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IBM Traveler 9.0.1.7 available – with support for iOS 9 and Windows 10 Pro
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Compiling Vaadin widgetsets for Domino
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“Gradle Up!” – or I’ll speaking at ICONUK 2015
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IBM Traveler 9.0.1.7 available – with support for iOS 9 and Windows 10 Pro
Wed, Aug 26th 2015 423
Last warning (if you haven’t heard about it) – Apple will enforce ATS on iOS 9 compiled apps
Thu, Aug 27th 2015 356
Compiling Vaadin widgetsets for Domino
Wed, Aug 26th 2015 325
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“Gradle Up!” – or I’ll speaking at ICONUK 2015
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Using remote TLS/SSL systems with untrusted Certification Authorities in IBM Domino 9+
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Update your SSL on servers to support TLS 1.2 BEFORE iOS 9 and OS X 10.11
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Last warning (if you haven’t heard about it) – Apple will enforce ATS on iOS 9 compiled apps
Thu, Aug 27th 2015 12:19p   Rene Winkelmeyer
A few weeks ago I wrote that it is important to support the specs for Apple’s new App Transport Security (ATS). Here is the proof of what will happen. I compiled an app with the iOS 9 SDK and connected it to current IBM Domino 9.0.1 FP4 server (with DEBUG_SSL_ALL=3 activated). As you can see in the output the client has requested an unknown cipher – and with that hasn’t setup the SSL connection. 27.08.2015 17:52:11,89 SSLProcessClientHello> Client requested Unknown Cipher
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IBM Traveler 9.0.1.7 available – with support for iOS 9 and Windows 10 Pro
Wed, Aug 26th 2015 1:13p   Rene Winkelmeyer
IBM has today release the new 9.0.1.7 version of Traveler. The main device and database changes are: Support for Windows 10 Pro running on tablet devices. Support for Apple iOS 9.x running on all Apple devices. Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Enterprise Edition. Here is the full APAR list. APAR # Component Abstract LO85507 Server Meeting notice may remain in Notes Client inbox when deleted on BB10 mobile device. LO85581 Server Folder update may unsubscribe folder from syncing
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Compiling Vaadin widgetsets for Domino
Wed, Aug 26th 2015 1:11a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I a recent Skype chat I had with Paul Withers he pointed out that he had some problems to compile the widgetsets for Vaadin add-ons from Eclipse when developing them for the IBM Domino platform. That reminded me that I stumbled upon that problem a year ago or so. Time to document the solution. 😉 I’ve written and talked in the past that my preferred web framework is nowadays Vaadin. Vaadin uses so called widgets which represent the UI in the browser application which is then tied to so
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“Gradle Up!” – or I’ll speaking at ICONUK 2015
Mon, Aug 10th 2015 4:02a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ll be speaking at ICONUK this year which takes place from September 21 to 22 in London. Gradle Up! As software development projects grow, the need for tooling grows. Where copy & paste of needed libraries or manual project configuration was “ok” in the past it’s nowadays standard to automate these tasks. Especially when you’re stepping into the world of Continous Integration (CI). But getting there sounds easier as it is. This session shows you how to leverage t
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Meetups, usergroups, conferences and YOU are the blood in the body of each technology
Thu, Aug 6th 2015 2:42a   Rene Winkelmeyer
This is a post that I wanted to write for a long time. I’ve never really finished my thoughts, but I think it’s now time to get that out of my head. Let’s start with a very important statement: I won’t write about a specific technology or vendor in here. What I want to say is about technology – and passion – in general. Even if my experience is mainly bound to some specific technology. For the last 16 years I’ve business-wise mainly worked with IBMR
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Update your SSL on servers to support TLS 1.2 BEFORE iOS 9 and OS X 10.11
Tue, Jul 14th 2015 1:00p   Rene Winkelmeyer
I recently learned that there are still people around there who haven’t their servers (Apache, Domino, whatever) updated to support TLS 1.2. If you belong to this group and you’ve iOS devices (or Macs) accessing that server: read and act! Apple is introducing App Transport Security (ATS) with iOS 9 and OS X 10.11. The purpose of ATS is to leverage best practice security data connections. Here is an excerpt for the current pre-release documentation: In addition, your communication t
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Monday is present day – thank you LDC Via, thank you IBM
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 10:25a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Today I received two packets with gifts… First I received a present from the nice guys (thanks Mark, Matt, Julian and Ben) at LDC Via. An external battery with 25,600 mAh. So enough power to survive a full conference. The second packet came via FedEx and contained my IBM Champion swag. Besides the usual lanyard and pin I’ve ordered a messenger bag and a small luggage trolley. And I really like the quality. Thanks Amanda and Oli! All that arrived just in time. I’ll str
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Hiding Domino HTTP authentication in Vaadin applications
Thu, Jun 18th 2015 1:45a   Rene Winkelmeyer
All web based applications that I’m building nowadays are based on Vaadin. If you haven’t heard of this framework I highly recommend to check it out. One of the benefits of Vaadin is that you can run the same application on multiple server platforms. Those platforms are in our case IBM Domino and IBM WebSphere Liberty. Serving different platforms also means to work with different authentication mechanisms. You can use either the “application authentication” or the “
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Using the Websphere Liberty Profile Maven repo with Gradle
Tue, Jun 16th 2015 4:34a   Rene Winkelmeyer
This is obviously not a biggy, so mainly a short reminder for myself. For the current development we’re using the Websphere Liberty Profile (WLP) a lot. Based on our latest efforts of moving everything to Gradle I ran into the situation to setup the WLP repos for that. IBM has described here how to add the WLP libraries to a local repo. As described hereWhen using Maven repositories you may refer to the most current version (if supported) with the LATEST tag. That may not always work well
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Using remote TLS/SSL systems with untrusted Certification Authorities in IBM Domino 9+
Tue, Jun 2nd 2015 2:09a   Rene Winkelmeyer
One of the best kept secrets starting with Domino 9 is how to handle TLS/SSL connections to untrusted 3rd party Certification Authorities. I’m not going into detail what TLS/SSL means. There are thousands of websites explaining it already. The important point for this blog post is that the requesting system needs to trust the Certification Authority (CA) which issued the SSL certificate of the target system. If it doesn’t trust (aka “knows”) the CA it normally will thro




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