Easy Kanban Silos in XPages  

By Michael G. Smith | 3/28/19 5:44 AM | - | Added by Oliver Busse

Recently, I came across this post on the #dominoforever ideas forum. My assumption when reading this is that the OP would like to have this capability in a web application since it’s in the XPages category. Having done something similar in a previous project, I had some code I could dust off to create a quick demo to show how easily functionality like this can be implemented now in XPages.

Beware the lotus.domino.UserID error in Domino 9.0.1 FP8/FP9 and other upgrade musings  

By Michael G. Smith | 11/30/17 12:17 PM | - | Added by Oliver Busse

Over the weekend we upgraded our production Domino servers to get to 9.0.1 FP9 HF139(64-bit) & HF137 (32-bit). Well, we “tried” to upgrade the servers. Then all hell broke loose.

Adding icon columns to DataTables with FontAwesome  

By Michael G. Smith | 9/14/16 10:52 AM | - | Added by John Oldenburger

If you are modernizing a Notes/Domino application, chances are there are many underlying views that make use of column icons, which have always been one the great little features that users really loved about Notes. As Domino web apps became more prevalent, you could even create img tags that pointed to the icon source files on the server.

XPage loading slow? Check your document datasource  

By Michael G. Smith | 12/16/15 4:06 PM | - | Added by John Oldenburger

If you have the “compute” option of a document datasource enabled, make sure: The underlying form does not have fields perform a DbLookup to a view that has @Today or @Now in a column/selection formula, If the form has embedded views, make sure the column/selection formulas of the view do not utilize @Today or @Now.

Boot your alerts in the … with bootAlert  

By Michael G. Smith | 2/10/15 10:50 AM | - | Added by Oliver Busse

Unfortunately, due to the sudden illness and ultimate passing of a family member in the fall, it has been quite a while since I last blogged.  Hopefully, this post finds me getting back on the blogging horse to contribute some content to the Xpages/Domino community and bring some ideas I had been kicking around to fruition.