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Loading an indicator on a partial refresh
Patrick Kwinten    

This post is a mix from Vince post and what is available in Declan’s fileSendr application available on OpenNTF.

So what do you need?

A JS Script Library containing the following code:

dojo.require(‘dijit.Dialog’)
var foo;
function busyBoxON() {
foo = new dijit.DialogUnderlay({dialogId:”waitScreen”,’class’: ‘busyBox’});
foo.show();
}

function busyBoxOFF(){
foo.hide();
}

Some style definitions in a references CSS file:

div.busyBox {
background-image: url(“uploading.gif”);
background-repeat: no-repeat;
background-position: center;
background-color: black;
}

A funky animated gif.

And the following code under your link, button, radiobutton.. whatever:

<xp:eventHandler event=”onclick” submit=”true”refreshMode=”partial” refreshId=”meetingResults”>
<xp:this.script><![CDATA[busyBoxON();]]></xp:this.script>
<xp:this.onComplete><![CDATA[busyBoxOFF();]]></xp:this.onComplete>
</xp:eventHandler>

 

 




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Dec 20, 2010
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Mon, Apr 7th 2014 7:45a   Patrick Kwinten
I have started at a new company and they didn’t have an XIC (XPages Information Center) so my XPages Knowledge db needed to be installed (a regular Notes db for quickly copying & pasting rich text, snippets, storing sample applications, multiple media files). The database is a couple of years old so it needed some updates. One was to hide a “files section” from printing in case there are no files attached. I noticed embedded images start with an “ST” naming in [read] Keywords: notes rich text xpages applications database linkedin
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Tue, Feb 25th 2014 4:22a   Patrick Kwinten
Funny, but a motive when moving to Sweden was to combine work with a bit of holiday. Recently I signed up for the Engage event and will do it the other way around in the Netherlands: combine holiday with a bit of work. I am looking forward to the event because of it’s great line-up. I am curious how the ‘collaboration market’ nowadays looks like in the Netherlands and Belgium and what the opportunities are. [read] Keywords: collaboration
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Mon, Feb 17th 2014 8:02a   Patrick Kwinten
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Sat, Jan 25th 2014 3:02a   Patrick Kwinten
With IBMConnect about to start I updated my collection of blog posts about the XPages technology. I started collecting in 2009, directly after Lotusphere where it was one of the highlights at the show. I remember that the blogosphere exploded after/during Declan Sciolla-Lynch‘s tutorial. The earliest post about XPages I have collected is  HND 102: IBM Lotus Domino Designer in Eclipse: Create and Work with XPages Hands On (January 2008). The latest post that I added yesterday is ‘ [read] Keywords: domino ibm lotus lotusphere xpages eclipse wiki
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Use SourceTree for better XPages Source Control (some sort of transcript)
Thu, Jan 16th 2014 3:02a   Patrick Kwinten
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Tech sessions as IBM Connect 2014 (aka Where’s the meat?)
Tue, Dec 10th 2013 3:03a   Patrick Kwinten
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Updated eCard app on OpenNTF
Mon, Dec 9th 2013 2:22p   Patrick Kwinten
I received some comments on the eCard app on OpenNTF: A overlooked the middle fingers suggestion a Santa makes on the default image (dumb dumb). I never tested in IE (out of scope). Now these 2 items have been fixed: http://www.openntf.org/internal/home.nsf/project.xsp?action=openDocument&name=eCard Happy Holidays! [read] Keywords: openntf
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eCard XPages app – Time for your seasonal greetings !
Wed, Dec 4th 2013 3:06a   Patrick Kwinten
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