Engage 2019 Summary 

By Paul Withers | 5/19/19 7:31 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

Historically Engage has been shortly after a major conference in US, so it’s been an opportunity to catch up on sessions missed there. This year it followed the Factory Tour by a few months. Unfortunately for me, most of the key products sessions conflicted with sessions I was delivering or preparation.

Impressions from Engage 2019 

By Heiko Voigt | 5/17/19 7:38 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Wow, these were three great days ! This has been my 2nd Engage Conference that i attended, the first one as a speaker. Theo Heselmans really outdid himself again this year by finding a cool venue (Autoworld Brussels) and topping it off with perfect logistics like always.

Stuck in Brussels 

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 5/17/19 7:35 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I spent this week at the Engage conference, which this year took place in Belgium. I gave a presentation yesterday about a solution that my colleagues at iSi have made. People went “wow!” when they saw it. Which was nice, and I sent them a message telling them that they had impressed people.

Engage 2019 Recap 

By Andrew Magerman | 5/17/19 5:51 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

Theo Heselmans and his wife Hilda have once again pulled off a wonderful event in Brussels. The world’s biggest ICS conference attracted attendees from all over the world, from as far away as New Zealand, Japan, the U.S.A and even La Réunion.

A Few Days In Brussels #EngageUG 

By Gabriella Davis | 5/16/19 2:25 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I have just returned from Engage UG – Theo Heselmans’ European conference, this year held at Autoworld in Brussels. A beautiful location, even for someone who cares little for cars (but enjoys belgian beer, frites and chocolate).

Notes 9/10 Standard Client issues in combination wth LibreOffice 6 installed fonts "NOTO" 

By Daniel Nashed | 5/16/19 3:37 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

This issue came up already some days ago but I wasn't able to reproduce. The first reports have been that this occurs when too many fonts are installed. But I had more fonts and I did not happen. This is a specific problem with the some fonts that LibreOffice 6 installs. LibreOffice 5 doesn't have the "NOTO" Fonts and works file.

Engage 2019: The good, the bad and the ugly: a not so objective view on front end development 

By Frank van der Linden | 5/16/19 3:35 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

This week was Engage 2019 in Autoworld in Brussels. Theo Heselmans and crew did an amazing job, again, in a stunning venue. I was privileged to be speaking again. I was really surprised to have a full room. I enjoyed it very much to deliver my opinion on the current most populair front end frameworks, VueJS, React and Angular.

Engage 2019 was another great event ! Some of the announchements made during the conference 

By Matteo Bisi | 5/15/19 8:14 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

Engage 2019 was ended today , this year I wasn't there but as I was able see from my remote location it was another great success :-) !! Huge congratulations to Theo , Hilde and all staff members who made the event possible.

Engage 2019 – Part One 

By Milan Matejic | 5/15/19 7:31 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

The reason why this post is not carrying the title “Day One”, is because I flew over to Brussels already at Monday to attend the Champions Day Europe. The Champions Day event was interesting, I had a lot a fun to talking with fellow IBM Champions and finally meeting some of them in person. Today, at Autoworld, the first day of Engage officially started.

UPDATE on Domino Designer and LibreOffice issue 

By Jesper Kiær | 5/14/19 7:40 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

In my other blog entry "Domino Designer (and Sametime) breaks..." I wrote about the issue many had with Domino Designer V10 breaking down with fonts issues, XPages not working, Sametime looking weird etc. After working on the issue for months I had finally nailed it down to LibreOffice 6 as being the culprit.

The Future of Collaboration Solutions under HCL 

By John Oldenburger | 5/14/19 8:11 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Matteo Bisi

On 22 May a particularly interesting webinar will be given by Intec and HCL, the Future of Collaboration Solutions under HCL. This is an opportunity to find out about the exciting plans that HCL are working on and what this will mean to your Domino and Collaboration Solutions investment. Registration for the webinar is open. Speakers Paul Withers and Uffe Sorenson.

Domino Designer (and Notes Sametime) breaks in version V10, this is why and how to fix it. 

By Jesper Kiær | 5/10/19 10:14 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

There is a horrible bug in V10 (maybe V9FP10 too). In Designer open a form, close a form and everything breaks, font changes, XPages no longer works etc. In search for the cause Over the past many frustrating months I have been changing different settings, doing upgrades and downgrades, uninstalls, NICE, doing a fresh Notes install, install to different folder... to fix the issue

Next Week at Engage, Let's Talk About... 

By Keith Brooks | 5/9/19 6:31 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

Engage is back, after last year's excellent event in Rotterdam, at the SS Rotterdam and my personal highlight, The Pinball Museum, Theo brings us to Brussels to AutoWorld. I arrive Sunday and stay until Thursday so I am rested up for the event. I will be looking for the mythical export only Corvette, a few exist, but I digress.

High Usage Views and publishing statistics to New Relic. Bug in Domino 10.0.1 

By Roberto Boccadoro | 5/8/19 5:15 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I found a bug, or better an incompatibility between two new features of Domino 10. If you enable the High Usage Views feature, it will break the publishing of the statistics to New Relic.

