Monthly Archives: November 2012

Source Control Article

I’ve talked about Source control on NotesIn9 several times, and quite honestly I’ll be talking about it more in the future. I feel it’s that important to a Domino Developer. Today I just wanted to share an article that Declan sent me regarding Distributed source control like Mercurial and Git. Mercurial is what I use [...]

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NotesIn9 091: XPages Memory Profiling Part 1

In this show I will demonstrate how to install the YourKit Java profiling application on your Domino server. This application is used to detail the inner workings of the server and your XPages applications. Specifically it is supposed to help find memory leaks. Because the Domino objects that XPages use are based on Java and [...]

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NotesIn9 90: XPages Google Hangout

This is a different show NotesIn9. I’m basically re-broadcasting a Google Hangout that Chris Toohey put together with a couple of us discussing XPages. The panel includes Paul Calhoun and Russ Maher as well as myself and Chris. So no real tips here. Just about 50 minutes worth of XPages talk. Chris might continue to [...]

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NotesIn9 089: Basic XPages Troubleshooting

In this show, Kate, a NotesIn9 viewer, emailed me about a problem she was having. Kate is new to XPages and she was able to create a cut down database showing the problem. She sent it to me so I could take a look at it. While she thought the problem was related to scoped [...]

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NotesIn9 088: Using Google Maps with XPages

In this episode we welcome another a brand new contributor! I’m excited to get Martin Meijer on the show to talk about the XPages Google Maps custom control that he created for OpenNTF.org. He’ll show what you can do with it and how to use it.

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NotesIn9 087: Getting started with XPages REST Custom Control

In this show Brian Moore returns to talk to us about using the XPages REST custom control. This control is found in either the Update Pack or the Ext. Library itself. He also talks a bit about using JSON and validating and testing your JSON and REST code. In other notes, I was recently featured [...]

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NotesIn9 086: Sharing Managed Beans in XPages Part 3

In this show Russ Maher concludes his three part series on sharing Bean data inside your XPages applicaton.  In today’s show he’ll talk about using Managed Properties. Over the course of this series Russ has taught us a lot about Beans, Java, XPages/JSF concepts like variable resolvers and now Managed Properties for Beans. I want [...]

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NotesIn9 085: Sharing Managed Beans in XPages Part 2

In this show Russ Maher comes back on with the 2nd part his 3 part series on creating and working with Java managed Beans in XPages.  While the purpose of this episode is to share data between multiple beans, and it’s not a pure “getting started with beans”, there’s a lot of good beginner information [...]

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NotesIn9 084: Sharing Managed Beans in XPages

This show is the first part in a 3 part series from another new contributor to NotesIn9.  I’m very excited to bring onto the show Russ Maher who is an excellent XPages developer and speaker.  Russ is going to show us how you can use Managed beans to solve a business problem in XPages. Since [...]

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