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Simple speedtest app deployed using heroku
My parents mobile broadband connection in their summer house seemed a little flaky and my father asked me how we could monitor it. Easy I thought. I would simply grab a Raspberry pi and one of the available tools so I googled and found a nice tutorial. ...
12-Nov-2016
11:43:10
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Developing plugins for IBM Notes on Mac
I've been developing plugins for IBM Notes on Mac for years now but never really got around to sharing the steps on the blog. The below steps - in very crude form - works with Java 8 on Mac OS El Capitan (v. 10.11) using IBM Notes 9.0.1. The below ...
04-Sep-2016
21:18:32
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Developing code using IBM Notes in Eclipse on Mac OS
I'm cleaning out my drafts folder and stumbled unto this one I never posted. The steps has changed slightly after IBM Notes 9.0.1 for Mac was released as that release works fine with the never JVM's for the Mac. Actually there are very few steps you need ...
04-Sep-2016
20:48:07
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Simple tool to save certificate chain certificates as PEM files
It's been increasingly frustrating to support our OnTime Group Calendar for Microsoft customers with on-prem Exchange as they usually use a self-signed certificate for TLS resulting in Java throwing a fit. Getting the certificate chain using a browser or ...
25-Jul-2016
17:04:04
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Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase
I continuously get questions on how I do Java agent development and I'm happy to answer them as I hope that some of the answers I provide means that more and more Domino developers see Java as a strong alternative to LotusScript for background ...
30-Mar-2016
21:27:07
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Mac Yosemite, Java, IBM Notes and OnTime Group Calendar
After upgrading my Mac to OS X Yosemite (10.10) I had to reinstall Java to make IBM Notes startup just like Rene describes. To install go to the download page for Java on apple.com, download and install. It takes around 5 minutes and you are ready to go. ...
17-Oct-2014
11:53:31
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: On Java Security and how it relates to Notes/Domino
I get so many questions on Java security and how it all fits together that I finally decided to blog it instead of simply answering over and over again. So here goes... Security was built into Java from its inception and everything in a Java Virtual ...
20-Jun-2013
12:59:47
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Java Maps and load factors
When writing Java code be that for standalone Java, Domino agents or even XPages you often need a data structure to map keys to values. In Java this is a map (java.util.Map) and it works much like a List in LotusScript. Maps are used a lot but since Map ...
18-Aug-2012
07:48:58
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The easy way to loop an XPage managed bean
I got harassed by Nathan (hmmm his blog appears to be down just now) yesterday for not contributing to the XPages dicussions out there so I thought I'd better remedy that. A quick tip is to make sure your Managed Bean implements Iterable if it contains a ...
05-Jun-2012
09:28:37
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Using the IBM Connections API from other languages using custom certificates
I was reading up on some stuff in the IBM Connections REST API during the weekend and came across a post titled Using IBM Connections API in different programming languages on how to use the REST API from other languages than JavaScript from within IBM ...
04-Jun-2012
08:38:36
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Joda Time comment
Ulrich Krause has an interesting post (Joda to the rescue) and I just had to comment on as I - probably to no surprise to many - work a lot with dates for the OnTime Suite. Ulrich is using the Joda Time library to compare two dates to see if they are on ...
11-May-2012
08:14:09
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Authenticating a web service request
In my current project I needed to place an authenticated web services request from Lotus Domino to an Oracle SOA endpoint. Turned out to be extremely easy using the Lotus Domino web services consumer feature as I just used the setCredentials(Strin...
10-Apr-2012
15:08:50
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The Java native2ascii tool (also important for you XPages geeks)
To prepare for our upcoming trip to Tokyo I've been working on a Japanese translation of our OnTime Group Calendar 2011 client for Notes based on Java plugins. The internationalization engine (i18n) was already in place so it was merely a matter of doing ...
21-Mar-2012
08:59:25
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SOAP Headers in Lotus Domino web service consumers and providers
In a current project we're using the web service consumer and web server provider capability of Lotus Domino quite heavily. During the development the need to process the SOAP request headers which are provided in a section above the SOAP body. Problem ...
08-Feb-2012
15:41:06
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Maximizing tabs in DDE (20 October 2011)
It has been a looooooooooooooooong time since I did a SnTT but I found it fitting for this week. The tip is short and very straight forward but will make it easier and more productive for you to work in Domino Designer on Eclipse (DDE). If you are ...
20-Oct-2011
09:24:20
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Configure Eclipse 3.5 for Notes 8.5.3
For completeness sake I just updated my guide to manually configuring Eclipse 3.5 for Notes plugin development to work with Notes 8.5.3 which went Gold the other day. Please find a like to the guide below. Configuring Eclipse 3.5 for Notes 8.5.3.
08-Oct-2011
11:33:14
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OSGi, OSGi, OSGi - OSGi everywhere...
As mentioned in my OSGi presentation at AusLUG OSGi is a key technology for you if you dabble in IBM/Lotus products. Among other things it forms the basis for Lotus Expeditor (and therefore Notes, Sametime and Symphony), XPages and the XPages ...
05-Sep-2011
12:43:30
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Java Magazine - available for FREE!
The premiere issue of the Java Magazine from Oracle is now available. The magazine is FREE!!! and contains a load of cool interesting articles.
22-Aug-2011
10:33:54
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Knowledge path: RESTful web services
Found an excellent summary article on developerWorks called Knowledge Path: Build RESTful web services with Java technology. It has some very good information and links to articles split into 5 sections: Understand REST concepts Meet the Java API for ...
01-Jul-2011
07:49:28
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A TAI code example
To complete my series posts on writing Trust Association Interceptors (TAI's) for Websphere Application Server I wanted to show a real-life example. Not a good example necessarily but an example never the less... :-) The below example is a very simple ...
10-Jun-2011
14:06:58

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