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IBM Domino 9.0.1.Feature Pack 8 Interim Fix 2 Available for Download on IBM Fix Central
Fri, Apr 21st 2017 6:40a Johnny Oldenburger IBM Domino 9.0.1.Feature Pack 8 Interim Fix 2 is available for wownload on IBM Fix Central. A vulnerability in the IBM Domino server IMAP EXAMINE command potentially could be exploited by an authenticated user resulting in a stack buffer overflow. This could allow a remote attacker to execute code with the privileges of the Domino server. Current 64-bit platforms leverage ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) which dramatically reduces the probability of rogue code execution. Conversely, Win
Panagenda ApplicationInsights for IBM Notes Domino - Transform the Bits and Bytes of your Notes Databases into Meaningful Information!
Wed, Apr 12th 2017 12:20p Johnny Oldenburger Starting April 11, 2017, customers who are current on IBM Software Subscription and Support (S&S) for Domino Enterprise Server, Utility Server, or Dual Entitlement with Applications will be entitled to panagenda ApplicationInsights at no cost. See below for important details pertaining to this offering. ApplicationInsights is an offering from panagenda that allows customers to get a detailed analysis of their application landscape in IBM Domino. ApplicationInsights provides key analysis to
IBM NewWayToLearn 2017 starting April 17th
Mon, Apr 3rd 2017 9:11a Johnny Oldenburger New Way to Learn is a comprehensive program of enablement for IBM Business Partners to get the skills and experience they need to be successful delivering, supporting and designing solutions on IBM's Collaboration Solutions platforms. In addition to the more than two hundred sessions delivered in 2015 and 2016 there will be another 122 sessions starting on 17th April. For more information: NewWayToLearn is coming by Alan Hamilton. Last year I participated as an IBM Champion to this great IB
Replay IBM Presents the IBM Notes Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8
Thu, Mar 30th 2017 9:04p Johnny Oldenburger On March 28th a very interesting webinar was organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8, by Barry Rosen (IBM), Adam Kesner (IBM), Martin Donnelly (IBM) and Brian Gleeson (IBM). For those who missed this webinar below the content, slides and video. This webinar encompasses two sessions presented at IBM Connect 2017. Adam Kesner and Barry Rosen from IBM review the latest updates on Notes/Domino and discuss the future directions a
SSJS Editor intermittently fails to open in Domino Designer 9.0.1 Feature Pack 8
Fri, Mar 17th 2017 5:48p Johnny Oldenburger In case you missed it, there is a problem in the Domino Designer after installing Feature Pack 8. Below the description of IBM Support. An intermittent problem has been introduced in Domino Designer 9.0.1 Feature Pack 8 that causes a failure when opening the SSJS editor. This problem affects only applications that contain a managed bean. This issue is being tracked as SPR LHEYAKBJSQ. As a workaround, users can perform a full clean/rebuild of the application and then use the SSJS editor. Note: T
IBM New Way to Learn 2017 - Installing Browser Dependencies in XPages Applications
Tue, Mar 14th 2017 6:59p Johnny Oldenburger New Way to Learn is a comprehensive program of enablement for IBM Business Partners to get the skills and experience they need to be successful delivering, supporting and designing solutions on IBM's Collaboration Solutions platforms. Last year I participated as an IBM Champion to this great IBM program with a webinar on Bootstrap Plugins in XPages. This year I will return with a session on installing browser dependencies in XPages Applications using Node, Git Source Tree and bower / bower inst
IBM Presents the IBM Notes Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8
Tue, Mar 14th 2017 6:55p Johnny Oldenburger On March 28th a very interesting webinar will be organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8, by Barry Rosen (IBM), Adam Kesner (IBM), Martin Donnelly (IBM) and Brian Gleeson (IBM). The registration for this webinar is not yet available on the T.L.C.C website. Content Webinar Join us as IBM presents the plan for IBM Notes and Domino. This webinar will encompass two sessions presented at IBM Connect 2017! Adam Kesner and Barry
XPages Tip: Hide Elements from Printing on an XPage using CSS
Tue, Mar 14th 2017 6:37p Johnny Oldenburger For an XPages project I was asked whether it was possible to print only the viewPanel on an XPage and not all other elements such as an iframe and a widgetContainer by making use of a print button with a simple window.print() function. A good practice in this case is to use a style sheet specifically for printing and and set it's media attribute to print. Using the CSS @media rule it is very easy to initially add a class 'no-print' with display:none !important. This class can then be used
IBM Notes Tip: Export Data to Excel (CSV) using LotusScript Agents
Mon, Mar 13th 2017 9:55a Johnny Oldenburger During the past period I received several questions how to export all Notes data corresponding to a specific Notes Form to Excel (CSV) using a LotusScript Agent. In the example below a possible solution to export all data associated with a specific Notes Form to Excel using a LotusScript agent. In the second example a possible solution to export all data from all forms in the Notes database to Excel using a LotusScript agent. For each form a separate Excel file will be created. A. LotusScript A