REST API Gateways  

By Paul Withers | 6/14/21 1:07 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

Three years ago I presented at IBM Think I presented a session called Domino and JavaScript Development Masterclass with John Jardin. In that session I talked about the various REST options for Domino and used the term “API gateway”. Particularly at this time it makes sense to expand more on what was in the slides.

IBM Domino: Script to Enable Full Text Indexes on all mail files  

By Enio Basso | 6/10/21 7:19 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Currently the only way to enable full text on All mail files is using Domino Administrator. There is no command line option. I create a LotusScript Agent to enable this. See code below Agent must be set as "Agent List" and "All selected documents".

Domino V12 and Verse 2.1 How to add a Photo URL  

By Kenio Carvalho | 6/9/21 1:19 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Today i setup a Domino V12 server just for test some new features. A customer ask to use photos on Verse hosting photos on Domino. Domino V12 comes with Verse 2.0. I just download the version 2.1 of Verse and follow the installation instructions.

101 NEW features of Domino 12 - Domino People  

By Cormac McCarthy | 6/4/21 2:06 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

I was thinking about the actual features included and the list is so long I started to write them down. I did write a blog for HCL a few weeks back on the Four Security Security features you’ve been waiting for and writing down an actual list this week I came up with 101 features of Domino 12. (believe it or not there’s actually more than that but I had to draw the line somewhere!).

#Newin12 Domino ID Vault   

By Gabriella Davis | 6/1/21 2:24 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

As I posted last week, Domino 12 and Sametime 11.6 and Traveler 12 and Nomad Web 1.0 are all out and there’s lots of good news for admins, users and developers alike but since I’m an admin that’s what I’m going to talk about. Instead of a large dull blog listing all the things I think are most interesting useful, I’m going to do a series of short slightly-less-dull blogs focusing in on each one individually.

Automatic "one time" deletion of Cache.ndk at start  

By Jesper Kiær | 6/1/21 2:22 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I have had users with different (weird) issues since V11 and all that would fix it was a deletion of the cache file Cache.ndk. Cache.ndk is great for performance and you do want to keep it around, however sometimes you just need to delete it to fix issues and let it rebuild again at a Notes restart

#NewIn12 It’s Grouptastic  

By Gabriella Davis | 6/1/21 3:03 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Starting with the simplest – the ability to see what groups a person is in by selecting “Find Groups” from their person document. Yes we have had some of this before in the form of the “Manage Groups” dialog in the People and Groups view but this is more detailed, and most importantly printed on screen.

#NewIn12 – What Configuration Is My Server Using?   

By Gabriella Davis | 6/1/21 3:03 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Such a simple thing that will again save me a lot of time. Open your server document and you now have an option to find and view any configuration document that server is assigned to. Click “Find Server Config”

Domino V12 CertMgr corporate CA deployment automation  

By Daniel Nashed | 6/1/21 3:02 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Now that Domino V12 is released, we can look into more deployment scenarios. I have looked into many different scenarios over the couple of month during beta and played with many integrations and described them in earlier posts. Let me describe the main use-cases and I see today. And I am very interested to hear what you would like to integrate with.

How to: Domino 12 OneTouch Setup  

By Oliver Busse | 5/21/21 1:21 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

While preparing an upcoming webcast hosted by We4IT I am tinkering again with Domino 12 beta. One very cool feature of version 12 is the "OneTouch" setup procedure which allows you to install the server with an already prepared configuration for almost everything relevant. For the preparation my goal only was to show how to install an additional server to an existing Domino domain (DNN), using an existing admin user as an administrator and a prepared server.id. I am using Docker to build this new server as this is the fastest method to check it out.

Complete Domino V12 server setup leveraging On Touch  

By Daniel Nashed | 5/21/21 1:19 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As you might now we are working on our Domino on Docker community project for quite some time. The concept behind some of the features available in our GitHub project made it into Domino V12. HCL combined the simple setup functionality we had based on the Java Domino configuration with the config.json file which used Notes Java code to configure the server. The Domino Docker Community project was adopting this functionality from the first code drops on. And for Domino V12 you can use our image for complete auto configuration.

Leveraging Domino Event Monitoring for Domino V12 CertMgr Health Checks  

By Daniel Nashed | 5/20/21 2:43 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Events and event monitoring have been in the product I think since version 4.5. Domino 7 introduced Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) which leverages the existing infrastructure and is extending it. The foundation of event monitoring is a core component of Domino and it leverages another important core component "Domino statistics".

HCL Verse: read and write encrypted mail without your userid  

By Remco Angioni | 5/19/21 1:41 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

When you want to read and/or write encrypted mail, you normally need to have uploaded your notes.id into your HCL Notes mail database. Now, when the technique evolves, it’s no longer necessary to upload it manually. It’s even harder when you work natively from the IDVault, because your ID is loaded into memory.