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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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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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DOTS and automatic startup of bundles
Domino OSGi Tasklet Container (or DOTS for short) is an uber-cool OpenNTF project that allows you to write addins for the Domino server in Java. The project used to be called JAVADDIN which kind of gives the purpose away. At UKLUG I was asked if there ...
08-Jul-2011
11:47:08
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OSGi Jumpstart Tutorial
If you're looking into OSGi (and you really should) the OSGi and Equinox Jumpstart from June 30 2009 is still a very good starting point. The jumpstart is available at your leisure...
29-Nov-2010
11:48:03
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Eclipse Helios (3.6) and why it's important to Notes administrators
Notes 8 is based on Eclipse and Eclipse use OSGi for bundle lifecycle and dependency management. Part of OSGi is the OSGi console that is a console into the inner working of OSGi. The console is very useful and may be used to diagnose Eclipse and Notes 8 ...
08-Jul-2010
14:26:35
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JavaPosse episode 245 on OSGi
I listened to the JavaPosse podcast episode 245 today during my commute. The podcast was very interesting as it is an interview with Peter Kriens (of aQute) and B.J. Hargrave (of IBM) the two specification leads on OSGi. OSGi off cause being the bundle ...
23-Apr-2009
19:12:53
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Using EventAdmin for interprocess-communication
One of the tricks to really loosely coupling components in Eclipse is using an event broker to publish events and subscribe to events. You can roll your own which is easy enough (lets face it - it's a listener interface and a list keeping track of ...
25-Feb-2009
07:49:18
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Notes 8.5 OSGi console madness
Ahhh some of the fun stuff you see when running Notes 8.5 with the OSGi console showing... :-) DWSystem null [DWSystem 11:11:46:590] partial 0.000 - cumulative 0.000 - instantiate controller [DWSystem 11:11:48:545] partial 1.955 - ...
08-Aug-2008
12:09:00
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SWT@Notes 8: Logging from SWT components
As you probably know using System.out.println for logging in Java is a no-no and this is also the case when developing plugins for Notes 8 and Lotus Expeditor. This post outlines how to use the logging framework supplied with Lotus Expeditor, how to ...
21-May-2008
18:39:01
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SWT @ Notes 8: Why OSGi is important
I have posted stuff on the OSGi console previously and why it's important but even better is to see for your self. I did this myself by adding TwitNotes console commands to the TwitNotes plugin for version 1.0.4. For the normal user it wont matter but ...
13-May-2008
09:30:41
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A bit more on the OSGi console
Just found an article called "Explore Eclipse's OSGi console" by Chris Aniszczyk from IBM on the OSGi console. Worth a read.
14-Apr-2008
15:05:00
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SWT@Notes 8: -console
As partly addressed by Bob Balfe there are numerous ways to debug Eclipse/SWT components in Notes 8 or Lotus Expeditor. One is as Bob mentions to launch the client using the -console switch so the OSGi console is displayed. While confusing at first the ...
14-Apr-2008
12:40:46
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Dependencies between OSGi Bundles
This article and some valuable IM'ing with Bob Balfe helped me solve my bundle dependency issues. Thanks again Bob. Getting Started with OSGi: Dependencies between Bundles @ Eclipsezone.com
26-Mar-2008
13:35:34
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OSGi for beginners
OSGi is a part of Eclipse and hence Notes 8+ Standard. It never hurts to know what you're dealing with. Hello, OSGi, Part 1: Bundles for beginners - Creating, executing, and managing bundles in an OSGi container
13-Mar-2008
22:10:00