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Watson Workspace Java SDK – 0.6.0 Released and Unit Testing Learning
Fri, Feb 17th 2017 5:12p   Paul Withers
Today I pushed up a new release of Watson Workspace Java SDK to OpenNTF. This includes all mutation GraphQL queries, namely: createSpace updateSpace deleteSpace As ever, the documentation has been updated and full Javadoc comments added. As before, the documentation includes examples. Unit Testing This has been a big learning curve, building up my skills more on unit testing. The challenge has been that all of these mutations can only be run under a user’s authority. They fail if run jus
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IBM Connect 2017
Mon, Feb 13th 2017 7:57p   Paul Withers
With a little over a week to go, IBM Connect 2017 looks set to be as busy as ever. 2016 was a challenging year as a Domino developer, testing the faith and patience of many. My attendance at IBM Connect as a speaker, Business Partner and IBM Champion may seem “business as usual”, but it has not been a straightforward journey. So I hope the experience is as positive as last year but with a more positive rest of the year. IBM Connect Hackathon On Monday I will be taking part in and lea
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Setting Names, Readers and Authors the ODA Way
Wed, Feb 8th 2017 12:05p   Paul Withers
No matter how long you work with an API, there can still be surprises. Yesterday proved one of those for me. While troubleshooting an issue for someone with setting an Authors field in a document (it turned out there was an obscure bug that meant it was trying to recycle a String in a Vector), I shared two ways I’ve been setting Readers or Authors fields in an application using OpenNTF Domino API for a while. Then this conversation ensued: This is, without doubt, the recommended way of cr
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Git Flow, Maven, ODA and Domino FP8
Fri, Jan 27th 2017 9:27a   Paul Withers
The last few weeks quite a large amount of my work has been outside the NSF, so using more standard development tools in a more standard environment. There have been some challenges but also some refreshing experiences. Git Flow One of the big challenges for traditional Domino development is when features are requested but cancelled or fixes are required to live code while new features are in test. Fortunately, I decided from the start to do the REST service I was working on as an OSGi plugin us
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Domino App Dev, Performance and Verse
Wed, Jan 4th 2017 9:00a   Paul Withers
Performance is an area that I have been very aware of with Domino, as I’ve previously blogged about. It’s an aspect I cover in basic XPages training and sessions I’ve done. But before going any further, it’s important to realise performance falls into two distinct areas – developer performance (speed to market) and code performance (speed for users). Spending a lot of (development) time optimising performance for an app that will be used by a handful of users is rar
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WWS Java SDK API 0.5.0 and GraphQL Visualisations
Fri, Dec 23rd 2016 2:14p   Paul Withers
As I’ve blogged before, over recent weeks I’ve been working with Christian Guedemann on a Java SDK for the Watson Work Services API. The documentation has been available since it was released at the end of October. There has also been a GraphiQL in-browser IDE for writing, validating and testing GraphQL queries against Watson Work Services, which is invaluable (note: you have be authenticated to Watson Workspace in the same browser for the queries to return any data). That also has a
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Tip: Copying and Pasting Java Classes in DDE
Thu, Dec 15th 2016 11:17a   Paul Withers
Earlier today I say a tweet from Fredrik Norling about a blog post he did in 2014 for copying and pasting Java code between XPages and Java agents. Used my code to export a webservice today, great way for webservices in XPages https://t.co/GYg85tZ86C #XPages — Fredrik Norling (@XPageDeveloper) 15 December 2016 It reminded me of something I noticed a while ago. I think it was when I was looking at the On Disk Project for an NSF while I was editing a Java agent or Script Library. Because I sta
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Intec’s Returning Champions
Thu, Dec 15th 2016 10:36a   Paul Withers
Yesterday the 2017 IBM Champions for ICS were announced during #MeetIT. It was great to see again that Intec has two champions, both returning. Tim Malone was announced as an IBM Champion for the fourth consecutive year alone with Paul Withers, who has been ever-present since the program began for ICS in 2011. The post Intec’s Returning Champions appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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ViewScope, Full Refresh and reloadPage()
Thu, Dec 8th 2016 3:57p   Paul Withers
Recently I picked up on a discussion about managed beans, viewScope and full page refreshes. If I understood the comments correctly, the expectation was that a full page refresh would reload the managed bean. My IBM Connect session at the beginning of this year (which is being re-run for TLCC’s webinar next week) was all about expectations and troubleshooting to verify that the expectations are correct. So I had a database already set up with everything to verify and explain what actually
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Watson Work Services Java API Introduction
Thu, Nov 24th 2016 2:45p   Paul Withers
For a few weeks now, Christian Guedemann and I have been working on a Java API to send requests to Watson Work Services to interact with a Watson Workspace. I blogged about the approach recently. I was determined to avoid Java developers having to write strings of JSON data to pass as queries to Watson Work Services. Over the weekend I saw a tweet from Christian where he had incorporated the code into a Workspace Client 4 Eclipse plugin: @guedeWebGate @PaulSWithers looking good mate — Mat Ne




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