Use IIS and ASP.Net to recreate the company employees portal without Sharepoint.

Migrated webparts and managed authorisation directly from Active Directory.

Visual Studio 2013, C#, Javascript, jQuery

The Information System integrates many different areas which were previously accessed using 3270 terminals into one browser-based application. The system is highly configurable so that users can rearrange or hide information depending on their needs.

WebSphere was used as the web server platform. The servlets were written in Java 4. XML and XSLT were used for data storage and transformation. HTML and CSS used. DB/2 and Oracle were data sources. JUnit was used for quality assurance. Ant used for build and deployment.

JCo used for connection to SAP data.


Team size 6-10.
My role: Framework design and implementation.

This web application is used by subsidiaries to register their business contacts for visits to fairs sponsored by my client. Their travel and accommodation wishes are recorded and passed on to existing CRM and hotel reservation systems. Web services were used to increase the usability of the site – for example, immediate look-up of customer information using a matchcode or customer number.
The application was written using Java 5 and Websphere RAD 6.1. Backend databases DB/2 and MS SQL server. I made use of JSP, Tiles, HTML, Javascript, AJAX, web services, MooTools javascript framework. Tivoli Access Manager is used to secure the application.


Team size: 2.


My role: design and implementation of the web application.

Introduction of the Microsoft SharePoint Portal. The portal is used mainly to display links to all the authorised applications available to a user. A number of web parts display the list of links, a works calendar, canteen menu of the day, IP information for VPN users etc. A stand-alone authorisation tool manages the application and user information using data from Active Directory, Lotus Notes and other sources. The development environment was Visual Studio 2003 and the application and web parts were written using C# and .Net 4. MSSQL, ODBC and DB2 were used.
The most recent upgrade was to MOSS 2010.
Team size: 2.
My role: design and implementation of a number of the web parts

This project modified the existing web shop to provide connectivity to the newly introduced SAP systems. Web services were used to fetch data from SAP and to place new orders.

Team size: 2.

My role: design and implementation of the web application