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Signed demo plugin on OpenNTF
Today Niklas Heidloff tweeted about a new demo Java extension that have been published on OpenNTF. Besides being a very nice demo example it also has another noticeable difference from all other Java extensions that have been published so far. The ...
11-Nov-2009
10:34:53
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Configure Eclipse 3.4 for Notes 8.5.1
With the eminent release of Notes 8.5.1 it will become important for all you plugin guys and gals to update your configuration to work with Notes 8.5.1. This post will address this. One of the really nice things about this new release is how Lotus ...
30-Sep-2009
12:42:08
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Domino Server Extensions: RunJava or Eclipse Plugins? - PLEASE GO VOTE!!
A little while back I mentioned that Bob Balfe was inquiring about Domino server extensions in Java and whether it was of interest to us as developers (JavaAPI for Servertasks - Documented and Supported). Interesting? Are you kidding me? It would be VERY ...
04-Aug-2009
07:52:00
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Custom plug-in builds in Eclipse
Just had an interesting issue where I needed to make sure my Eclipse plug-in had the latest version of a jar-file I build in another Java project. Normally including a jar-file in a plug-in project is easy enough but when doing that you're normally using ...
01-Jul-2009
23:13:46
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Generating unique id's for Notes widgets
If you write code to automatically generate widget descriptors (aka extension.xml) for users you have to ensure that the widget id is unique. A nice exxample of this can be found here. One caveat is that the widget id is used to distinguish the widgets ...
21-Jun-2009
10:39:40
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Don't install Notes in the default location if doing Notes plug-in development
A little while back I was contacted by a fellow Yellow-head who had some issues with some plug-in development for Notes 8. Unfortunately I wasn't able to help him at the time but when he some head scratching time later found the answer he was kind enough ...
17-Jun-2009
15:07:58
27
By popular demand - scaling images in Java for Lotus Connections
After blogging about how Lotus Connetions teaches you to scale images in Java the other day I was contacted by Lotus Support who really would like to see the code as customers were asking for such code. Mitch also forwarded me a response from Lotus ...
29-Apr-2009
14:23:30
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JavaPosse episode 245 on OSGi
I listened to the JavaPosse podcast episode 245 today during my commute. The podcast was very interesting as it is an interview with Peter Kriens (of aQute) and B.J. Hargrave (of IBM) the two specification leads on OSGi. OSGi off cause being the bundle ...
23-Apr-2009
19:12:53
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Lotus Connections teaches you how to scale images in Java
Lotus Connections is a little bit screwy when it comes to profile pictures IMHO as they are being forced to be square in Profiles (115x115 pixels). In profiles search results however they are scaled to 55 pixel in width and height is automatic... In my ...
16-Apr-2009
18:29:53
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Eclipse match rules
From the Composite Application wiki comes a nice document on Defining feature and match rules. The difference between this an other such documents is that this one actually has some examples to illustrate the difference between Perfect, Equivalent, ...
16-Apr-2009
13:58:00
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Configuring Ubuntu for Notes 8 plugin development (2 April 2009)
This weeks SnTT post is about configuring Eclipse on Ubuntu 8.0.4 for Notes plug-in development. I use Notes 8.5 but it should work equally well for Notes 8.0.x clients. Wan't to develop plug-ins? Well read on and do it on Ubuntu. Notes 8.x runs ...
02-Apr-2009
14:29:16
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On plug-ins, features, update sites and extension.xml files...
I'm receiving quite a few e-mails asking questions about features, plug-ins, update sites and extension.xml files and how they relate so I thought I would try and clarify things. TermDescription Plug-in The smallest unit of code you use to create ...
30-Mar-2009
10:25:48
33
The technique for building a better Notes Java API
This is a followup post to yesterdays post titled Want to join me in building a better Notes Java API? and here I'll show just how easy it was to build the wrapper API. Below is the code from the implementation of the getView(String) method of the ...
12-Mar-2009
12:18:26
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Want to join me in building a better Notes Java API?
One of the things that are the hardest for Notes Java developers transitioning to developing plug-ins for Notes 8 is handling threading. All access to the Notes backend classes must occur on the Notes thread using NotesJob or a thread statically ...
11-Mar-2009
15:20:19
35
Developing plug-ins for Notes 8.0.x, Notes 8.5, Sametime 8.0.x and Sametime 7.5.x
I received an e-mail from Dirk Jebing on my blog post on deploying TwitNotes in Sametime and how I was having deployment problems due to an exception being thrown. This is a long time ago but Dirk now found the solution which actually turned out to be a ...
09-Mar-2009
10:01:33
36
SWT Widget Style Bits
In the Eclipsepedia there is a complete list of all built in widgets and which style bits they take. Enough said!! :-) SWT Widget Style Bits!
06-Mar-2009
14:40:07
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My take on the LotusLive Contacts Sync plug-in and how to install it more easily
I read Chris Tooheys post on the LotusLive contact sync plug-in for Notes 8 (LotusLive Notes Contacts Sync on Lotus Notes 8.5... and why you should care!) with great interest and was very happy to see they didn't choose to make it a sidebar plug-in. ...
06-Mar-2009
08:40:51
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How dynamic are your Notes sidebar plugins?
If you thought that the MyWidgets sidebar plug-in is doing some kind of dark magic to dynamically add sidebar plug-ins then think again. The purpose of my latest exploration into the World of Eclipse was to find out how I could do the same stuff. It ...
27-Feb-2009
12:04:57
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Using EventAdmin for interprocess-communication
One of the tricks to really loosely coupling components in Eclipse is using an event broker to publish events and subscribe to events. You can roll your own which is easy enough (lets face it - it's a listener interface and a list keeping track of ...
25-Feb-2009
07:49:18
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: SWT drag'n'drop in Notes 8.0.x and Notes 8.5 (19 February 2009)
This weeks SnTT post is about adding drag'n'drop of Lotus Sametime buddies in the Notes 8.0.x Standard and Notes 8.5 Standard client in SWT plug-ins. Unfortunately the Sametime API for dragging buddies around changed between Sametime 8.0.0 and Sametime ...
20-Feb-2009
09:58:40

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