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Reusing some existing java code in my xpage application now that who is asking is important

I’m not sure what I should have called this little tip but Imagine the scenario: I have a lot of code I’ve already written and packaged up as a servlet which interacts with Notes/Domino and creates a session using it’s own

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Thanks Bruce Elgort!

Once upon a time I had an idea for a site where we might, in a small way, do for BlackBerry what openNTF had done for Notes & Domino, that was opencod.org (some kind of Japanese backup company uses the

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Quick tip: Openlog and the Field is too large (32k) POS.

Openlog is great. The work Paul Withers, Tim Tripcony, Nathan T Freeman, and Julian Robichaux have done in making it available for us to use in our Java programs is great too. Sadly the “Field is too large …..” error

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Jamie Smart’s Clarity: Review

Clarity by Jamie Smart I have a busy mind. I often feel that I’m racing from one commitment to another getting stressed because traffic is slow or because I’ve so badly robbed the time I owe Peter that I’ve stolen

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OSGi development from Connect 2013

Paul Fiore has been good enough to share his Show112 slides from Connect 2013. So if you want to know how to set up Eclipse to develop OSGi plugins these slides will really help.

http://www.slideshare.net/fiorep/domino-osgi-development

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OpenLogging from an OSGi Servlet

Further to the last post on OpenLog which works nicely for Servlets that are contained within an NSF.  What if you want to use OpenLog in your OSGi Plugin Servlet? If you follow the instructions in the previous post but

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Adding logging to your Servlet or DOTS task (By Borrowing Code)

I have to thank  Paul Withers, Nathan T. Freeman & Tim Tripcony for the core of this article because they created the Logging Class I steal, borrow and hack modify.  I have to thank the very great Julian Robichaux (and Rob McDonagh who

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A visit to the Cambridge Science Centre

A half Term visit to the Cambridge Science Centre

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A couple of quick tips: The Domino Debug Plugin & Eclipse

Because of the security issues that apply to Servlets created with an NSF* I’ve started to develop a new Servlet as an OSGi plugin. The slide deck from SHOW112 at Lotusphere 2012 (Presented by David Taieb, Paul Fiore and Elizabeth

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So you want your Servlet to get an authenticated session from Domino

It seems a like a pretty fundamental question, in a running Servlet I want to access Domino resources that I have wisely protected using the the very fine security of IBM Notes and Domino. I want the Servlet to be able to

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