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IBM Watson: How it Works
Mon, May 18th 2015 11:08a   Paul Withers
The post IBM Watson: How it Works appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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IBM Verse Demonstration
Mon, May 18th 2015 11:04a   Paul Withers
The post IBM Verse Demonstration appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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pde launch configurations and “Xsp Initialization error – Could not load class or methods”
Fri, May 15th 2015 8:35a   Paul Withers
This week I’ve been working with a significantly re-organised repository of OpenNTF Domino API. There were a few issues and it prompted me to finally get round to installing the latest fix packs for Notes and Domino. They had come out just before Engage, where I was speaking, so I chose not to upgrade then and had never got round to it. During the install I had a few problems with installing JVM patches to fix the LS2J issues with the Update Site database and basically broke my Notes Clien
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Opening XPages and Custom Controls to Source Pane
Thu, May 14th 2015 4:17p   Paul Withers
These days virtually all my work on XPages and Custom Controls is done in the source pane. But by default when you open the design elements, they open to the Design pane. Wouldn’t it be great if it opened to the Source pane? The good thing about the Package Explorer is that by right-clicking on a design element you can change the editor to launch. If you choose the XML Editor, then it launches the normal editor, but with the XML Source pane displayed. There’s a bit of a trade-off her
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[INFOGRAPHIC] Managed Application Hosting for your Domino Application
Mon, Apr 27th 2015 1:57p   Paul Withers
in The post [INFOGRAPHIC] Managed Application Hosting for your Domino Application appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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[VIDEO] Managed Application Hosting for your Domino Application
Mon, Apr 27th 2015 12:42p   Paul Withers
The post [VIDEO] Managed Application Hosting for your Domino Application appeared first on Intec Systems | IBM Business Partner | Collaboration Solutions Provider.
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Pushing Changes to Java Agents
Thu, Apr 23rd 2015 7:36a   Paul Withers
In more recent projects I’ve written my agents in Java. Although it meant copying some code across (and in some cases, rewriting it a bit because the agents were not using OpenNTF Domino API), it helped keep muscle memory. However, I encountered some strange behaviour when refreshing design of the databases. LotusScript agents were fine, XPages were fine, XPages Java code was fine. But changes were not picked up on agents. It turns out refreshing design does not work for updating Java agen
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XOTS: Background and MultiThreaded Tasks the OpenNTF Domino API Way (Part Three)
Thu, Apr 16th 2015 8:25a   Paul Withers
In the previous two parts I covered the background of XOTS, using a basic tasklet to return a result, and using a basic tasklet to run a background task allowing the user to continue working with the application while the background task completed. In that example the background task did not take a huge amount of time, so it might be worth waiting for the task to complete. But it was iterating over all the states and getting a list of names for contacts in those states. Wouldn’t it be more
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XOTS: Background and MultiThreaded Tasks the OpenNTF Domino API Way (Part Two)
Wed, Apr 15th 2015 9:15a   Paul Withers
Yesterday I blogged introducing where we are with XOTS in OpenNTF Domino API, plus a short example about how to create a tasklet and call it. The example was a bit “hello world” – why would you want to call a tasklet to get the current username, when it’s possible and much easier to do that directly in your XPages code? But it gave the basics of creating a background tasklet and accessing the outcome immediately. So let’s go further with an example that runs a backg
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XOTS: Background and MultiThreaded Tasks the OpenNTF Domino API Way (Part One)
Tue, Apr 14th 2015 8:13a   Paul Withers
OpenNTF Domino API has provided a number of significant enhancements. One of the more recent is XOTS. As its name suggests, XOTS brings together XPages and DOTS. At this point I think it’s worthwhile backtracking and giving some background on DOTS, which many XPages developers will not have utilised. DOTS came in with 8.5.3 and runs within OSGi to allow code that is outside of the NSF to run and return a response, but still interacting with NSFs. The (only officially supported) implementat




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