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[C++] – A plain simple sample to write to and read from shared memory
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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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Thu, May 11th 2017 10:39a   Ulrich Krause
We got a call from one of our customers reporting a defect in our midpoints doc.Store sidebar plugin. It worked in Notes 9.0.1FP7 but stopped working after the upgrade to FP8. I was able to reproduce in our development environment. In the error log, we saw the following error message at lotus.domino.local.Session.FindOrCreate(Unknown Source) at lotus.domino.local.Session.FindOrCreate(Unknown Source) at Continue reading →
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Fri, Mar 31st 2017 11:42a   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
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Sun, Sep 11th 2016 7:27a   Ulrich Krause
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