XPages: everybody wants them, and there are lots of great resources on how to add XPages to your applications, but they all show you the 'how'.
XPages. Everybody wants them. And there are lots of great resources on how to add XPages to your applications, but they all show you the HOW.
A little while ago, I mentioned how I have become smitten with custom renderers - Java classes that take XPage components like application layouts and widgets and render them in custom HTML.
As promised, each week we are announcing recently approved sessions for IBM Connect. This week's lineup covers the gamut, from deep technical sessions to great topics from well-known industry thought leaders.
IBM Sametime 9 incorporates a software-based video Multipoint Control Unit (MCU), which allows for continuous video without the use of third-party technology, such as those offered by Cisco/Tandberg, Polycom, and LifeSize. IBM Sametime 9 will have parity with Microsoft Lync 2013 so customers can seamlessly move between active speaker and continuous video.
As I do from time to time, I've recently been taking another stab at a standard model framework for my XPage apps. My latest one has been proving its worth in a couple apps I've been writing lately, and I'd like to go over the general goals and advantages of the way it works.
One obstacle any social business project faces is getting users to actually log into it. Once they’ve done that they often find that they have a quick look round, don’t immediately find something of interest and then never log in again.
What if a company is not inclined to social, where collaborative work is being done mostly through email, and the general idea is social is not for them because employees need to 'just get to work' ? Well, you start easing their way in to social, without really saying the 's' word.
The user synchronization is normally made via sync_all_dns script that synchronize users information from LDAP to the EMPINST.EMPLOYEE table. If you synchronize a field such as “telephone number” when a user edits the value in IBM Connections at next run of sync_all_dns script the change is lost.
Yesterday night I upgraded two of our internal Domino servers to Domino 9.0.1 incl. Traveler and the new Social Edition components.
One of the main benefits of the IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK is the ability to deploy code easily to different environments, e.g. to move from test environments to production environments.
Even though the new IBM Support Portal is less than a month old, (full details here), IBM's just deployed a series of improvements to make this support site even better!
Yes! Change is good... For a couple of weeks, I've been working on Bootstrap and as I learn it, my blog became a great playground for me!
I just noticed an important change in the Domino Data Service API that I am pretty sure has happened when I upgraded a Domino server to the latest release - 9.0.1.
I started a new project on OpenNTF for the collection of scripts we created to speed up and simplify WebSphere and Connections Administration.
Today is a public holiday here in Saxony, Germany, and I had the time to watch the amazing webinar from OpenNTF regarding the new project called "OpenNTF Essentials".
In the current project I am working on we are using localization to allow translation into other languages.
While testing out SourceTree with a current project after watching David Leedy’s great NotesIn9 episode on the subject I came across an error when I first tried to start Hg Flow, so I want to document how to fix it in case anyone else runs into the same problem. The error I received was, “abort: […]
In one of my current development projects I am developing a DOTS server task(let). One thing that I found very annoying is the logging part of DOTS.
In this post, I’ll show how dynamically change the row color in an XPages Dojo Data Grid based on data in the row.
The Data View is an extremely powerful control and the standard view control I use now. That’s some statement considering that prior to the Extension Library I avoided the View Panel as much as possible in favour of Repeat Controls. The View Panel I found very limiting both from the point of view of data [...]
IBM Connect 2014 has quite a few changes including the new BP Surround Activities. These activities will not be competing against scheduled IBM events as shown in the IBM Connect timeline at a glance posting.
IBM has announced some of the IBM Connect 2014 sessions on the Social Business Insights Blog. Our OpenNTF breakout session has been accepted!