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Reuse web agents that use PRINT - Bean edition
Stephan H Wissel    

Using Java in XPages does have performance advantages especially when you can use EL instead of SSJS. So I created the Java version of the reuse web agents post. You need to copy the Java either into your NSF or include it in your own extension library. Calling an agent is limited to the same database as the XPage resides in, I leave it to an exercise for my readers to improve on that.
You define the Java class as a managed bean:
<managed-bean>
    <managed-bean-name>agentHelper</managed-bean-name>
    <managed-bean-class>com.notessensei.xsp.utilities.LsAgentHelper</managed-bean-class>
    <managed-bean-scope>request</managed-bean-scope>
</managed-bean>
and then simply include (e.g. in the value of a computed field) ${agentHelper.agentResult("SampleAgent")} as EL entry. You have to be careful to ensure your agent doesn't run twice. The agent side adjustments (the LotusScript stuff) is the same as for the SSJS version. The Java version is slightly more flexible since it allows String or Stream results and acting on a new or existing document.

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