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Welcome to the IBM Security i2 online user group!

This is a forum for i2 users across law enforcement, national security and defense, cyber threat hunting, fraud investigations and more – to discuss and contribute best practices and use case examples, as well as share other helpful information about the i2 portfolio.

We invite you to participate and ask you to contact support@communitysite.ibm.com with any questions.

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  • I n case you hadn't noticed, there are two recent blog additions in this community group. One of them was just posted today, titled "IBM i2 Security Expert Labs Announce new services offerings, an innovative i2 Connect connector hosting platform and the ...

  • Harold iBase only works with MS SQL Server and MS Access; due to the integrations between the iBase and the repository it is very unlikely that it will work with any other repositories, and certainly would not be supported. Sorry... Simon ------------------------------ ...

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  • Hi Harold, I have not seen iBase running with anything except Access or SQL. It also does not look like other databases are supported. Here is a link to the software product compatibility report: https://www.ibm.com/software/reports/compatibility/clarity-reports/report/html/softwareReqsForProduct?deliverableId=E09735B07BA011E89D57EFEED3CB8BE9 ...

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Latest Articles

  • IBM i2 Security Expert Labs Announce new services offerings, an innovative i2 Connect connector hosting platform and the subscription-based Security Expert Essentials program. IBM i2 Security Expert Labs (i2 SEL) have several exciting announcements ...

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  • A new platform for i2 Connect connectors. Analyst’s Notebook is an incredibly versatile tool with different ways of obtaining data, the simplest usually being to import via the ANB importer, creating an import specification. However, ...

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  • For those of you who might want to undertake remote training and get further skilled up on IBM i2, there are a number of places you can check out: IBM Support have a range of learning videos available on their very own i2 channel -> https://www.youtube.com/user/IBMSecuritySupport/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=13 ...

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