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March Lotus Technical Information and Education (LTIE) community meeting
If you're interested in plugin development and the recently published RedWiki on plugin development for Lotus Notes, Sametime and Symphony (easy url is http://bit.ly/plugin...
03-Mar-2011
08:57:37
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jWidgets to make it easier to develop Eclipse based components for composite applications
Perusing the the Composite Application Wiki I discovered a technology IBM calls jWidgets. Basically they are for Composite Application Java component development what iWidgets are to websites that is a widget framework for easily and more quickly doing ...
10-Dec-2010
14:24:27
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Why all the talk about recycle() - how about dispose()?
Let me start by saying that I agree that recycle() could and should be handled by the API and there are numerous ways around it. I however also think that the majority of Notes developers out there will never have the need to call recycle() in their Java ...
20-Nov-2010
19:46:02
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New functionality was added in Notes 8.5.1 to make MyWidgets more dynamic
In Lotus Notes 8.5.1 a small, but very useful, addition was made made to the MyWidgets funtionality. From Notes 8.5.1 the preferences that you specify for your widgets may be computed by the platform instead of being mapped to something you specify via ...
13-Oct-2010
14:13:29
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Google saves the day for Notes plugin developers
Alan Cooke (member of the Redbooks team) just pinged me on Sametime and pointed me to a greate piece of news. As you might remember Google acquired Instantiations a while back. Instantiations developed a couple of developer tools for GUI building, code ...
17-Sep-2010
12:29:36
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Signing of from 2009 - looking back at a great year
2009 is drawing to a close and in less than 10 hours I'll be in my tuxedo and drinking champagne. What a year from a personal and a professional perspective. On the personal front the highlight of 2009, by far, was on 22 August where I got married to ...
31-Dec-2009
14:34:19
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Did you know? #lotusknows!!
Are you ready for the jam?
17-Aug-2009
14:13:00
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Lotus Knows how much geography matters
I was very excited when I read the announcements by IBM Lotus at the IamLUG event last week about the Lotus Knows marketing initiative being kicked off soon (late summer). I have been outright about the lack of initiatives from IBM previously (Lotus: ...
09-Aug-2009
17:00:32
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Will Notes be supported on Windows 7?
Check out technote 1385293: Lotus Notes support of Microsoft Windows version 7. Although the technote doesn't clarify anything it's nice to know that Lotus is aware of this upcoming OS release and is monitoring the situation and working with Microsoft as ...
18-Jun-2009
09:09:00
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Lotus Notes version to Lotus Symphony version map
Major props to John Head for providing me with the below info - and from memory!! :-) Notes 8.0.0 -- "IBM Productivity Editors" (pre-Symphony) Notes 8.0.1 -- Lotus Symphony 1.0 Notes 8.0.2 -- Lotus Symphony 1.1 Notes 8.5.0 -- Lotus Symphony 1.2 ...
30-Apr-2009
08:43:16
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Allowing diagnostic data to be sent to IBM
What if the CRASH_SENDTOIBM notes.ini setting was set for all new Domino Server installations; imagine how much diagnostic information that IBM would gather that would make the product better for all of us? I know there are privacy concerns and test ...
24-Apr-2009
07:08:22
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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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FT Searching for empty fields courtesy of Alan Lepofsky
Searching for blank fields
03-Sep-2008
10:17:00
35
Notes client app. performance basics
Just wanted to point to Andre Guirards article on performance basics for Notes client applications. Via Per Henrik Laustens on Twitter :-)
09-May-2008
10:22:00
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Technote 1096316
Technote 1096316: Documents copied using CopyToDatabase method reuse same UNID
18-Mar-2008
07:19:00
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Is the lack of Java adoption *still* the Achilles' heel of IBM?
In March of 2006 I wrote a lengthy post (see below for links) on how I considered the lack of Java adoption by Notes/Domino developers the Achilles' heel of IBM. The post was picked up by Ed Brill and made quite a stir in the blogosphere. Sitting ...
18-Nov-2007
21:14:21
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Is the Notes/Domino platform getting too complex?
Ben Poole posted a link to a rant on developerWorks (notes.net). The post addressed some of the same points that Nathan addressed some time back in his "Hourglass Community" post. I think it is interesting that a post like this was posted to LDD not ...
07-Sep-2007
21:49:00
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DIIOP_IOR_HOST
Today is slow on new topics so I thought I would share a nice (D)IIOP notes.ini related setting for the Domino server. When you run the Domino IIOP server behind a NAT'ed connection you will need to change the IP address that the server publishes through ...
01-Jun-2007
14:32:56
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I wouldn't want to start doing Notes now...
Well actually I would - I love the product but this morning after seeing a developerWorks article titled "Using and understanding Reader Names fields in IBM Lotus Notes and Domino" I caught myself thinking: "Who actually reads something as basic as ...
21-Feb-2007
08:05:17

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