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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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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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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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