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XInclude
As previously mentioned I'm using external entities at present to redue the amount of dublicate data when sharing data among XML documents. A better choice than entities would be to use XInclude though it lacks browser support... :-(
09-Jun-2006
10:07:21
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What's new in Eclipse 3.2
Nice combined overview of what's new in the upcoming release 3.2 of the Eclipse IDE at The EclipseZone.
29-May-2006
19:16:51
163
Notes/Domino 6 and 7 Forum: Java Thread Synchronization in HTTP JVM
Saw a very interesting post on Java thread synchronization in the Notes/Domino 6 and 7 Forum over at Lotus developerWorks. I see that Julian already posted a reply but he also admits he's not exactly a subject matter expert. Anyone else who has some ...
24-May-2006
09:18:19
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The word is spreading - Hannover mentioned at EclipseZone
"The next release of Notes, codenamed Hannover, will begin beta testing this fall with a set of office productivity tools that support the industry-standard OpenDocument Format (ODF), Lotus announced this week at a user group conference in Germany." ...
18-May-2006
08:08:30
165
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Visibility modifiers
When programming in Java you need to know the difference between the different visibility modifiers controlling access and visibility of member variables and methods.
14-May-2006
12:00:14
166
I guess that's what you call adoption...
"Ian Skerrett has put together quite a comprehensive list of languages supported by Eclipse and the associated plugins. In addition to that he asks anyone that notices a discrepancy in his list to pipe up and add it. I was baffled by the size of this ...
11-May-2006
18:33:26
167
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Testing for equality
A big fustration when going from LotusScript to Java is the, seemingly simple, problem of comparing strings. I have been contacted by many that cannot understand why the == operator doesn't yield the result they expect. This post will tell you why...
11-May-2006
15:19:17
168
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Operators
An post on the most commonly used operators in Java (==, !=, &&, ||, ++, --, +=, -=).
09-May-2006
07:54:15
169
Rounding to .0 or .5
Have you ever needed to round a number to .0 or .5? At least Breaking Par has...
01-May-2006
12:52:17
170
Talk about putting your money where your mouth is...
"IBM announced a new Eclipse innovation award program, under which the company will reward Eclipse innovators with US$10,000 to $30,000 for cool new projects. IBM also announced the availability of its new instant help plug-in system. The system is built ...
28-Apr-2006
17:05:36
171
Gana On The Net (a fellow Notes/Domino Java blogger)
As a followup of my recent posts on Java in Notes/Domino I would like to highlight a fellow blogger: Ganapathiram Natarajan. Gana and I have been commenting/e-mailing a bit back and forth recently and I really think he would be a valuable addition to ...
28-Apr-2006
07:57:33
172
Ben Poole on String lengths in Java
"Put bluntly, thereís a right way and a wrong way to extract the complete content of a field full of text in excess of 32KB - 64KB." Show íní tell VIII: String lengths & Java via benpoole.com.
28-Apr-2006
06:07:27
173
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Security 201
As posted previously Java use the concept of a SecurityManager to control access to restricted operations. This post goes a bit deeper by explaining the different Java security files present in your Notes/Domino installation and how you can use them to ...
25-Apr-2006
13:08:51
174
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Security 101
As you might know Java was built with security in mind which means that most Java code runs inside a sandbox with an auditor, a socalled SecurityManager, deciding which operations are appropriate and which aren't. This post will explain the concept of the ...
23-Apr-2006
13:05:57
175
Check out the new issue of JavaPro
The new issue of JavaPro is available for free download and has articles on AJAX and leveraging Open Source Java libraries in your development. Haven't read the articles yet but they look promising.
20-Apr-2006
10:44:51
176
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Casting 101
Casting is a central concept when programming in an object oriented language such as Java. This post describes what it is all about.
13-Apr-2006
10:06:58
177
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: The difference between a class, an abstract class and an interface
Java has three distinct types of "class" constructs you use when programming. This post will explain the difference between them.
12-Apr-2006
20:30:48
178
Re: Helping out a fellow blogger getting the actual bytes of an image resource - a lesson in the intricacies of DXL representation
And there you have it... Ben Langhinrichs of Genii Software, CoexEdit and the Midas RichText LSX fame has posted a comment that explains my findings about the structure of an image resource in DXL. Thanks Ben.
11-Apr-2006
20:20:24
179
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Java Collection API for LotusScript programmers
The Java Collection API can be a little overwhelming to get started with when moving to Java from LotusScript. This post shows you how to do the array/List equivalents of LotusScript using the Collection API.
10-Apr-2006
07:23:46
180
Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Handling arrays
A source of fustration for LotusScript programmers moving to Java is the difference with which arrays are handled. This posts clarifies and shows you how to work with arrays in Java.
10-Apr-2006
06:42:59

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