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ONTF DomBackup 1.0.0.5 released
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DAOS – Find a note for a missing NLO file
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Ulrich Krause
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Fun with IBM Traveler and Java
Sun, Feb 5th 2017 9:57a   Ulrich Krause
Today I stumbled upon a very strange behaviour of some Java code, and I do not have any clue about the why. I am parsing the response (text) file from the “tell traveler show user” command. The response file is written to the system temp directory and contains all information that you would also see when you Continue reading →
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Verse on premises – first impression
Sat, Dec 31st 2016 6:07a   Ulrich Krause
IBM promised to deliver Verse On Premises ( VoP ) on 30-DEC-2016. And they did. I tried to download it; all I got was 24 hours later, the download worked. The “installation” is a mixture of click and install and copy files from here to there. I expected something like IBM Notes Traveler installer. I had VoP installed as Continue reading →
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IBM Notes and Domino V9.0.1 extends support and enhances its collaboration toolset with social capabilities from IBM Connections V5.5
Tue, Sep 13th 2016 3:03a   Ulrich Krause
read this for detailled information
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Domino JNA vs. IBM Domino Java API
Sun, Sep 11th 2016 7:27a   Ulrich Krause
Today, I finally found the time to take a closer look into the Domino JNA project. The project has been created by Karsten Lehmann, mindoo. The goal of the project is to provide low level API methods that can be used in Java to speed-up the retrival of data; especially, if you have to deal with Continue reading →
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ONTF DomBackup 1.0.0.5 released
Fri, Apr 29th 2016 11:27a   Ulrich Krause
I have uploaded a new version of ONTF DomBackup. Version 1.0.0.5 contains updated binaries for Windows 32/64 Bit. It adresses an issue that leads to data losses when compressing files larger 2GB. The issue is described here. The issue is Windows related only! The fixed version uses 7Zip as an external compression tool.  
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DAOS – Find a note for a missing NLO file
Tue, Mar 8th 2016 11:35a   Ulrich Krause
Today, I saw the following message on my Domino console [0E88:005A-0FF4] 08.03.2016 17:19:01   The database d:Dominodatamailukrause.nsf was unable to open or read the file d:DAOS00297FC43BEED143800A6608E557BE888498DB9BC5100015B7C.nlo: File truncated – file may have been damaged If you see such a message in your production environment, you should immediately find out what causes the damage? which note does the .nlo belong Continue reading →
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Windows Fixpack Update Idiocy
Sun, Feb 28th 2016 3:12a   Ulrich Krause
Today I decided to install some recommended and optional fixes on my “productive” Windows 2008 R2 /64 Server. In general, this has been a straight-forward task in the past. Select all fixes and click Install. Grab a new cup of coffee, restart the machine after upgrade and carry on with daily business. As always, I looked for Continue reading →




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