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  1. <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><rss xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:openSearch="http://a9.com/-/spec/opensearchrss/1.0/" xmlns:blogger="http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008" xmlns:georss="http://www.georss.org/georss" xmlns:gd="http://schemas.google.com/g/2005" xmlns:thr="http://purl.org/syndication/thread/1.0" version="2.0"><channel><atom:id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827</atom:id><lastBuildDate>Wed, 22 Mar 2017 23:11:42 +0000</lastBuildDate><category>IBM</category><category>Domino</category><category>Tips</category><category>Coding</category><category>XPages</category><category>Java</category><category>Designer</category><category>Development</category><category>Eclipse</category><category>bluemix</category><category>Calendar</category><category>DOTS</category><category>ExtLib</category><category>OSGi</category><category>Tasklets</category><category>WebServices</category><category>Administration</category><category>Configuration</category><category>Links</category><category>Mail</category><category>OpenNTF</category><category>Security</category><category>getting-started</category><category>iNotes</category><category>ibmconnect</category><category>ibmconnect2016</category><category>ls2016</category><category>verse</category><category>Appathon</category><category>Authentication</category><category>CSJS</category><category>Client-side</category><category>Control</category><category>Gamification</category><category>Git</category><category>GitLab</category><category>HTTPS</category><category>Image</category><category>JavaScript</category><category>LotusScript</category><category>Mercurial</category><category>Migration</category><category>Notes</category><category>Outlook</category><category>SCM</category><category>SSL</category><category>SVN</category><category>SourceControl</category><category>Subversive</category><category>TeamRoom</category><category>WebSiteRules</category><category>about</category><category>java.policy</category><category>lessonlearned</category><category>vop</category><title>mruhnau.net</title><description>a blog by Michael Ruhnau about app dev, tech stuff and more...</description><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/</link><managingEditor>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</managingEditor><generator>Blogger</generator><openSearch:totalResults>23</openSearch:totalResults><openSearch:startIndex>1</openSearch:startIndex><openSearch:itemsPerPage>25</openSearch:itemsPerPage><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-1329171634028551940</guid><pubDate>Fri, 17 Feb 2017 05:47:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2017-02-17T08:31:21.624+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Eclipse</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Java</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><title>Quick tip: moving an Eclipse project to another folder</title><atom:summary type="text">I am restructuring some projects on my local machine. Usually I don&#39;t want to touch a running project but since I have the opportunity to use an internal Bitbucket server now at my workplace I also want to have all my local project source files on one location.
  2. So this is how I moved the project source files to another location on my local machine:
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  4. Open Eclipse and go to the Package Explorer </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2017/02/quick-tip-moving-eclipse-project-to.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-WclEIumyKgs/WKWHpzle3II/AAAAAAAAA2U/f5JPaqWhFMsF2QWOWkiXkWC75KX2JwSLACLcB/s72-c/eclipse1.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-2492430497691248908</guid><pubDate>Thu, 16 Feb 2017 10:47:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2017-02-16T11:47:37.461+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">lessonlearned</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Mail</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">verse</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">vop</category><title>VOP: Mail database is not ready</title><atom:summary type="text">We have been running an IBM Verse on Premise (VOP) pilot in our company for quite some time now. We started last year with the beta version of IBM Verse and upgraded toi the Gold version a couple of weeks ag. After the upgrade, I had an issue opening my inbox. The following error message occured:
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  12. The REST call to retrieve the inbox </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2017/02/vop-mail-database-is-not-ready.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-XzR-K7gSxg8/WKWAEDaPKwI/AAAAAAAAA2A/Cje7UiTsdPEulwYl1KWTD89LrLstxH2hACLcB/s72-c/vop1.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>2</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-8070970496960996500</guid><pubDate>Wed, 03 Feb 2016 09:16:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2016-02-03T10:17:48.509+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ibmconnect</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ibmconnect2016</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ls2016</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">verse</category><title>IBM Connect 2016 musings from remote</title><atom:summary type="text">Disclaimer: I do not attend IBM Connect this year. So my conclusions are based on various news channels like Twitter and Blogs.
