BuildXPages Deployment Automation Tools – v1.0.0 

By Cameron Gregor | 9/21/17 10:04 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

After quite a bit of work I have finally published the first release of BuildXPages! What is BuildXPages? BuildXPages is a project which is useful if you are interested in Automating tasks that are involved in building XPages.

Big News for Domino, Connections and OpenNTF 

By Paul Withers | 9/15/17 3:35 PM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

There are signs you can tell summer is over. For us in the northern hemisphere, the weather starts feeling chillier (although it’s been very changeable in UK most of the “summer”). And things start ramping up as people get back from holidays and Q3 comes to an end.

Generating and Downloading Files Using XPages’ Persistence Service 

By Cameron Gregor | 9/13/17 8:50 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

When developing an XPages application you may run into the need to generate files to be downloaded by the user. For the temporary place problem, some common solution is to either generate the files to some ‘in memory’ representation or alternatively use the Java Temporary Directory..

Notes, Domino, The Cloud and Performance 

By Paul Withers | 8/24/17 10:44 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

Over the last month or so, I’ve been working on an application that pushes performance quite a bit. Last week I published a blog post about aspects of developing for performance. I’ll be writing a future blog post (maybe more than one) on the approaches I’ve taken for performance. But in this blog post I want to take a step back and discuss why I had to address performance, even after quite a bit of optimisation from the initial development.

XSL Transformation on Domino - same but different 

By Oliver Busse | 8/23/17 8:43 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by John Oldenburger

Lately I encountered a weird behaviour when it comes to XML handling and transforming in a server side executed code on Domino. I use the XSL Transformer with some options to e.g. ignore the DTD schema that is defined in the exported XML from the exporter as it caused problems. Though I try to ignore it, it seems that it's still used somehow - anyway, it works - as long as your Domino server runs on Windows.