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Simple tool to save certificate chain certificates as PEM files
It's been increasingly frustrating to support our OnTime Group Calendar for Microsoft customers with on-prem Exchange as they usually use a self-signed certificate for TLS resulting in Java throwing a fit. Getting the certificate chain using a browser or ...
25-Jul-2016
17:04:04
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Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase
I continuously get questions on how I do Java agent development and I'm happy to answer them as I hope that some of the answers I provide means that more and more Domino developers see Java as a strong alternative to LotusScript for background ...
30-Mar-2016
21:27:07
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Using the IBM Connections API from other languages using custom certificates
I was reading up on some stuff in the IBM Connections REST API during the weekend and came across a post titled Using IBM Connections API in different programming languages on how to use the REST API from other languages than JavaScript from within IBM ...
04-Jun-2012
08:38:36
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Maximizing tabs in DDE (20 October 2011)
It has been a looooooooooooooooong time since I did a SnTT but I found it fitting for this week. The tip is short and very straight forward but will make it easier and more productive for you to work in Domino Designer on Eclipse (DDE). If you are ...
20-Oct-2011
09:24:20
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A TAI code example
To complete my series posts on writing Trust Association Interceptors (TAI's) for Websphere Application Server I wanted to show a real-life example. Not a good example necessarily but an example never the less... :-) The below example is a very simple ...
10-Jun-2011
14:06:58
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New version of the Java UI API Exerciser available from OpenNTF
A new release of the Notes Java UI Exerciser project has been released on OpenNTF (OpenNTF Release: Notes Java UI APIs in 8.5.2) by our friends on the Java UI team at IBM one of whom I'm lucky enough to co-present with at Lotusphere. Check it out!
07-Dec-2010
14:27:22
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The Next Release of Java: Java JDK 7, out mid-2011
News from JavaOne: Mark Reinhold confirmed that "Plan B" is now the plan of record for the next release of Java, with JDK 7 scheduled for mid-2011, with support for other languages on the JVM (InvokeDynamic) and many small improvements (parts of ...
22-Oct-2010
08:47:56
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How to extend Notes 8: New version of the demo application
I just posted an update to the demo application for my Extending Notes 8 series of posts. The demo application is discussed in more detail in my previous post (How to extend Notes 8: LiveText demo application). The issue was that I had a button to create ...
24-Aug-2010
19:51:38
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How to extend Notes 8: LiveText demo application
The day before yesterday I posted the first summary post in my Extending Notes 8 series with a complete end-to-end approach to dynamically adding LiveTex recognizers. As part of that post I uploaded a demo application (plugin) but I didn't add a ...
06-Aug-2010
12:54:23
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How to extend Notes 8: case insensitive LiveText patterns
When you start to do a lot of LiveText recognizers you find yourself wanting to do more advanced stuff with your regular expressions. For instance you might want to do case insensitive patterns or use some of the others regular expression modifiers. This ...
05-Aug-2010
14:11:33
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How to extend Notes 8: dynamic LiveText recognizers using Java
As I briefly described in my last post ("How to extend Notes 8: dynamic extensions using Java") it's possible to create new extensions to Lotus Notes using Java and hence inject functionality into the client dynamically. It's very cool functionality and ...
04-Aug-2010
13:10:51
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How to extend Notes 8: dynamic extensions using Java
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In all of the examples I assume a working knowledge of ...
03-Aug-2010
13:11:23
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How to extend Notes 8: capture group LiveText recognizers with a Java action
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In all of the examples I assume a working knowledge of ...
02-Aug-2010
14:48:39
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How to extend Notes 8: using LiveText with capture groups
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In this post you'll need familiarity with how MyWidgets and ...
30-Jul-2010
14:42:29
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How to extend Notes 8: coupling custom LiveText recognisers to a Java action
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In all of the examples I assume a working knowledge of ...
29-Jul-2010
12:40:57
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How to extend Notes 8: using the other built in LiveText recognisers with Java actions
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In all of the examples I assume a working knowledge of ...
28-Jul-2010
14:28:57
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How to extend Notes 8: coupling LiveText to a Java action
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In all of the examples I assume a working knowledge of ...
27-Jul-2010
13:39:34
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How to extend Notes 8: coupling text selection to Java action
I get so many question on how to extend Notes 8 that I finally decided to create a series of blog posts on how to do it. All the posts in the series may be found under the extending_notes8 tag. In all of the examples I assume a working knowledge of ...
26-Jul-2010
12:23:37
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Actually showing the password prompt when developing Java for Notes
If you're developing console applications in Java that access Notes resources and you're testing them in Eclipse you have experienced the following. You run your application to test it from Eclipse. It accesses a Notes resource and you haven't granted ...
02-Feb-2010
13:41:04
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Developing Java plugins and applications for Notes on 64 bit
I just upgraded my Thinkpad from Windows Vista 32 bit to Windows 7 64 bit and besides being amazed at the speed improvements (thanks to moving of Windows Vista) I needed to think about how I develop Java for Notes in general. When moving to 64 bits there ...
01-Feb-2010
12:56:10

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