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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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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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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Cross compiling sidebar plugins for Notes 8.0.x and Notes 8.5 (7 August 2008)
I haven't done a SnTT in months (actually the last one was back on 24 May 2007) so I guess it's about time. This week it's about cross compiling sidebar plugins for Notes 8.5 and Notes 8.0.2. Enjoy... Since installing Notes 8.5 I have had a lot of ...
07-Aug-2008
09:28:38
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Showing a progress bar / joining threads (24 May 2007)
Well it has been a long time since my last SnTT post so here we go. This post is on showing a progress bar from a Java agent while loading data in another thread. This post is based on a post on developerWorks. Technorati tags: Show-n-tell Thursday, ...
24-May-2007
08:15:23
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Stacktraces
Not much information on Java in Notes/Domino per say in this post but simply a pointer to a nice article on reading stack and tread dumps which is a must for all programming in Java. Remember that as of Java 1.4 (Notes/Domino 7.x) you can use Java ...
18-May-2007
08:47:46
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: NotesException
Just a short post about lotus.domino.NotesEx...
15-Sep-2006
07:47:53
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Domino Session Tester
As described previously you can create local and remote sessions to Notes/Domino using the Java API. This post provides a downloadable utility to test local and remote sessions.
10-Jul-2006
09:50:03
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Different kinds of sessions
There are two types of sessions when talking Java and Notes/Domino. This post describes the difference.
08-Jul-2006
16:19:08
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase (part 5)
This post is the fifth part in a series on how to extend the lotus.domino.AgentBa...
26-Jun-2006
09:17:19
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Can I cast a null pointer?
I see the above question a lot in my referers so I thought I would answer it briefly.
21-Jun-2006
05:55:30
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase (part 4)
This post is the fourth in a series on how to extend the lotus.domino.AgentBa...
15-Jun-2006
14:02:23
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase (part 3)
This post is the third in a series on how to extend the lotus.domino.AgentBa...
14-Jun-2006
07:00:41
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase (part 2)
This post is the second in a series on how to extend the lotus.domino.AgentBa...
13-Jun-2006
13:09:48
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Test agents in Eclipse by extending AgentBase (part 1)
As previously described there are a couple of ways to create Java agents in Notes/Domino. One of the ways is by using "Imported Java" which bascially means that the agent class should extend lotus.domino.AgentBa...
12-Jun-2006
07:21:40
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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
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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
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Java in Notes/Domino Explained: Operators
An post on the most commonly used operators in Java (==, !=, &&, ||, ++, --, +=, -=).
09-May-2006
07:54:15
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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
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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
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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

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