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Show 'n Tell Thursday: The missing link for plugging Notes into you Sametime 7.5 plugin (10 January 2007)
Have you started developing plugins for Sametime 7.5 or are you planning to? If you are, you need to know something about the requirements for using the Notes/Domino Java API in your plugin. This post has some information about this and is an extract of ...
11-Jan-2007
16:14:36
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Just a fun blog post + comments to read for those into Java...
FIND THAT BUG by Cedric...
04-Jan-2007
18:07:58
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Composite thinking
In the issue of the Lotus developerWorks newsletter that I received in my inbox today there is a link to an article on creating applications using the Property Broker of Lotus Expeditor (Creating collaborative components for IBM Lotus Expeditor Property ...
21-Dec-2006
07:48:34
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Is the security of the Notes/Domino Java implementation questionable? (security vulnerability in the Notes/Domino Java API)
During some security research into the Notes/Domino Java API I stumbled upon what I cannot judge to be anything but a major flaw in the Java implementation of Notes/Domino. The flaw allows me to circumvent the restricted/unrestric...
07-Dec-2006
12:14:47
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Writing log messages in Sametime 7.5 plugins
A rather long Friday-post with some information on how one should go about writing log messages while developing and debugging Sametime 7.5 plugins. Some information that for some reason isn't in the Sametime SDK. Oh - and happy 1 December! :-)
01-Dec-2006
12:26:06
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Always Open. Now Free.
Java has been GPL'ed.
13-Nov-2006
21:48:16
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dbgMsg-methods in lotus.domino.AgentBase
Anyone who knows what the dbgMsg-methods in lotus.domino.AgentBa...
13-Nov-2006
14:13:07
128
DB2 Development Workbench
While looking to DB2 v. 9 I stumbled upon DB2 Developer Workbench which is the follow-up to the old suite of Swing based Java DB2 development applications which I must say was due for an overhaul. If DB2 Developer Workbench is the yardstick for future ...
08-Nov-2006
12:57:48
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java.net: Nuances of the Java 5.0 for-each Loop
Nice article on java.net about the subtleties of the enhanced for-loop of Java 5: Nuances of the Java 5.0 for-each Loop. If you do any Java 5 development that doesn't need to be portable to Notes/Domino I highly recommend the article.
08-Nov-2006
09:38:47
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Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7: What are Web services and why are they important?
New web services article by Julian on developerWorks: Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7: What are Web services and why are they important? via Mr. Elgort...
07-Nov-2006
22:34:19
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Looking forward to Java 5+ support in Notes
You don't really appreciate new language features until you have to back-port existing code to not use certain features. I really hope Hannover and Domino Next will have Java 5+ support.
30-Oct-2006
22:06:45
132
StelsCSV v3.0 - a Fast JDBC Driver for CSV/Text Files
Unfortunately it isn't open source and/or free but I can certainly see the uses for a JDBC driver that acts on plain text files. I cannot count the number of times I have written routines for parsing text files during migration projects. Could this be ...
06-Oct-2006
14:18:23
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Test case coverage reports using Cobertura
Looking for a code coverage tool for your test driven development but don't want to shell out the money for Clover? Check out Cobertura. I found it while perusing the list of fixed bugs for Jakarta Commons Lang 2.2 - if a project like Jakarta Commons ...
05-Oct-2006
15:28:24
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Domiclipse
I know I'm quite late to the party but I finally got around to downloading and installing Domiclipse in Eclipse due to Bens post and I must say that it is very nice! There was a little caveat in the the installation via the Update Site in that I had to ...
04-Oct-2006
08:42:47
135
Just say no to XML?
Just say no to XML? @ Java O'Reilly.
03-Oct-2006
15:41:05
136
C# for the Java developer
Will probably have to do some coding in C# one of these days so I'd better start reading up. Found an article via Google which looks like a promising no-nonsence way to start: A COMPARISON OF MICROSOFT'S C# PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE TO SUN MICROSYSTEMS' JAVA ...
03-Oct-2006
15:33:25
137
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: NotesException
Just a short post about lotus.domino.NotesEx...
15-Sep-2006
07:47:53
138
Patch to Pebble 2.0-RC2 submitted
I have submitted a patch to Pebble (the blogging software I run) to make it possible to handle additional filetypes using the core Pebble 2.0 framework since I'm building an application on top of the framework. How I love open source!
05-Sep-2006
07:58:34
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Do you weigh in at Flyweight? (24 August 2006)
For this installment of SnTT I'm going to discuss a design pattern called Flyweight which may be applied to many a programming scenarios where you are handling many objects at once. Technorati tags: Show-n-tell Thursday, SnTT
24-Aug-2006
07:49:30
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Securing an IBM Lotus Domino Web Server: A case study
Via the "developerWorks : Lotus : Technical library - Articles" RSS feed: Securing an IBM Lotus Domino Web Server: A case study
15-Aug-2006
18:37:57

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