Java Grab Bag 2 

By Jesse Gallagher | 5/6/19 1:45 AM | App Dev - Cloud | Added by John Oldenburger

Following in the vein of "Java Hiccups", I've had a couple things floating around my head lately that I think collectively make for a good post for Java developers, particularly those working in the Domino arena. Without further ado: Map#computeIfAbsent. This is a method that was added in Java 8 and, while it's not as big a deal as the addition of streams, it's one of my favorite additions and something I use very frequently.

Preparing for HCL’s Domino: What The Community Needs to Know 

By Paul Withers | 5/3/19 9:42 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Following on from my last blog post it’s also a good time to assess the readiness of the community for the future. I blogged last year about the importance of community to the product, and I reiterate that importance. But that didn’t make any value judgement on the health of the community. It’s worth highlighting a few points:

OpenNTF at Engage 

By OpenNTF | 5/3/19 7:02 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

It‘s probably fitting thatI’m writing a blog post about Engage sat in a coffee shop, on my iPad, using Domino Mobile Apps. The last year has brought the product a long way and one of the most significant new projects has been Theo Heselmans’ Wine App. Admittedly the OpenNTF Blog database is unchanged from the desktop version, but it’s probably only going to be seen by a handful of people, so investment is less beneficial.

Preparing for HCL's Domino: What Managers and Technical Need To Know 

By Paul Withers | 5/3/19 4:46 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

With Engage around the corner and the acquisition of Domino, Connections and more expected to close soon after, followed by build up to Domino V11 it’s a good time to assess readiness for the future. A few facts are clear: The pace of delivery of new features for Domino has increased significantly. That pace shows no sign of slowing after HCL closes the deal. HCL is committed to taking Domino into new markets and opportunities. The strategic direction for application development on the platform is evolving. Customers need to evolve to consider the needs / requirements for their strategies and their technical teams.

IBM Connections Mobile APNS certificates expiring on 21 July 2019 

By Rainer Brandl | 5/2/19 4:27 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Matteo Bisi

Users using IBM Connections Mobile will stop receiving Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) notifications after the certificates expire on July 21, 2019 (7/21/2019)

Domino and node.js: first steps (part 3) 

By Fabio Di Paola | 5/2/19 4:25 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Matteo Bisi

Our journey in the setup and use of node.js with Domino 10 continues here. If you missed the previous articles you can find them here: part 1 and part 2 . I suggest you to read it before continuing as the first points are necessary to start creating the environment. This article starts from point five. (This article is the third of a series, we will update the links as we proceed to publish everything) 5. The node.js code ....

My journey to Engage #engageug #dominoforever #ibmchampion 

By Oliver Busse | 5/2/19 4:24 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by Matteo Bisi

Only 12 days left to the highly awaited European conference around Collaboration Solutions (fka IBM ICS, now HCL Collaboration Workflow Platforms) - Engage. I am planning my trip already because I don’t like surprises when I am traveling. Flights and hotel is already booked for months now but the local transportation usually is a challenge when you visit an unknown area or city. I only once was in Brussels before but I had a car to get from and to the airport and to and from a small village near Gent almost 2 years ago.

Domino and node.js: first steps (part 2) 

By Fabio Di Paola | 4/30/19 9:50 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Matteo Bisi

Our journey in the setup and use of node.js with Domino 10 continues here. If you missed the first part you can find it here. I suggest you to read it before continuing as the first two points are necessary to start creating the environment. This article starts from point three. (This article is the second of a series, we will update the links as we proceed to publish everything)

Domino and node.js: first steps (part 1) 

By Fabio Di Paola | 4/29/19 9:51 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Matteo Bisi

Configuring node.js and using it with Domino: here are the first steps and how to do it from scratch. (This article is the first of a series, we will update the links as we proceed to publish everything) With the release of the latest version of Domino and the AppDevPack for both Linux and Windows, it is now possible to start working on the integration between node.js and Domino. So we started to do this and here we publish the steps taken and some suggestions on how to proceed. The following documentation refers to the installation on a Windows server and, for simplicity, we assume that node.js is installed on the same machine where Domino is installed. All the version numbers are referred to April 2019 , when this doc has been published. We also assume that you’ve already downloaded the AppDevPack 1.0.1 that includes the files for Windows.

Is Notes Running or Starting Up Very Slowly? This Might Be the Solution | The Domino Elf – Hogne B. Pettersen's Social Biz Blog 

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 4/26/19 5:32 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Sometimes users are blaming Notes for problems that isn’t really Notes’ fault. Here’s how I fixed a ten minute startup time, for both my client and the Designer.

How to create an IBM Notes upgrade package using Panagenda MarvelClient Upgrade Wizard 

By Ales Lichtenberg | 4/23/19 5:41 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Matteo Bisi

Immediately after the release of the MarvelClient Upgrade Free Edition, I started testing. Here are my first steps with MarvelClient Upgrade Free.