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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: The story on recycle()
When using the Java objects for Notes/Domino you should know why the recycle() method is there. However for small agents it's probably not even necessary to call the method. This post will explain the presence of the recycle() method and when to use it.
09-Apr-2006
09:48:51
182
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Stack, heap and references
When programming in Java it is essential that you know the difference between an object and a reference to an object and that you distinguish between what's on the heap and what's on the stack. Let me explain the difference.
08-Apr-2006
08:58:51
183
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Tricks in the Java Debug Console
The Java Debug Console is your friend - especially if you know which buttons to push...
07-Apr-2006
14:50:02
184
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Creating your own packages
The main purpose for creating your own packages is to create a namespace for your classes to avoid classname collisions, which can be very useful when dwelving deeper into Java development. This post shows you how.
07-Apr-2006
07:01:01
185
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Dynamic class loading
Dynamic class loading in Java is a real powerful concept and can be used to write very flexible and easily configurable Java agents/classes. This post will hopefully explain the subject.
06-Apr-2006
06:35:15
186
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: More in depth on classloaders
Classloaders are somewhat of an advanced area in Java development but it can be very handy to know how they work and how to write your own. This post will hopefully shed some light on the subject.
05-Apr-2006
07:24:47
187
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Classloading
When new to Java development you normally encounter a lot of new words in the litterature - one of these words is "classloading". This post will hopefully explain the subject.
04-Apr-2006
07:17:19
188
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Packages
To try and further the adoption of Java in the Notes/Domino community I'm starting a new series of posts on Java development. I'll start with packages and move on from there into handling arrays, classloading, security etc. If you have any specific ...
03-Apr-2006
09:27:30
189
Show 'n Tell Thursday: Setting the Content-type from a Java agent (30 Mar 2006)
This weeks Show 'n Tell Thursday post is neither long, nor complex. It answers a very simple question that I see pop up again and again on LDD on how to set the content-type header from a Java agent. Technorati tags: Show-n-tell Thursday, SnTT
30-Mar-2006
07:05:47
190
Re: Is the lack of Java skills in the Notes/Domino developer community the Achilles' heel of IBM?
Wow! My "Is the lack of Java skills in the Notes/Domino developer community the Achilles' heel of IBM?"-post certainly stirred up some s... in the Domino blogosphere. Being picked up by Ed Brill certainly gave it a lot of exposure. After sitting back for ...
29-Mar-2006
10:48:23
191
Managing external Java dependencies in Domino Designer
When doing Java development in Domino Designer you will often have code dependencies outside the Notes/Domino and Java core API such as a third-party framework. If new to Java development in Notes/Domino it can be a little tricky to find out where to put ...
26-Mar-2006
15:25:18
192
Domingo - a fresh start for the Notes/Domino Java developer community?
Sparked by the recent discussion on Java adoption in the Notes/Domino developer community it was funny to see the announcement on LDD of a Java API called Domingo that wraps the standard Notes/Domino Java API.
24-Mar-2006
13:58:47
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Is the lack of Java skills in the Notes/Domino developer community the Achilles' heel of IBM?
Yesterday Jack Dausman continued his discussion of the challenges facing the Notes/Domino developer with the move to the Eclipse framework (Open Innovation Trumps Monoculture Myopia). Looking at the situation Jacks conclusion is that an Eclipse based ...
21-Mar-2006
22:36:43
194
Helping out a fellow blogger getting the actual bytes of an image resource - a lesson in the intricacies of DXL representation
This is a rather lengthy Friday post for those of you who have tried being haunted by a programming problem you simply couldn't let go. I guess those of you into Java and Notes development will probably appreciate it as well... :-) It all started ...
17-Mar-2006
18:46:12
195
Imported Java agent
I saw a post on Lotus developerWorks asking for help on creating an imported Java agent. Since I have seen this question so many times I finally decided to create an example.
28-Feb-2006
22:05:33
196
Displaytag 1.1 released
For those of you who do Web applications in Java (using JSPs) make sure to look into displaytag. Displaytag is a set of open source tag libraries for displaying tables in all shapes and forms. I use it (Displaytag 1.0) on a number of projects and can ...
15-Feb-2006
07:55:57
197
No need to wait for Bob to open source his Domino Session PoolManager
If you need a Domino Session PoolManager take a look at letting Jakarta Commons Pool handle the actual session pooling. It is the pooling itself which is the hard part to get right. As you know creating, checking and destroying the sessions is, as you ...
08-Feb-2006
21:02:37
198
Beware of those runtime dependencies
A while back I developed a custom Realm for user authentication in Tomcat 4.1.x. While the Realm has been working flawlessly it "suddenly" stopped working.
07-Feb-2006
20:55:57
199
Clarifying the use of SessionFactory
When using a SessionFactory approach make sure to use a filter to close the sessions when the thread is done. If failing to do so you could make Domino refuse to accept new sessions.
02-Feb-2006
02:42:51
200
Transparently handle NotesThreads for web applications using the Domino Java API
When using the Domino Java API from a web application many often resort to using remote/CORBA (lotus.domino.)Sessi...
22-Jan-2006
20:34:30

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