  13. Nevertheless, I dare to reflect on some of the announcements that made the long way over the atlantic to good old Europe via Internet :-). As I am an application developer my list might be a bit development-centric though. So let&#39;s get started:
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  15. &quot;most of XPages&quot; will be </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2016/02/ibm-connect-2016-musings-from-remote.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-4005091160424325348</guid><pubDate>Tue, 02 Feb 2016 10:46:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2016-02-04T14:53:39.708+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ibmconnect</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ibmconnect2016</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ls2016</category><title>IBM Connect 2016: some interesting reviews (updated)</title><atom:summary type="text">I am not attendting IBM Connect formerly known as Lotusphere this year. If you also didn&#39;t make it to Orlando this year I recommend these posts:
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  17. Watch the Opening General Session at ibmgo.com/connect/
  18. IBM Connect 2016: So Bill Gates walks into a bar... by IBMRockStar Rob Novak: http://ibmrockstar.com/2016/02/connect-2016/
  19. A summary of IBM Connect day 1 by Jacob Andersson: https://</atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2016/02/ibm-connect-2016-some-intersting-reviews.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>3</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-437948051382952726</guid><pubDate>Sun, 31 Jan 2016 20:22:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2016-01-31T21:24:29.555+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">bluemix</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Designer</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Development</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Security</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>XPages on IBM Bluemix - working with wrong ID file</title><atom:summary type="text">This is an easy one, but I still think it is worth mentioning all the different findings about a new technology like IBM Bluemix. During my tests with XPages on IBM Bluemix, I once made a little mistake. I forgot to switch to the IBM Bluemix ID file before I started modifying the design of the Bluemix app.
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  112. </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2015/12/image-processing-using-jaxaxt-in-notes.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-5238982401805762724</guid><pubDate>Mon, 20 Jul 2015 20:19:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2015-07-20T22:19:16.779+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">bluemix</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>Limitations with multiple instances of XPages applications on IBM Bluemix</title><atom:summary type="text">I discovered some &quot;limitations&quot; or caveats while I was playing with XPages on IBM Bluemix tonight. I setup two instances of the To Do Boilerplate.
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  114. The first thing that annoyed me is that the import of the Bluemix
  115. Starter code of the second instance replaced the NSF of my first To Do
  116. app. The good news is that Domino Designer asks before the app will be overwritten :-)
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  119. If you choose &quot;No&quot;, the</atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2015/07/limitations-with-multiple-instances-of.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-5yNzC_vhNcc/Va1QHATRR8I/AAAAAAAAAYs/3GORc4KWkPI/s72-c/03.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>2</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-1372925214908459131</guid><pubDate>Mon, 20 Jul 2015 08:01:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2015-07-20T10:02:12.556+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">bluemix</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">getting-started</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>Getting started with XPages on IBM Bluemix - part II</title><atom:summary type="text">I was able to setup my first XPages Demo Application on IBM Bluemix and prepare everything to start customizing the demo app in Domino Designer. Now I want to get my fingers on the database design
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  121. Before you get started with importing the database from Bluemix into Domino Designer, Designer has to be configured to work with Bluemix. In the preferences under &quot;Domino Designer - IBM Bluemix&quot; you </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2015/07/getting-started-with-ibm-bluemix-part-ii.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-XUHv3S6Kyms/VayZGDz44iI/AAAAAAAAAW0/ILwIyPib9VA/s72-c/00.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-7733090722839463926</guid><pubDate>Sat, 18 Jul 2015 17:35:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2015-07-18T19:35:18.227+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">bluemix</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Designer</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ExtLib</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">getting-started</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>Getting started with XPages on IBM Bluemix - part I</title><atom:summary type="text">
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  125.  Well, finally it is Friday. It&#39;s been a busy week with a nice flow of Domino related development work. And tonight I wanted to take the chance to get my fingers on XPages on IBM Bluemix. So this blog post is about the steps it took me to get started...
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  128. As I do not want this experimental stuff to interfere with my work related projects I first started to update my private laptop to the </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2015/07/getting-started-with-xpages-on-ibm.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-HyfNMIoTl1Q/ValWotDKXGI/AAAAAAAAAUk/JoqkdEgmrAI/s72-c/01.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-4599177742758652026</guid><pubDate>Wed, 18 Mar 2015 12:20:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2015-03-18T13:22:52.638+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Calendar</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Mail</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Migration</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Notes</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Outlook</category><title>Your help needed: Jump-start guide to IBM Notes for Outlook users</title><atom:summary type="text">At my workplace we are about to start with migrating a decent amount of users from Exchange/Outlook to Notes 9. Yes, this still happens and I am quite excited about that ;-)
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  130. After a user has been migrated we want to provide access to useful information. What we already have is explaining general things like FAQs about using Mail and Calendar, enable Out of Office, Signature etc...
