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IBM Connections application development state of the union - part 1
IBM Connections has been on the market for a lot of time now and has always been a real strong player when it comes to application development. I thought it was time to review where we are application development wise over what will probably be a couple ...
30-Aug-2016
10:34:09
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Calendar integration example using OnTime Group Calendar API
The Problem A Danish insurance company was running a CRM system to control and maintain customer relationship information and plan meetings for its insurance agents. Because the CRM system wasn't integrated with their IBM Domino infrastructure running ...
25-Mar-2013
19:10:03
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Domino rules as an API application server platform
Over the last 1.5 years we at OnTime have been making a serious investment into rewriting our backend for the OnTime Group Calendar product. The most fundamental change has been the change from a traditional Notes/Domino application (if it ever was a ...
19-Oct-2012
14:05:24
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Latest pet project
My latest pet project has been working with the OnTime Group Calendar API and try to look into new product ideas or use-cases for calendar data. One thing that came up really quickly is a way to expose all the calendars in OnTime in iCal format and using ...
24-Sep-2012
08:25:41
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Notes 8.5.3 and Sametime Web API woes
For one of our products we are using the Sametime Web API which is a great way to Sametime enable applications outside the Notes client. Basically it uses the web container running within Notes Standard to provide a HTTP API for Sametime awareness. ...
22-Feb-2012
14:18:54
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Searching Profiles programmatically
As part of IBM Connections you will find a big REST API that allows you to work with almost every part of Connections such as searching for profiles, managing files and working with communities. As part of our new product (see my previous post) I'm doing ...
08-Dec-2011
19:42:28
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New version of the Java UI API Exerciser available from OpenNTF
A new release of the Notes Java UI Exerciser project has been released on OpenNTF (OpenNTF Release: Notes Java UI APIs in 8.5.2) by our friends on the Java UI team at IBM one of whom I'm lucky enough to co-present with at Lotusphere. Check it out!
07-Dec-2010
14:27:22
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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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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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Learning the ropes (pun intended)
I discovered this article through my developerWorks subscription and it was an interesting read. I picked up on the article since I do a lot of String manipulation in LotusScript.doc but hardly in the the 50MB range as described in the article. Still I ...
19-Feb-2008
08:08:00
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Effective API Design presentation by Joshua Bloch
Although from JavaPolis 2005 this is still a very nice presentation by one of the gurus in the field of API design, Joshua Bloch. The presentation runs about 70 minutes but is well worth it. Summary: "A well-written API can be a great asset to the ...
20-Sep-2007
22:44:00
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XML entities when doing XSL transformations using LotusScript
I stumbled over an interesting post on developerWorks on external XML entities and XSL transformations in LotusScript: XSLT transform-ignoring external entity reference in R7.0.2 - but worked well on R6.5.4. I was puzzled by the post and looked a bit ...
06-Jun-2007
10:35:33
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Smokis Notesblog: Performing on-line backup using the C API
Wow! This could turn into a very handy utility to allow administrators to take an online copy of an active database from a Domino server. Can't wait to see what he's going to cook up next. Online Backup of databases with the C API Example (Part I)
25-Aug-2006
09:37:46
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Finding the "My Documents"-folder (17 August 2006)
It has been a while but this week I'm back in SnTT-mode with a post on finding the users "My Documents" / "My Pictures" folder on Windows. Technorati tags: Show-n-tell Thursday, SnTT
17-Aug-2006
07:34:22