® Traveler software” but most of us just call it “Traveler”.   Traveler provides mobile support for Lotus Notes and Web Access users with automatic,..

Posted in : Mobile on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

In preparation for presenting at the Belux Lotus User Group next month on Best Practices for Rolling out Lotus Traveler, I came across a neat tip I thought I’d share.  It lets you put a company logo on the Lotus Traveler home page on your Traveler server. 1. Go to traveler server data directory (\domino\html\traveler\Images)..

Posted in : Mobile on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

We are all (Joe, Alan, Jim)  here at Lotusphere, soaking up the opportunities to meet with many of you.   Please come by our booth 605 if you are here. Watch for some exciting improvements to VitalSigns in  Cluster health and Traveler Health based on the latest best practices we have picked up at the Jumpstarts..

Posted in : Mobile on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

Based on the great feedback we’ve been getting from customers, the mobile edition of VitalStatus is continually being enhanced and refined.   We are pleased to add mobile editions of cluster health and disk health.  To view your own version of this, just point your mobile browser to http://hostname/vitalstatus.nsf/onthego            ..

Posted in : Mobile, Overall Health on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

Wow, this is cool!  The latest VitalStatus template contains a series of views and a main menu that is optimized to run on smart phones, including Apple iOS, Android, and BlackBerry.   You can test it here– > http://azphxweb1.rprwyatt.com/vs/vitalstatus.nsf/onthego (After updating your VitalStatus, point your mobile browser to the VitalStatus.nsf file, and append /onthego to..

Posted in : Mobile, Overall Health on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

The newest version of the VitalStatus database features a “Dashboard” form with all the key information right on one screen.  Requires VitalSigns 9.5 or higher.