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Notes designer crashes after resolving conflicts in source control
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Quick Tip – passing parameters when using XP:openPage
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Displaying Markdown in an XPage using the showdown.js library
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Amazon Workplaces – great for temporary machines
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Notes designer crashes after resolving conflicts in source control
Fri, Aug 18th 2017 9:48a   Sean Cull
If you find that your Notes Designer crashes when you try and open an NSF that has recently had conflicts resolved in source control it may be that a view has had the conflict resolution markup added. This causes a DXL error and crashes designer. Remove the view from the On Disk Project and re-synchronise … Continue reading "Notes designer crashes after resolving conflicts in source control" The post Notes designer crashes after resolving conflicts in source control appeared first on
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Quick Tip – passing parameters when using XP:openPage
Wed, Aug 16th 2017 8:39p   Sean Cull
Just a very quick tip. If you are using the XPages simple action and you need to pass a parameter via the URL then you can do this. You will need to add it via the source as designer doesn’t support it via the properties. <xp:openPage name="/xp_f_mod.xsp" <xp:this.parameters> <xp:parameter name="isRFM" value="Yes"> </xp:parameter> </xp:this.parameters> </xp:openPage> Gleaned … Continue reading "Quick Tip – passing parameters
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Displaying Markdown in an XPage using the showdown.js library
Sat, Dec 10th 2016 5:05p   Sean Cull
I wanted to move to a text based changelog in our applications rather than a Notes form or even an XPage.The idea was that it would help make it easier to deal with merge conflicts in source control. I eventually settled on using Markdown as I couldn’t get the formatting that I wanted with ascii. This live demo shows how to display the markdown from a file resource on an XPage using the showdown.js library. It is available here as a demo database and on OpenNTF as a snippet. It was a bi
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Amazon Workplaces – great for temporary machines
Sun, Oct 16th 2016 3:18p   Sean Cull
Juts a quick post to mention Amazon workspaces. We have been migrating 20 years of Notes data to a new XPages application and needed to PDF over 200k documents in the process. To do this we needed to run several Notes clients continuously for several weeks to create the PDFs. We started by using Azure VMs and Windows Server 2008 images but these were expensive and seemed to lack grunt. We then started to use Amazon Workspaces and these were more affordable and seemed to run better. We are usin




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