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XPages on IBM Bluemix - working with wrong ID file
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This is an easy one, but I still think it is worth mentioning all the different findings about a new technology like IBM Bluemix. During my tests with XPages on IBM Bluemix, I once made a little mistake. I forgot to switch to the IBM Bluemix ID file before I started modifying the design of the Bluemix app. Obviously this is easily possible within Domino Designer. I was also able to deploy my

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Quick tip: moving an Eclipse project to another folder
Fri, Feb 17th 2017 7:47a   Michael Ruhnau
I am restructuring some projects on my local machine. Usually I don't want to touch a running project but since I have the opportunity to use an internal Bitbucket server now at my workplace I also want to have all my local project source files on one location. So this is how I moved the project source files to another location on my local machine: Open Eclipse and go to the Package Explorer
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Thu, Feb 16th 2017 12:47p   Michael Ruhnau
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