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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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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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Creating a Servlet for IBM Domino

Another tool in your Web Development toolbox… Over a few posts I’m going to build a Servlet in Java and deploy it on a Domino server and progressively make it do more useful things. The next few posts will cover:

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Creating a basic Domino Servlet

All of the code will be provided in a database I have to figure out how to make it available since free WordPress.com accounts don’t allow the storing of zip files.  Perhaps I could share a Dropbox folder? If you’ve

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Good xPage Foundations

I’m starting a new xPage project.  A little early to start writing code but I’m laying the foundations after gathering some requirements and sketching an architecture. Perhaps you’d be interested in my foundations and you might have some you could

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On getting to there (XPages fluency) from here

I recently got involved in a couple of brief discussions about continuing professional development.  Both were in the context of transitioning from traditional IBM/Lotus Notes & Domino development to the new cheese of XPages. In the discussion we recognised that

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