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[Vaadin] – widgetsets ‘com.vaadin.defaultwidgetset’ does not contain implementation for com.vaadin.addon.charts
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[Vaadin] – Create a simple twin column modal multi-select dialog
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Latest Windows 10 update completely wrecked my dev environment
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Telekom, O-Zwei und ich
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install git on SLES 11 SP 3
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[Vaadin] – widgetsets ‘com.vaadin.defaultwidgetset’ does not contain implementation for com.vaadin.addon.charts
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[CMake] How to turn off incremental linking
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Build Windows executables on Linux
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[Vaadin] – Create a simple twin column modal multi-select dialog
Sat, Jan 30th 2016 4:29a   Ulrich Krause
Vaadin is an open source Web application framework for rich Internet applications. In contrast to JavaScript libraries and browser-plugin based solutions, it features a server-side architecture, which means that the majority of the logic runs on the servers. Ajax technology is used at the browser-side to ensure a rich and interactive user experience. On the Continue reading →
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Latest Windows 10 update completely wrecked my dev environment
Tue, Jan 5th 2016 3:00a   Ulrich Krause
I am doing dev with Visual Studio and other tools and programs on a Windows 10 VM. Today, I decided to check for updates and install them, because I had not done any update for the past 2 month. In general, these updates do not d any harm to the installed system, but today was different. Continue reading →
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Telekom, O-Zwei und ich
Wed, Dec 2nd 2015 12:16p   Ulrich Krause
Welchen Kleinkrieg die unterschiedlichen Telefonanbieter in Deutschland untereinander auch immer ausfechten; der Kunde ist der Leidtragende. Am Freitag kam endlich der Telekomiker. Gut 3 Wochen nach Beauftragung eines O2 DSL Anschlusses. Wenn ich gewusst hätte, wie das ended, ich hätte ihm keinen Kaffee angeboten. Nach gut 20 Minuten ist er unverrichteter Dinge wieder abgedackelt. Nö, da kann er nichts Continue reading →
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[Vaadin] – widgetsets ‘com.vaadin.defaultwidgetset’ does not contain implementation for com.vaadin.addon.charts
Sun, Nov 15th 2015 2:12a   Ulrich Krause
While working on the IBM Vaadin Challenge, I ran into an issue after adding the charts component to may new project. I implemented the charts components by adding the the following line to my ivy.xml file <dependency org="com.vaadin.addon" name="vaadin-charts" Continue reading →
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Build Windows executables on Linux
Fri, Oct 23rd 2015 3:34a   Ulrich Krause
If you have to build a binary ( .exe, .dll, … ) from source code for LINUX and WINDOWS, you need at least one build environment for each operating system. In today’s world, this is not a big deal, because we can have as many virtual machines as we want thanks to VMWARE ( or VirtualBox Continue reading →
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[C++] – A plain simple sample to write to and read from shared memory
Tue, Sep 15th 2015 3:52a   Ulrich Krause
If you have two programs ( or two threads ) running on the same computer, you might need a mechanism to share information amongst both programs or transfer values from one program to the other. One of the possible solutions is “shared memory”. Most of us know shared memory only from server crashes and the like. Here Continue reading →
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[How To] – Create your own IBM Notes Splash Screen
Sat, Sep 12th 2015 2:47a   Ulrich Krause
Inspired from Thomas Bahn’s post, I started to play with the IBM Notes Start Screen. My first “creation” was “YellowVerse 9“. This technote describes what you need to replace the original start screen with your own creation. It is important, that you save your image as Windows BMP. This is the only format that the IBM Notes client Continue reading →
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VMWare Workstation – Unable to open kernel device “.Globalvmx86” : The system cannot find the file specified
Thu, Sep 10th 2015 4:16a   Ulrich Krause
I recently upgraded my VMWare Workstation from Version 10 to 12. The software is running on Windows 10/64. I never had any issues with VMWare Workstation 10 on Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. But after the upgrade, almost after every restart I saw the following error message when I tried to start a VM There are several Continue reading →
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Speaking at SNoUG
Fri, Sep 4th 2015 3:57a   Ulrich Krause
After 2013 & 2014, I again have the honor to speak at SNouG ( Swiss Notes User Group ) in Zurich on 28-Oct-2015 My session is titled “Honey, I shrunk the data!”. This session has been held a couple of times before at various user groups, but it seems that there still is a strong interest Continue reading →
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MWLUG2015 – Session Slides And Sample Application
Sun, Aug 23rd 2015 3:25a   Ulrich Krause
