Collegue wanted: Systems Developer (Notes Domino)

I do not know about the existens of the site but here you can find the advertisement for a System Developer in Lotus Notes and Domino.

You have a degree level education in computer science or equivalent experience and have several years of experience with Lotus Notes Domino, LotusScript, @ Formula, Java and JavaScript. In addition, experience in Web 2.0 techniques (Ajax, XML, and JSON) and, especially, the Dojo toolkit is advantageous. You are fluent in both written and verbal English and you also have the ability to transform customer requirements into working solutions.

Sounds exciting? Then head on to the Sandvik career site.

Wiki markup support for XPages wiki on Domino 852

I experienced a problem with the support of wiki markup in the XPages Wiki available on OpenNTF. In the discussion area Sean Cull comes with a temporary solution: go back from the CKEditor to the Dojo editor.

Okej, you will miss some functionality from the CKeditor but if your content is in wiki markup and your editors are instructed to write in wiki markup and basically you want your wiki content to be in wiki markup there is not so much other you can do :-?

Can an application that does not support wiki markup be considered as a wiki application?

Here is what you have to do.

  • Open custom control prtContent
  • Select the rich text field, content1
  • In the Dojo properties tab specify as Dojo type: ibm.xsp.widget.layout.RichText

More information on rich text in Designer 8.5.1 +2 you can read in the Information Center.

At Lotusphere a lot was being talked as positioning Domino as an application platform instead of a mail platform. @IBM: please fix your sink (applications) first since maintaining such a platform with such applications is getting pretty messy :-(