Tue, Oct 22nd 2013 8:09a RedTurtle Technology As we all know, the advent of Web 2.0 has introduced many advantages, which of course I'll not mention, such as the ability to make asynchronous calls on a page.
This library is right for us.
pace.js automatically monitors ajax requests, event loop lag, document ready state (onDOMReady event), an [read] Keywords: xpages ajax
How to control the web layout of radio buttons in Lotus Domino form
Fri, Aug 2nd 2013 6:18a RedTurtle Technology I come to work every day with Lotus Domino Web applications, often in the "old way" (i.e. without the use of XPages). Although the tools provided are versatile and powerful, I came across a layout problem in the use of a radio button. Let's see what I mean.
In a Domino radio button it is possible to specify any number of options to be displayed, but on a limited number of columns (maximum 8).
No matter if the need is to show eight options in eight columns
but what if t [read] Keywords: domino
"Error cleaning up agent threads" - a never ending story
Thu, Apr 12th 2012 6:08a RedTurtle Technology There are thousands of posts on Lotus Domino forum about this problem: "Error cleaning up agent threads".
I ran into a similar problem using a Java agent. I state that this agent has been inherited from another developer ;-) so it was not easy for me to initially understand what the problem could be.
In any case, every time the agent ended, I had the above error to the log.
In truth, none of the posts that I've seen has been helpful, until, by inspecting the code carefully and isolating th [read] Keywords: agent
Problems with charset in 8.5.1 environment
Thu, Jul 21st 2011 6:09a RedTurtle Technology In this scenario, i've experienced some problems with UTF-8 charset in strings. In 6.5 environment everithing works fine.
This is my code in a Java agent:
org.w3c.dom.Document docXML = attachSegnatura.parseXML(false);
XSLTResultTarget out = new XSLTResultTarget();
out.setFileName(path + "SegnaturaRT.xml");
DOMParser parser = new DOMParser();
parser.parse(path + "SegnaturaRT.xml");
org.w3c.dom.Document docRT = ((DOMParser)parser).getDocument(); [read] Keywords: agent