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  132. On top of </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2015/03/your-help-needed-jump-start-guide-to.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>11</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-2016220989130672036</guid><pubDate>Tue, 17 Mar 2015 05:59:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2015-03-17T12:48:40.499+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Configuration</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Java</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">java.policy</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Security</category><title>Apply Java Permissions to Domino Agents at runtime - again ;-)</title><atom:summary type="text">This post is supposed to be read by developers only. Admins, please move on ;-)
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  134. I have an agent which is used to make SFTP file transfers from Domino to our corporate SAP system. It&#39;s an interesting project and I am exploring new stuff on a daily basis :-)
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  137. The agent opens an SFTP session on a remote host. Unfortunately this is forbidden by Java </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2015/03/apply-java-permissions-to-notes-agents.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-2281818291967090869</guid><pubDate>Thu, 05 Jun 2014 15:18:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2014-06-05T17:18:13.558+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Development</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Java</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">LotusScript</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">WebServices</category><title>How to overcome Domino Webservice Timeout issues</title><atom:summary type="text">Many of you might be aware of the restriction described here. I was not, and it caused me and my colleague quite some time to investigate, and fix this. Additionally, it caused us a lot of pain, because this issue increased the pressure on our project. So this might be relevant to some of you too...
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  139. So this is the story: We had a very annoying issue with a Domino WebService Consumer which was </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2014/06/how-to-overcome-domino-webservice.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-9084955205387181462</guid><pubDate>Thu, 08 May 2014 14:29:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2014-05-08T17:23:12.058+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Client-side</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">CSJS</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Development</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">JavaScript</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><title>Extract Top-Level-Domain from a URL using client-side JavaScript</title><atom:summary type="text">
  140. I needed a way to extract the top-level-domain from a url in a client-side javascript. I use the window.location object to achieve this (as I needed it in a CSJS anyway). There might be an easier way to do this, but this is my version of doing this:
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  146.      var hostName = </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2014/05/extract-top-level-domain-from-url.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>3</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-609444394869007571</guid><pubDate>Thu, 16 Jan 2014 10:00:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2014-01-16T11:14:12.280+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Designer</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Development</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Eclipse</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Git</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">GitLab</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Mercurial</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">SCM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">SourceControl</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Subversive</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">SVN</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>Some thoughts on Source Control Management for XPages development</title><atom:summary type="text">In my career as a Domino developer I have been playing with various Source Control Managent solutions already. I used TeamStudio Ciao! for many many years and this tool proved to be a life saver in many occasions already. So I owe some drinks to the guys from TeamStudio... (don&#39;t tell them!!)
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  149. Did you know that you can override session based authentication
  150. based on URL patterns?‎ Yes? Lucky you, I didn`t. I honestly admit it: I am more a developer
  151. than an admin ;-). The feature dates back to R7.0.2 so I must have been missed something at that time...
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  155. In one of my
  156. projects domino provides a web service which can be consumed by a
  157. 3rd-party-system. All sites on that server (R8.5)</atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2014/01/today-i-learned-how-to-override-session.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-74O41uSmHn4/Us1bHsjTk2I/AAAAAAAAALU/nvmtJ-X7oeM/s72-c/override.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>1</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-6071131819107412832</guid><pubDate>Thu, 28 Nov 2013 15:58:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-11-28T16:58:37.789+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Administration</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">HTTPS</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">SSL</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">WebServices</category><title>Domino Web Services SSL Error - Keyring file not found</title><atom:summary type="text">Today I came across a strange behaviour on our Domino (R9.0.1) server.
  158. We have a database with a web service consumer. This Web Service consumer is used by a schedules background agent. The Web Service makes calls to a third party system using https.
  159. The Domino Web Server is configured using Internet Site documents. All https traffic and calls to the server worked perfectly fine from the evry </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/11/domino-web-services-ssl-error-keyring.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-0YM51u67uBM/Updm8FK5pPI/AAAAAAAAAIY/2A6AR2cCpP8/s72-c/ssl01.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-3261241493424787657</guid><pubDate>Tue, 19 Nov 2013 11:05:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-11-19T12:32:43.495+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">DOTS</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Eclipse</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Java</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">OSGi</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tasklets</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><title>DOTS: Logging to server console and log.nsf (part2)</title><atom:summary type="text">In my previous blog post I showed how I implemented console logging in my DOTS projects. As I mentioned already yesterday, I prefer using logMessage respectively logException which are both implemented in the ServerConsole class of DOTS.
  160. Both methods can easily be used directly inside your tasklet. When my first tasklet was growing, I started implmenting my own classes. Thereby I realised that </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/11/dots-logging-to-server-console-and_19.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-qdUKji0IP8A/Uoo0w1LMWWI/AAAAAAAAAHc/TAjo11jItoY/s72-c/dots11.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-2191731038055736882</guid><pubDate>Mon, 18 Nov 2013 16:24:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-11-18T17:24:00.685+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">DOTS</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Eclipse</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Java</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">OSGi</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tasklets</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><title>DOTS: Logging to server console and log.nsf</title><atom:summary type="text">In one of my current development projects I am developing a DOTS server task(let). One thing that I found very annoying is the logging part of DOTS. With logging, I essentially mean - at least in this post - an output to the server console and / or log.nsf. To achieve this, there are basically two different possibilities for logging in your DOTS projects.
