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Engage 2018

Later this month I will be speaking at Engage, delivering the session that John Jardin and I gave at IBM Think, “Tips and Tricks: Domino and JavaScript Development Masterclass”. As ever, Engage looks to be a major conference on the ICS calendar, with a very strong and interesting agenda. The direction that community sessions have …

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Scheduling XPages Code – Video and Addendum

Following the blog posts and the demo, which took some time, I’ve finally created a video on my YouTube channel, which you can also access below. It’s quite a long video but that’s because I go through all that I’ve gone through in the blog posts and more. And if it’s not included elsewhere – …

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Scheduling XPages Code – Part Six

So far we’ve covered using Node-RED triggering REST services which could be SmartNSF routes, XAgents or custom Java REST services in OSGi plugins – and indeed any REST endpoints, on Domino or beyond. Apart from re-using XPages code, there’s no real advantage so far over LotusScript or Java agents. But if agents are dependent upon …

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IBM Think Presentations

At IBM Think I presented four sessions. Two were on The IBM Champion and Community Day on Sunday. One was titled “Social Zero to Community Hero” with Tony Holder and Alex Ivanov, who was also announced as an IBM Lifetime Champion that afternoon. This detailed what a Champion is and the different paths a champion …

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Domino REST Service Plugins and Pre-Loading Caches

Last week I had an email from Mat Newman passing on a query for a REST servlet plugin. The person was noting that when sending a tell http osgi ss command to the server, the plugin was showing as “<<LAZY>>” and only changed to “<<ACTIVE>>” after the first call, when the code in the Activator …

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Scheduling XPages Code – Part Three

In the previous part I covered setting up Node-RED, in my scenario as a Docker image. Triggering Domino code on schedule is surprisingly straightforward, requiring just two nodes. The first is the inject node and the second is the http request node. The inject node allows a process to be scheduled. The payload for the …

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Scheduling XPages / OSGi Plugin Code – Part One

Before Christmas I blogged a teaser about running Xots tasks scheduled. Various demos have been constructed and a video will be coming, but I decided to blog about the components I would recommend to a customer. This is very much a modular approach with a lot of BYO components. But therein lies its strength, in …

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