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Where does SSJS print show in the notes client
Fredrik    

Where does SSJS Print() in the client end up I answered a question in the XPage forum yesterday but I thought that this might be something worth writing
a line about because this is one of the things that I was wondering about when starting with XPages. To view the print statement you should look in the menu
Help -> Support -> view trace
Or you could create a new icon and in the property box for target
add the following -RPARAMS – console
The last param is also great when debugging Notes clients that doesn’t startup. But beware if you close the console window the client crashes!!



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Another great developer book found
Tue, Jun 10th 2014 1:32p   Fredrik Norling
Summer is here and book reading time for me is also here, I’ve read and added this great resource to my desk at work, JQuery and Javascript Phasebook. I often like to have all my resources as pdf files but in some cases a reference book can come in handy. Easy to pick up without the need for extra screens (They are full with applications anyway) This book is one of them, if you develop using jQuery this book has lots of short code snippets that will come in handy when developing using JQu [read] Keywords: applications css javascript mobile
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Today I’m going to show you hav to setup you own internal Free Git server in five minutes Make sure that you have java version 7 installed in you windows server. JRE or JDK any version works. If you don’t have one goto java.com and install the a java jre. Goto the java download page scroll down to the bottom of the page and download the JCE Open up the downloaded zip file and copy the 2 selected files To the folder libsecurity below your java installation folder in my case it was C: [read] Keywords: admin domino development email interface java linux oracle password properties security server
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Importing a Files and folders as fileresources
Mon, May 19th 2014 12:32p   Fredrik Norling
I saw a question today inside a linkedin forum about how to import files and folders into a Domino database and there are several ways on how to do this. Check out these three ways of importing files and folders into your nsf file. 1. Import the files into the webcontent folder using package explorer. using import Select general -> file system to import files and folders Browse for the from folder, any subfolder will be the top folder when impor [read] Keywords: admin agent domino dxl ibm database eclipse linkedin
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HTTP Server is waiting for threads to finish: the wait is over part 2
Thu, May 15th 2014 11:56a   Fredrik Norling
If you did read my post yesterday about how to break long running requests on the Domino server if not you can find it here The wait is over part 1 Sven Hasselbach commented that this didn’t work for him and yes he is probably right because I suspect that Sven was trying a long running XPage and yes you can’t break them using Restart Task Http but I have a solution/workaround but that requires you to implement a failsafe into your long running code. If you add this inside your l [read] Keywords: admin domino application server
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HTTP Server is waiting for threads to finish: the wait is over
Wed, May 14th 2014 6:11a   Fredrik Norling
How many times have you tried to stop the http task on a Domino server and got this back on the console HTTP Server: Waiting for session to finish: Session State [Processing Request] And there you are waiting and waiting for the http to restart och shut down The solution is not to use tell http quit or tell http restart if you want to shut down http Use restart task http instead if you want to restart http or restart task http and when the task is restarted use tell http quit. This will force t [read] Keywords: domino server
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Mastering XPages – a good addition to every XPagers bookshelf
Fri, May 2nd 2014 1:47p   Fredrik Norling
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Mon, Apr 14th 2014 9:18a   Fredrik Norling
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Fri, Apr 11th 2014 1:12p   Fredrik Norling
The upcoming second edition of Mastering XPages is here soon with a realease date of the 25:th of April. Impressive 1200 pages of XPages information. Apart from all the old stuff the authors has added content about mobile, extension library, debugging (my favorite part) and performance. I will write a follow up with a review as soon as I get my hands of a copy of the book. Check out what the authors say about the new book You can preorder the book here IBM Press amazon.com [read] Keywords: ibm xpages application mobile
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Domino and heartbleed
Wed, Apr 9th 2014 11:50a   Fredrik Norling
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Calling web services from XPages the missing part
Tue, Mar 4th 2014 12:49p   Fredrik Norling
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