DDE does disruption (4) – xHausting

Yes, DDE is disruptive again!

Today I wanted to copy some code from one application into another, straight via DDE, an a phenomena that I experienced earlier occurred again:

Most XPages and Custom Controls became signed with my Notes ID

With most I mean ALL XPages (20) and most Custom controls (31 out of 34). All other design elements in the NSF (forms, views, pages, agents, script libraries, java design elements, java libraries etc were untouched.

At the moment I had only open: one server-side JavaScript library and one XPage.

Do you have any explanation for this?

I am running 9.0.1 FP 9.

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4 thoughts on “DDE does disruption (4) – xHausting

  1. philriand 2017-September-13 / 9:28 pm

    Do you have the ‘Build automatically’ option set? In this case, I bet that the XPages files are compiled and saved under your current id.

    • Patrick Kwinten 2017-September-13 / 9:53 pm

      I have build automatically disabled (would be committing a sin otherwise). Never the less why would it build all these xpages/custom controls ? and skip three of them? does not make sense to me.

  2. Denis Kopprasch 2017-September-15 / 8:41 am

    Hi Patrick,

    still busy with notes eh (was we are)?

    We observed the modification of some but not all cc and/or Java classes as well. I suspect it seems to be related to which the text file encoding is set. Make sure that all involved Developers have the same setting. We usually use utf-8 explicitely (set it under General Editor preferences and Project properties), should be controlled for every developer. Usually it gets resetted after wiping the workspace folder/reinstalling notes.

    Hope it helps,
    Denis

    • Patrick Kwinten 2017-September-16 / 11:54 am

      Hi Denis,
      yes still busy in Domino but most delivered in the Java way nowadays which is more convenient. I will check the editor setting as you mentioned. Thank you!

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