Scheduling XPages Code – Part Four

In the previous part I covered Node-RED. The announcement a few weeks ago of NodeJS integration with Domino will hopefully reduce resistance from customers for using the two together. In this part I’ll start covering XPages code triggered from the scheduled tasks – or external integration points – of Node-RED. Bear in mind that I’m

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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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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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