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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Lessons in Optimising Performance

Over the last few months I’ve been involved with an application that has needed quite considerable optimisation and architectural modification. A few weeks ago I published a blog post about aspects of developing for performance and then followed up with a discussion about performance and Domino. In this blog I’m going to go into more …

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New ODA Release and Design API Updated

This week two new releases of ODA came out on OpenNTF and also published to OpenNTF’s artifactory repository, for those wanting to use ODA via Maven. They covered a host of new developments and some minor fixes from over the last few months since Domino FP8 was released. On ODA, it’s worth pointing out there …

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Big News for Domino, Connections and OpenNTF

There are signs you can tell summer is over. For us in the northern hemisphere, the weather starts feeling chillier (although it’s been very changeable in UK most of the “summer”). And things start ramping up as people get back from holidays and Q3 comes to an end. We’ve already seen Domino FP9 or Zircon …

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Call to Action: Designer Lite Plugin

At Engage I hosted a round table discussion titled “Domino Next Generation IDE“. The discussion was around giving / promoting CRUD API access to databases, views and forms, as well as managing scheduled processes (which in the NSF world is handled as agents). The discussion was useful and covered a number of aspects. Since then …

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The Awesome New Functionality of ODA Part Two

Part one of this, which covers the background, is here. Before looking at some code, it’s worth just covering performance. Obviously, on a busy production server, if you’re running code for every save of a document, code needs to be optimised. To give you an idea, here’s a snippet of conversation: “About” is good, but …

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ODA Update From IBM Connect: The Awesome New Functionality of ODA

At the end of my OpenNTF Domino API session with Stephan Wissel at IBM Connect, I showed a demo of some experimental new functionality in ODA. Hopefully those who saw it were impressed with the power and potential, especially because part of it reproduced the Watson Workspace notifications integration that the Sapho product showed in …

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