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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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Enough with all the widget specifications already!!
After what feels like a cascade of widget specifications (iWidget, Google Gadget, Wookie) the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is working on a widget specification to unite them all. If you're interested in stuff like this I recommend this developerWorks ...
06-Apr-2010
08:38:24
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Exporting DXL for databases with Java web services
Today I needed to export a database application containing a web service written in Java as DXL. How stupid of me to think that I could do this with only Notes.jar on my build path... Doing such an export will make your code throw ...
21-Sep-2007
17:56:00
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Discovering Notes 8: Web service enabled script libraries
In a recent edition of the LotusUsergroup.org newsletter Julian listed some of the new AppDev features of Notes 8. Among them were the new web service enabled script libraries. Basically what you do is simply pointing a script library to a WSDL file ...
19-Sep-2007
09:28:53
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Regarding the Domino 7 freetime webservice
On 24 September 2005 I blogged about a freetime web service for Domino 7 (Freetime WebService) which was available for download from Passport Advantage. Now (17 April 2007) there is an article on developerWorks (Using and modifying the IBM Lotus Domino ...
07-May-2007
20:11:08
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Securing an IBM Lotus Domino Web Server: A case study
Via the "developerWorks : Lotus : Technical library - Articles" RSS feed: Securing an IBM Lotus Domino Web Server: A case study
15-Aug-2006
18:37:57