203 Lotus blogs updated hourly. Who will post next? Home | Blogs | Search | About 
 
Latest 7 Posts
IBM Connect with PSC and LDC
Mon, Feb 13th 2017 3
(Not So) Super Secret Discount Code for IBM Connect 2017
Thu, Jan 19th 2017 3
What’s Plasti Dip And How Did You Do That?
Wed, Dec 7th 2016 5
I Got a New Ride
Fri, Nov 18th 2016 6
Getting the Correct Syntax for JavaScript in XPages
Wed, Oct 5th 2016 3
Back to Running
Fri, Sep 23rd 2016 2
Recent Adjustments to 6 Years Cable Free
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 7
Top 10
Too Many Design Elements – Or Things I Forgot I Knew
Fri, Feb 19th 2016 8
Recent Adjustments to 6 Years Cable Free
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 7
I Got a New Ride
Fri, Nov 18th 2016 6
Review: Mobile Design Pattern Gallery – UI Patterns for Mobile Applications – OReilly Publishing
Wed, Mar 19th 2014 5
IBM Champion Nominations are Open!
Tue, Sep 2nd 2014 5
I Made Ribs So Good I Had To Blog About Them
Thu, Jun 11th 2015 5
Speaking at MWLUG 2016!
Mon, Jun 27th 2016 5
What the World Needs Now
Wed, Jul 6th 2016 5
How Staying in a Hotel Teaches Empathy
Fri, Jul 8th 2016 5
Some Experiments in Running and Technology
Sun, Sep 18th 2016 5


Too Many Design Elements – Or Things I Forgot I Knew
Twitter Google+ Facebook LinkedIn Addthis Email Gmail Flipboard Reddit Tumblr WhatsApp StumbleUpon Yammer Evernote Delicious
Kathy Brown    

My co-worker, Marky tells me I already knew this and that I told him this when he made the same mistake, but I forgot, or never knew, or something.  So I’m blogging it.  Next time when I google it, I’ll find this post and laugh at myself.  Or maybe I’ll remember.  In any case…

Don’t add all of Sencha ExtJS’s download file to your XPages application.  It’s too many design elements.  As I discovered (again?) the other night.

Screen Shot 2016-02-19 at 4.23.14 PM

 

 

 

 

“Insufficient memory – too many design elements (Desk Design Pool).” is the error you’ll get, and then you can’t open the application anymore in Designer.  Sadly, you may not get this right away.  Hypothetically, you maybe added all the files, worked with them, did some stuff, wrote some awesome code, and then closed Designer, and THEN you weren’t able to open it.  Hypothetically.  So be warned, if you’re adding a plugin with a lot of design elements (and by a lot, I mean thousands), maybe you’ll want to add them folder by folder.

To “fix” it you can copy the application, open the copy, and immediately delete stuff.  This won’t help your original, but at least you can get at your awesome code that you hypothetically wrote.

Incidentally, it would be a terrible idea to include the entire Sencha ExtJS download anyway because you don’t need it all and it would bloat your application for no good reason.  I guess Designer is just helping you realize that it’s a bad idea.  Thanks, Designer!



---------------------
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/RunningNotes/~3/hBTazMgw1S4/
Feb 19, 2016
9 hits



Recent Blog Posts
3
IBM Connect with PSC and LDC
Mon, Feb 13th 2017 7:23p   Kathy Brown
IBM Connect 2017 is just a week away.  I’ll be there and look forward to learning new stuff and meeting new people.  In addition to attending sessions and networking events, John Head and I will available to meet with YOU to discuss your collaboration roadmap.  And thanks to our partnership with LDC, we will also be the onsite representatives for LDC Via. If you’d like to meet with us, then go check out what we’re offering and sign up here, connect17.psclistens.com!
3
(Not So) Super Secret Discount Code for IBM Connect 2017
Thu, Jan 19th 2017 3:50p   Kathy Brown
Okay, it’s a secret in that I’m not blogging it, but it’s not so secret, in that all you have to do is reach out to me ( @IamKathyBrown on most social media ) or any other IBM Champion of your choice, for a $100 discount to attend IBM Connect 2017. If you read this in time, you can also listen to the ICS Community call this morning at 10AM ET (link), where they will discuss “What To Expect at IBM Connect”.  If you miss it, they usually record it.
5
What’s Plasti Dip And How Did You Do That?
Wed, Dec 7th 2016 9:15p   Kathy Brown
I recently plasti-dipped my side mirror caps on my new MINI.  I posted pics in various places online and several people asked “What’s Plasti Dip?” So, PlastiDip is “an air-dry rubber coating”.  Originally used to cover tool handles by dipping them in the substance.  Then people started dipping their car tire rims, then other parts of the car.  PlastiDip now comes in cans, so you can spray it on almost anything.  Why is it so great?  Because it peels off.  Dec




Created and Maintained by Yancy Lent - About - Planet Lotus Blog - Advertising - Mobile Edition