Monthly Archives: September 2009

Workflow in Notes applications

Something I like about traveling is to be able to spend some time on reading larger documents than a couple of pages. For example publications / articles from The View magazine. This time I had printed out some old skool

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Not so popular on Ideajam

What started as a joke (but with some serious undertone) has resulted in one of the most demoted ideas on Ideajam. To be honest: how often do you prefer that users would call your work an ‘application’ instead of a

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Posted in Applications, Lotus Notes

Writing Java to build applications using IBM Lotus Domino Designer

On the Lotus part of IBM’s developerWork you can find a clear, simple introduction to Java for LotusScript developers.¬†With Notes 8 available for considerable period would it not be time for a proper book about Domino Development in Java?

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My first experience(s) with Domino Designer 8.5plus

I am testing the latest drop-code for Domino Designer 8.5plus and it is my first development experience with XPages. I just thought I will write down my first experiences, maybe it may be useful one time. At first I was

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Posted in development, Dojo, XPages

How to initiate a partial refresh from a dijit.tree?

On an XPage I have a dojo.dijitree module which uses a Notes View as the datastore. I have the universal ID of the referring document available for each item in my tree widget. What I would like to do know

Posted in Dojo, XPages
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