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IBM Connections 5 Cumulative Refresh 2 New Functions and Fixes
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A Case of Case
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[INFOGRAPHIC] HCM – Hindsight or Insight?
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Scoped Variables, Implicit Variables and Repeat Controls
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IBM ConnectED 2015 Session Slides
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A Case of Case
Mon, Feb 23rd 2015 143
Adding Themes to XPages Dojo Charts
Fri, Feb 27th 2015 88
IBM Connections 5 Cumulative Refresh 2 New Functions and Fixes
Fri, Feb 27th 2015 50
[INFOGRAPHIC] HCM – Hindsight or Insight?
Sun, Feb 15th 2015 20
IBM ConnectED 2015 Session Slides
Mon, Feb 2nd 2015 17
Scoped Variables, Implicit Variables and Repeat Controls
Thu, Feb 5th 2015 16
IBM ConnectED (Not Lotusphere) Reflections
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Java getAllDocumentsByKey / getAllEntriesByKey Problem With Doubles
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IBM Connections 5 Cumulative Refresh 2 New Functions and Fixes
Fri, Feb 27th 2015 12:30p   Paul Withers
The following information was published by IBM on 24th February 2015. The information is only available in a restricted wiki, so we’re reproducing it here. Abstract IBM Connections 5.0 CR2 includes new functions that may be optionally used or enabled by making changes to the configuration files. Content IBM Connections 5.0 CR2 includes new functions that may be optionally used or enabled by making changes to the configuration files. This document lists each function, along with a brief des
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Adding Themes to XPages Dojo Charts
Fri, Feb 27th 2015 9:59a   Paul Withers
Since I first blogged about Dojo charting in XPages in 2009, quite a lot has changed with Dojo. Much of what I did then is still valid, including the additional JavaScript file I created at Lotusphere 2011 and contributed to OpenNTF for making the chart legend multi-column and allowing styling on it. However, when trying to add a different theme last week, I found the code I have used previously didn’t work. This comprised creating a new instance of dojox.charting.Theme on the fly, assigni
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A Case of Case
Mon, Feb 23rd 2015 11:19a   Paul Withers
We all know that XPages URLs are case sensitive. So for a page “Domino_ViewState.xsp”, you cannot use “domino_viewstate.xsp”. However, what’s not so widely known is that the URLs are only case sensitive after the first character. So both “Domino_ViewState.xsp” and “domino_ViewState.xsp” will work for opening the XPage. However, although both will work, there can then be problems with functionality that uses those values as strings. One of tho
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[INFOGRAPHIC] HCM – Hindsight or Insight?
Sun, Feb 15th 2015 8:41p   Paul Withers
The post [INFOGRAPHIC] HCM – Hindsight or Insight? appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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Scoped Variables, Implicit Variables and Repeat Controls
Thu, Feb 5th 2015 7:29a   Paul Withers
Last week I spoke with Tony McGuckin at IBM Connect. This blog post is explaining a problem I had recently, the cause, the investigation and the resolution two possible resolutions. All relate to content I covered in that session, particularly around the JSF lifecycle. It’s also why the JSF lifecycle is something I always cover at the very start of the Troubleshooting XPages element of the XPages training course I’ve developed and delivered for Intec. The Problem The problem was I ha
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IBM ConnectED 2015 Session Slides
Mon, Feb 2nd 2015 5:10p   Paul Withers
Last week I delivered two sessions at ConnectED. Here are the session slides. MAS103 XPages Performance & Scalability BP106 From XPages Hero To OSGi Guru: Taking The Scary Out Of Building Extension Libraries The post IBM ConnectED 2015 Session Slides appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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IBM ConnectED (Not Lotusphere) Reflections
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 12:01p   Paul Withers
It’s been a busy week as always. So now the dust has settled here are a few thoughts. No Matter What Changes, The Community Persists Our community is an awesome thing, often mentioned with envy by those working outside what was ICS and is now ESS (Enterprise Social Solutions). Over recent years there have been some notable exceptions at our January event. I think we’ll have to wait some months, if not longer, to see the impact of the structural changes within IBM. And IBM are yet to
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IBM ConnectED 2015
Wed, Jan 21st 2015 8:10a   Paul Withers
In just a short few days, fellow IBM Champion Tim Malone and myself (Paul Withers) will be heading off to IBM ConnectED. With one less day but just as much to do, it’s likely to be even more hectic than ever. Here’s a summary of things I intend to be involved in. OpenNTF Domino API / CrossWorlds One of the key aspects for the week for me is to touch base with the OpenNTF Domino API team and particularly get up to speed with CrossWorlds. CrossWorlds was a new project that came into be
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Single Copy XPage Design and Development Best Practice Challenges
Tue, Jan 6th 2015 5:15a   Paul Withers
For the first time I’ve got an application that would benefit from Single Copy XPage Design. The challenge is how to develop that in a way that can best be managed via source control and deployed through development, test and live environments. That’s because, unlike design inheritance, Single Copy XPage Design is set in Domino Designer, in the Application Properties, on the XPages tab. There are two issues here: The literal path is stored in the design, so all environments need to
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SourceTree and Git/Mercurial: Important Information
Fri, Dec 19th 2014 8:09a   Paul Withers
For anyone who has used the slides from my Show and Tell on source control in January or the subsequent NotesIn9 episode, the recommended Git / Mercurial client was SourceTree. It’s an excellent tool for those who prefer a GUI and runs on Windows and Mac. The advice at the time was to use the embedded Git / Mercurial. For most XPages developers, who were only pushing and retrieving files via SourceTree, that was adequate. However, overnight I became aware of a security vulnerability with G




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