Outcomes of a Java Discussion – What is Static and Final

Earlier today myself, David Leedy, John Jardin and Jeremly Hodge were discussing Java integration with XPages. Particularly with the introduction of the new Java design element, developers are starting to try Java. For those – myself included – who have come from a traditional Domino development background some aspects come more naturally than others. The

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SSJS: The Best of Languages, The Worst of Languages

Let’s face it, Server-Side JavaScript is the most powerful and flexible language that I have ever come across, in twelve years as a Domino developer. Yes, you need to build a few muscles to automatically type commas instead of semi-colons in @Formulae and learn how to create a vector for doing getDocumentByKey against multiple columns.

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"Object Has Been Removed or Recycled": When Logic Goes Wrong

One of the great things about XPages is that you can extend your skill-set as you become more confident. You can build a powerful application without needing to write your own stylesheet or use a theme or use Java. But as and when you want to push the boundaries of your knowledge further, you can

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XPages: Rendering Based on Error Messages

This is one of those occasions when I had written an article and was just waiting to get round to publish it, and another developer posted an article that covers a similar topic. Just this morning, Tommy Valand posted an article with some SSJS for accessing messages from the facesContext.getMessages and using an iterator to loop

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Returning Error Messages from SSJS Through The facesContext

Over the last month or so, on and off, I’ve been reading about JSF to get background on XPages and continue building up my knowledge. It’s certainly useful and I can see me needing to use managed beans in the future to store and handle data. But one of the areas it’s already helped with

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