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LS2J rules!
I know it has limitations and that it has issues but today it worked like a charm. I was asked to write a library in LotusScript to resolve groups and nested groups from Active Directory into an array of users. It had to be cross platform which ruled out ...
12-Feb-2009
20:35:35
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Coupon code for hostjava.net
Looking for Java hosting (e.g. JBoss or Tomcat)? I yes then please let me know via e-mail or Twitter direct message as I have a 25$ coupon for hostjava.net.
11-Feb-2009
13:49:41
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Quick survey: What would it take to get you started with Java in Notes?
Update: Let's focus on Java development for Notes - not necessarily plug-ins but simply what would it take to get started with Java - the programming language as that is the first obstacle. I'm running across quite a lot of people who would like to do ...
09-Feb-2009
12:57:53
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Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners
I'm all for developers learning Java so see "Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners". ...at least make a rule that all background agents are developed in Java. If you never get started on the journey you never reach the destination...
08-Feb-2009
05:16:01
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LotusScript.doc v2 - an update on the progress
Besides working way too much I have spent a good part of my Holidays working on LotusScript.doc version 2 and I'm happy to say that it is very close to completion. I have spent a great deal of time finalizing the logging framework and building the ...
05-Jan-2009
07:53:17
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LotusScript.doc v2 - required Java heap changes
Strong: Just to clarify - LotusScript.doc v2 isn't out yet. It is out in a very, very limited prebeta 1 (one person besides me) in preparation for a more general beta process hopefully in the very near future. See this post for a clarification on the ...
05-Jan-2009
07:53:04
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LotusScript.doc v2 - java.policy changes required
Strong: Just to clarify - LotusScript.doc v2 isn't out yet. It is out in a very, very limited prebeta 1 (one person besides me) in preparation for a more general beta process hopefully in the very near future. See this post for a clarification on the ...
04-Jan-2009
17:51:30
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I'm trying to create script libraries using DXL - possible?
I have spent a little time this weekend trying to create Java script libraries (that is script libraries with Java code and not "JavaScript" libraries) from scratch using DXL. Exporting the DXL of a script library with a jar-file imported into it yields ...
03-Jan-2009
15:02:51
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JarPlug Eclipse plug-in
The extensible nature of Eclipse is simply amazing. I needed a way to look inside a jar-file which is isn't on the build path in Eclipse which isn't "natively" possible with Eclipse. What did I do? I did a quick Google search and 5 minutes later I had ...
02-Jan-2009
15:33:30
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Installing Lotus Expeditor Toolkit 6.2 - there's an issue with the instructions
In preparation for my Lotusphere session I installed Lotus Expeditor toolkit 6.2 on top of a clean Eclipse 3.4 install in order to test it out. One of the things I noticed was that there is an error in the install guidelines - not critical but if you're ...
31-Dec-2008
10:19:42
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Scala links
Dan Sickles sent me a couple of Scala links after I tweeted that I was playing with Scala over the holidays. Thank you for those. I put them here if others are interested. Ruminations of a Programmer Scala book Scala XML resource
29-Dec-2008
15:24:36
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Lotusphere 2009: Preferences in SWT components
On the demos I have done for my Lotusphere 2009 session is a demo on how to use the extension point to extend the preferences dialog box (File/Preferences......
29-Dec-2008
11:40:48
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RESTlets in Jersey
REST services are very in so you might want to read this article (Configuring JSON for RESTful Web Services in Jersey 1.0) on how to use the Jersey REST framework. RESTlets is another Java API trying to standardize how to develop REST services using ...
28-Dec-2008
18:32:28
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Looking into Scala
I'm spending a little time this Christmas holiday looking into Scala which is a functional programming language that runs on the JVM. I'm off to a good start with the excellent The Busy Java devlopers Guide to Scala on developerWorks by Ted Neward. ...
26-Dec-2008
18:28:00
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rcp.install.id and rcp.base for Notes 8.5 codedrop 12
rcp.install.id=12255...
01-Nov-2008
13:06:00
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Bob Balfe: Problems enabling the Application/Install menu in Notes 8.5 beta
A big part of installing plugins in the Notes 8.x / Expeditor client is getting the File/Application/Ins...
17-Oct-2008
07:56:23
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Doing Java in Notes? - make sure you know about JavaCompilerTarget
I blogged about the JavaCompilerTarget back in August last year when Notes 8 came out as you needed it to enable Java 5 in Domino Designer. Last week some nice new info on this notes.ini setting came my way in the Design Partner forum for Domino NEXT. If ...
16-Oct-2008
14:25:53
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XPD - where do you live?
Disclaimer: I'm trying to get some info from IBM on this subject so please check back as I will update this post as more info becomes available... Again this is one of those posts that will annoy the heck out of European developers... ...
11-Sep-2008
11:13:47
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Easy access to Lotus Connections Profiles translation files (21 August 2008)
This weeks SnTT post is about Lotus Connections and how to more easily get access to and change the translation files for the UI of the Profiles feature. Configuring which pieces of information are surfaced in the Profiles feature is pretty easy and ...
21-Aug-2008
12:28:23
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TwitNotes - proxy support in v. 1.0.5
So TwitNotes has been out for a while now and I have been discussing various aspects of the application with users. One of the issues that come up time and time again is proxy support. The proxies supported by TwitNotes v. 1.0.5 are the proxies supported ...
12-Aug-2008
08:54:57

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