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Eclipse Tip: Using an Built-In Variable to Customize a Linked File Location in the Build Path
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 4
Thoughts on my XPages Experience
Fri, Sep 16th 2016 6
New Directions
Mon, Jun 27th 2016 4
A Java Agent Which Extracts a File Attachment to the D: Drive of the Server
Fri, Mar 25th 2016 3
Thoughts on IBM Connect 2016
Sat, Feb 6th 2016 5
Looking Forward to IBM Connect 2016
Wed, Jan 20th 2016 3
Limiting Keyboard Input in XPages
Tue, Nov 17th 2015 6
Top 10
My First Experience Using the JSON-RPC Service.
Thu, Oct 9th 2014 8
Using an EXTJS RowExpander in XPages
Mon, Feb 10th 2014 7
Using DB2 in XPages Part 6: Populating a Combobox dropdown with relational data
Sun, May 10th 2015 7
Opening Documents when Using a Dojo TreeGrid
Thu, Mar 20th 2014 6
Using DB2 in XPages Part 9: Access DB2 from a Java Agent
Mon, Jul 27th 2015 6
Limiting Keyboard Input in XPages
Tue, Nov 17th 2015 6
Thoughts on my XPages Experience
Fri, Sep 16th 2016 6
Angular JS - Another Tool in your XPages Toolbox - Part 2
Wed, May 21st 2014 5
Using DB2 in XPages Part 5: Creating a Simple SELECT Query to Populate a Page
Fri, May 1st 2015 5
Sorting a Java ArrayList of SelectItem Objects
Mon, Sep 21st 2015 5


Steve Zavocki
Blog Title Notes Speak
Blog Description To share the occasional insight relating to Xpages programming in IBM Notes and Domino.
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Eclipse Tip: Using an Built-In Variable to Customize a Linked File Location in the Build Path
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 10:05p   Steve Zavocki
Today, we came across this issue and I thought I would share this information since we couldn’t find much out on the net about this subject. Warning: This is a very narrow use case. Author Note: This post is my first java-centric blog since I have moved on from my Domino/XPages role. I hope to blog more about java related topics in the coming months, thanks to those who encouraged me to continue blogging. I have several ideas in the pipeline. Background: My Tech Lead and I are creating three
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Thoughts on my XPages Experience
Fri, Sep 16th 2016 12:52p   Steve Zavocki
It is painfully obvious that XPages is on its way out as a technology solution. Although I will always have a fondness for XPages, its time of relevancy was much shorter than I ever expected.As someone who dived head first into XPages, I have no regrets learning the technology. What learning XPages taught me was invaluable for moving forward in the world of software development. For me personally I am currently immersed in the java world. Right now, I am only working on back end services, but




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