MWLUG 2015 in Atlanta was a blast. Thanks to all, who have organized the event. Also a big thank you to all, who attended my session. Here is the presentation and the sample database & XML data DOWNLOAD  
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More Magic For TeamCity Build Automation
Wed, Aug 12th 2015 2:43a   Ulrich Krause
I recently added a great plugin to my TeamCity configuration that makes the deployment of new releases simple. The plugin adds some new deployers to the TeamCity server. I am using the FTP Deployer. The deploy-64 build step opens a connection to my FTP server and uploads files that have been built. In additional steps, I create the Continue reading →
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Building a commandline interface with boost::program_options
Sun, Jul 26th 2015 3:08a   Ulrich Krause
My ONTF project “DomBackUp” can be configured and run via the command-line without having the configuration database installed on the Domino server. DomBackUp is a fork of nKBackup by Tom Lyne et al. I found the command-line interface code a bit hard to maintain when it comes to enhancements. So I was looking for an alternative way Continue reading →
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Building ONTF DomBackUp with TeamCity
Sun, Jul 26th 2015 2:00a   Ulrich Krause
Building binaries for multiple platforms from source is time consuming. For my ONTF project “DomBackUp” I have to build binaries for AIX (not sure, if I can support AIX in future builds ) , LINUX and Windows, both on 32Bit and 64Bit. Aside from Atlassian JIRA and STASH, a couple of virtual machines are involved. I Continue reading →
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[CMake] How to turn off incremental linking
Fri, Jul 17th 2015 4:47a   Ulrich Krause
I recently had to build a static library using CMake. In the current CMake version, apparently something has changed in the linker settings. The build always ended with an error: LINK : fatal error LNK1123: failure during conversion to COFF: file invalid or corrupt [D:.GITlibarchive-3.1.2vc10.32CMakeFilesCMakeTmpcmTC_bbd0c.vcxproj] Looking at the linker settings, I found that CMake seems to enable incremental linking Continue reading →
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Code Quest
Thu, Jul 16th 2015 2:37a   Ulrich Krause
A couple of days ago, I had to investigate on an issue in a rather old template. The template had been delivered to a customer ages ago. After downloading the template from the repository ( no, not from a GIT or SVN repository ) and after Domino Designer had opened the template, I saw a Continue reading →
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TeamCity Start/Stop Script for Linux
Thu, Jun 11th 2015 1:13p   Ulrich Krause
I am using Teamcity on Ubuntu 14.04. Here is a simple script to start / stop TeamCity server. #!/bin/sh # /etc/init.d/teamcity – startup script for teamcity export TEAMCITY_DATA_PATH=”/home/teamcity/.BuildServer” export TEAMCITY_SERVER_OPTS=-Djava.awt.headless=true # Configure TeamCity for use on a headless OS. case $1 in start) start-stop-daemon –start -c teamcity –exec /home/teamcity/TeamCity/bin/runAll.sh start ;; stop) Continue reading →
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install git on SLES 11 SP 3
Sat, Jun 6th 2015 8:16a   Ulrich Krause
sudo zypper addrepo http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/tools:/scm/SLE_11_SP3/devel:tools:scm.repo sudo zypper addrepo http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/languages:/perl/SLE_11_SP3/devel:languages:perl.repo   sudo zypper install git-core
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Execute A Program From A C / C++ Program
Fri, May 22nd 2015 12:21p   Ulrich Krause
To start an external program from a C / C++ program, I used the following code. GetStartupInfo( &start_info ); // You must fill in this structure ret = CreateProcess( NULL,  // specify the executable program (LPSTR)buffer,   // the command line arguments NULL, NULL, FALSE, NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS | CREATE_NO_WINDOW, NULL, NULL, &start_info, &process_info);   // Successfully created the process.  Wait for it to finish. WaitForSingleObject( proc
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Slides And Sample Application from My Presentation ( ENGAGE & ICS.UG)
Fri, Apr 3rd 2015 8:24a   Ulrich Krause
  The presentation and sample can be downloaded here
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A smallish problem installing JVMPatch_SR16FP3_W64_901.3_Server
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 5:20a   Ulrich Krause
I recently ran into an issue, where my Java SQL and LDAP connectors stopped working after applying FP3 to Domino 9.0.1 / 64Bit. Thanks to the help of the community, I was pointed to an already existing fix for this issue. IBM had released an JVM patch . I downloaded the patch and tried to install Continue reading →
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A quick tipp for using the ONTF Dependency Documenter
Thu, Feb 12th 2015 1:20p   Ulrich Krause
A quick tipp for using the ONTF Dependency Documenter from Andrew Magerman. If you have a lot of libraries in your database, the resulting image might be too large to fit into the page and the result seems to be truncated. I have talked too Andrew already, and it seems that there is some kind of limitation Continue reading →




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