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My top 5 wishlist for IBM Notes / IBM Domino Designer, which ones are yours?|
Wed, Aug 6th 2014 6:10a Frederic Dehedin
Notes Client and Designer are very powerful piece of software, but there are some issues, which could make them even better. In my daily work i always bump into the following things. As for the Notes Client related parts: That’s not only me, I heard these topics from nearly every experienced Notes Client user I’ve met…
5. Beloved Workspace: friendlier design and opening applications with a single click.
The workspace and it’s tiles is around for over 10 years now, and a
Creating a test environment: the easy way|
Tue, Jun 3rd 2014 8:14a Frederic Dehedin
Testing without proper data can be quite annoying and sometimes even impossible.
I’m working on an application which consist of more than 5 different NSF files. All data are related to each other and linked with an unique ID. Manually copy / paste all the data is not an option, the chance to forget data and have resulting inconsistencies are too big. Another problem: productive data can grow very big (attachments, rich-text fields and so on), simply copy paste the nsf files may result in
3 XPages hints #2|
Wed, Apr 30th 2014 6:09a Frederic Dehedin
I wrote the first post for some XPages tipps several months ago (5 XPages hints #1). I actually planned it to do it as a series, but soon got very involved into customer projects so i did not have the time to describe 5 tipps in detail, so i downsized it to 3. Anyway, i hope they will help ..
1. Getting the session as signer
Sometimes you need to get document information (e.g. for a website) with higher access rights, than the logged-in user (or “Anonymous”). For this case, you can g