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  162.  
  163. Option 1:  System.out.println
  164. As in </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/11/dots-logging-to-server-console-and.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-PvU68lZvJ2A/Uoop_LPyu2I/AAAAAAAAAGU/IkVIwip3xMw/s72-c/dots03.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>4</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-344254246150137243</guid><pubDate>Sat, 16 Nov 2013 09:58:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-11-18T10:47:08.393+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Calendar</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Designer</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ExtLib</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">iNotes</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Links</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">OpenNTF</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">TeamRoom</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>iNotes calendar control - a good example to get started</title><atom:summary type="text">In my previous blog post about the iNotes calendar control, I talked about some issues I was having with the iNotes calendar control which is part of the XPages Extension library. Yes, there are some issues, but to mke a long story short: the control is a great resource. If you want to learn more about this control, I can highly recommend to have look at the latest release of the TeamRoom </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/11/inotes-calendar-control-good-example-to.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Xc0PA1PC6rw/UoXsBXuemtI/AAAAAAAAAFs/Kx5dmJHOVIc/s72-c/iNotes05.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-1579104925239571465</guid><pubDate>Fri, 15 Nov 2013 10:47:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-11-15T16:25:50.775+01:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Calendar</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Coding</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Control</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Designer</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">ExtLib</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">iNotes</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tips</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>XPages iNotes Calendar control - Events oddities</title><atom:summary type="text">While working in one of our projects with the iNotes calendar control I experienced some oddities with the Events of this control. What I wanted to achieve is that some magic happens when clicking somewhere inside the control - e. g. opening the entry on which the user clicks... Should be pretty straightforward, I was thinking. Stupid me! As usual the devil&#39;s in the details.
  165.  
  166. I started by </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/11/xpages-inotes-calendar-control-events.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-nKFZgDx6QcE/UoXh--YFCEI/AAAAAAAAAFA/fWG3vn_6vWE/s72-c/iNotes01.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>1</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-4935206754796098488</guid><pubDate>Sat, 14 Sep 2013 20:34:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-09-16T09:39:10.936+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Domino</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">DOTS</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Eclipse</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">IBM</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Java</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Links</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">OSGi</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Tasklets</category><title>Domino OSGi Tasklet Services - some useful links</title><atom:summary type="text">I am currently working on a DOTS project. Since I have started this project I benefited a lot from various community resources out there. First of all, thank you very much to the originating authors for sharing these resources with all of us! I was thinking that starting a link collection for DOTS might be a good idea for others who want dive deeper in this topic...
  167.  
  168. So this is a list of some </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/09/dots-links.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>4</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-1737491443026076095</guid><pubDate>Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:22:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-06-26T10:22:54.393+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Appathon</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">Gamification</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">OpenNTF</category><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">XPages</category><title>XPages Gamification on OpenNTF</title><atom:summary type="text">
  169.  
  170.  
  171.  
  172.  
  173.  
  174. Last Sunday I uploaded my first OpenSource project XPages Gamification on OpenNTF. This is my contribution to the Appathon XPages development contest and my first open-sourced application ever.
  175.  
  176. I am really excited about this new experience: coding an app just for fun (yes, fun!), submitting the code to the community (plus for a judgement). I already can say for sure that it was worth the </atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/06/xpages-gamification-on-openntf.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><media:thumbnail xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" url="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-iZCzlwObvkA/UcqiPpZ9IGI/AAAAAAAAAC4/hYnYM-_tzug/s72-c/appathon_webgate_small.png" height="72" width="72"/><thr:total>0</thr:total></item><item><guid isPermaLink="false">tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9117663938932366827.post-8956947127631223473</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2013 21:14:00 +0000</pubDate><atom:updated>2013-06-25T23:15:21.109+02:00</atom:updated><category domain="http://www.blogger.com/atom/ns#">about</category><title></title><atom:summary type="text"> Thank you for stopping by here :-) 
  177.  
  178. My name is Michael Ruhnau. This is my new blog about IBM Notes &amp; Domino, XPages and... well, let&#39;s see what else.  I have been working with Notes for about 15  years - most of the time as an application developer and consultant. Find out more about me here.
  179.  
  180. Starting a blog is something I wanted to do for a long time. After all these years working with Notes</atom:summary><link>http://www.mruhnau.net/2013/06/thank-you-for-stopping-by-here-my-name.html</link><author>[email protected] (Michael Ruhnau)</author><thr:total>0</thr:total></item></channel></rss>

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