Domino and Jar Files

Those of us who have been working with Domino and Java for some time know that one of the big strengths over LotusScript is the host of standard Java libraries that can be utilised. If you want better string or number handling etc, you have Apache Commons libraries. If you want Excel export, you have […]

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Tip: Copying and Pasting Java Classes in DDE

Earlier today I say a tweet from Fredrik Norling about a blog post he did in 2014 for copying and pasting Java code between XPages and Java agents. Used my code to export a webservice today, great way for webservices in XPages https://t.co/GYg85tZ86C #XPages — Fredrik Norling (@XPageDeveloper) 15 December 2016 It reminded me of

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REST Services, JsonJavaObject and Dates

In REST services, the standard format for dates is the ISO 8601 format, which formats the time offset against UTC. So 24th September 2016 12:00:00 British Summer Time would be a string in the format “2016-09-24T12:00:00+01:00”. However, when you want to use that in your application, you need to convert the text string to something

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XOTS: Background and MultiThreaded Tasks the OpenNTF Domino API Way (Part Four)

It’s been about a year since I last blogged about XOTS. Just to recap, XOTS is a method of running background multi-threaded tasks coded within an NSF. It’s basically DOTS tasklets within XPages. The tasklet extends Runnable if you just want to call it and let it run in the background, or Callable if you

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From XPages to Web App Part Sixteen: OSGi JAX-RS REST Access with ODA Revisited

Table of Contents Introduction Part One – The Application Part Two – XPages Advanced 1 Part Three: XPages Advanced Database Separation Part Four: XPages Advanced Document Wrapper Part Five: XPages Advanced MVC Controller Part Six: Use of OpenNTF Domino API Part Seven: OSGi Application Development Introduction Part Eight: OSGi JAX-RS REST Access with ODA Part

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From XPages to Web App: Introduction

Table of Contents Introduction Part One – The Application Part Two – XPages Advanced 1 Part Three: XPages Advanced Database Separation Part Four: XPages Advanced Document Wrapper Part Five: XPages Advanced MVC Controller Part Six: Use of OpenNTF Domino API Part Seven: OSGi Application Development Introduction Part Eight: OSGi JAX-RS REST Access with ODA Part

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Notes Items, Seq Num, and Domino Update Troubleshooting

Domino offers a lot out-of-the-box. It’s immediately apparent when looking at the Document Properties that the last modified time and last modifier are stored. What’s less obvious is that the last modified time of an individual field is also stored. That can be extremely useful when trying to work out who or how that field

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