Hi Everyone. I recently found a way to have links in the Application Layout that comes with the Xpages Extension Library, to open in their own Window if you so wish. You can see a working example of this on my Xpages Showcase. Below I explain how I achieved this.
Let’s say you created a Footer Link in the Properties of the Application Layout Custom Control called “My Page“, and the href parameter is “http://www.mypage.com“, it would look something like this:
This will work perfectly, except that it will open the URL in the current window, overwriting your Xpage.
1. Make sure that the href property is empty. Otherwise it will take preference over the onClick property.
And that’s it. I hope this all made sense. Until next time….Happy Coding.
Install previous versions of iOS SDK in your current version of Xcode
Tue, Apr 15th 2014 6:19a John Jardin In some cases, one might be developing for iOS6 and therefore require the iOS6.1 SDK. Xcode 5 however, no longer has the iOS6.1 SDK installed. In this article I’ll show you how to install the iOS6.1 SDK in your current version of Xcode.
Download Xcode 4.6.3 to get the iOS6.1 SDK and Simulator
Make sure Xcode is closed. If you are using Appcelerator Titanium, make sure that’s closed as well.
Go to Apple’s Developer Center
Log into iOS Dev Center (You will need an Apple Develope [read] Keywords: apple
Solution to error when downloading Kitchen Sink from Git in Titanium Studio
Fri, Feb 21st 2014 3:31a John Jardin So after updating my Titanium Studio to release 3.2.0, I wanted to re-download the Appcelerator Kitchen Sink app from Git.
When attempting to download the Kitchen Sink App, I got an error message along the lines of:
No GIT Executable found in PreferencesTeamGit
This was very strange to me because I never did have Git installed on my MacBook, so why moan about it now?
What I did to solve the problem was the following:
Got to http://git-scm.com
Download Latest version [read] Keywords: linkedin
Slides and Info for Worklight Session at IBM Connect 2014
Mon, Feb 3rd 2014 7:42a John Jardin Firstly, a big thanks to everyone who attended our session on “IBM Worklight and XPages” at IBM Connect 2014 last week. It was great to see so many people turn up, especially on the last day of IBM Connect.
Below are the slides to the IBM Worklight Session, which will be available on SlideShare and for download. I will be releasing a video on this topic and will submit it through David Leedy’s NotesIn9 VideoCast (Hopefully next week still). I will also have the source code avai [read] Keywords: ibm
Convert MySQL queries to MongoDB using QueryMongo
Tue, Jan 7th 2014 3:29a John Jardin I needed to perform a query search in MongoDB based on an array of values. I referenced MongoDB’s Manual, which provides great examples of comparisons between SQL and Mongo Queries, but sadly they don’t provide examples of all queries types. QueryMongo to the rescue!!!
The MySQL Version of the query I wanted to perform
In my particular case, I needed a MongoDB version of the following MySQL Statement:
SELECT mallType FROM Places