VOP: Mail database is not ready 

By Michael Ruhnau | 2/16/17 8:30 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

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.

IBM Verse on Premises integration with Connections Files. How to make it work 

By Roberto Boccadoro | 2/15/17 11:43 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I installed Verse on Premises in my environment but when I tried to add a link to a file in Connections when composing an email I got an error “Sorry we cannot retrieve your files at the moment”. After a chat with my excellent friend and IBM Champion Christoph Stoettner, he found the problem and the solution.

Domino SingleSignOn - Level 2 - Self Service Password Reset Application 

By Thomas Hampel | 2/14/17 4:16 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Based on a recent discussion with a customer it seems there still is not enough information on how to simplify authentication for Notes/Domino users. This is the second post our of a series of blog posts describing how to move from password based to seamless authentication.

XPages webmail – Using Mime Inspector to debug Mime 

By Cameron Gregor | 2/14/17 3:35 PM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

In a previous post in this series I did a bit of an overview on how MIME works. We also did a little bit about how MIME works in XPages + Domino land. With this knowledge in hand we can now start to analyse the different ways a ‘Pretty words, pictures and attachments’ can be stored in the document.

Fix Your Own Computer And Advanced Backups 

By Keith Brooks | 2/14/17 3:13 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I did these two sessions today as part of the technical track "SpeedGeeking" sessions. The Backup one was more of an interactive session with a link to numerous free and not so free backup software options.

Social Connections 11 Chicago Venue decided. We are going to Summit West on June 1st and 2nd! - Social Connections Social Connections 

By Social Connections | 2/14/17 2:32 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

After a frantic couple of weeks, the searching, comparing, discussing and negotiating is over! We have made the choice, signed the contract so it is official – It’s gonna be Summit West that will host Social Connections 11 in Chicago. The event will take place June 1 & 2 in this amazing downtown location!

IBM Connect 2017 

By Paul Withers | 2/13/17 1:56 PM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

With a little over a week to go, IBM Connect 2017 looks set to be as busy as ever. 2016 was a challenging year as a Domino developer, testing the faith and patience of many. My attendance at IBM Connect as a speaker, Business Partner and IBM Champion may seem “business as usual”, but it has not been a straightforward journey. So I hope the experience is as positive as last year but with a more positive rest of the year.

Why companies should train their employees in IT-Security today 

By Fredrik Norling | 2/13/17 12:50 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

Demands what and what not the employees do on their computers becomes more and more important. Some examples, a person comes in to the reception desk with a presentation with coffee stains on it. Asks to get a new copy, please it’s on my USB drive.

Pasting Images into XPages CKEditor 

By Cameron Gregor | 2/13/17 1:03 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by John Oldenburger

Programs like ‘Snipping Tool’ on Windows, are super useful for users to make a quick snapshot, do some quick markup on the image, paste into chat/email and send. Unfortunately when using the default configuration of CKEditor in XPages (the inputRichText control), support for pasting images is not available for all browsers, and even for the ones that do support it, the images are only pasted as a PNG data URI.

File compare tool in Domino Designer 

By Csaba Kiss | 2/9/17 3:17 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

This is a quick tip how to use the convenient built-in Eclipse file comparison tool in DDE. Some of us have multiple applications that share the same or similar structure with different data. Then you decide to update a custom control in one application.

Setting Names, Readers and Authors the ODA Way 

By Paul Withers | 2/8/17 8:43 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by John Oldenburger

No matter how long you work with an API, there can still be surprises. Yesterday proved one of those for me. While troubleshooting an issue for someone with setting an Authors field in a document (it turned out there was an obscure bug that meant it was trying to recycle a String in a Vector), I shared two ways I’ve been setting Readers or Authors fields in an application using OpenNTF Domino API for a while.

Using IBM Verse (and Notes) to Keep Track of My Traveling Plans 

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 2/7/17 4:24 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I’m a pretty disorganized person who had to force myself to become organized. And I have succeeded pretty well with it, even if I do have a few relapses now and then.

Details about JVM 1.8 Update in Notes/Domino 9.0.1 FP8 

By Daniel Nashed | 2/5/17 6:06 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

After my post I got a couple of offline and online questions about details for JVM 1.8 in the Notes Client. The release notes will be update but here is the comment from Scott in case you missed it in the comments.

Bye Eclipse, hello IntelliJ Ultimate 

By Frank van der Linden | 2/4/17 5:41 AM | App Dev - Bluemix | Added by Oliver Busse

In January I started on a new role, Full Stack developer at Rabobank. One of the developers in my team is a big fan of IntelliJ from JetBrains, so I gave it a try over the past weeks. I must say I don’t miss Eclipse at all. Currently I am running it on macOS, but also in a VDI of the customer, which runs Windows.

Protecting your Domino servers from the clickjacking hack 

By Kim Greene | 2/3/17 9:25 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

There is a hack called clickjacking that can happen on web servers, including Domino. Here are the details on how clickjacking can impact web sites. An attacker performs a clickjacking attack by creating a site on the Internet, which contains inline frames (iframes) that can display content from the application.

IBM Presents the Notes Domino Application Modernization Plan 

By John Oldenburger | 2/1/17 5:06 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

On March 7th a very interesting webinar will be organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Application Modernization Plan, by Barry Rosen (IBM) and Adam Kesner (IBM).

Lotus Evangelist: Me? At a Hackathon? Lead a team? What? 

By Keith Brooks | 1/31/17 9:58 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

I submitted a topic for Alan Hamilton's IBM Connect Hackathon which takes place the day before the event. It was accepted, my team "Domino Tweets" is good to go! Our Motto : Stay at the pub longer, we'll tweet you if we need you, love your Domino Server!

Websocket overview/tutorial video 

By Csaba Kiss | 1/30/17 5:09 PM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

I promised an overview video of the websocket enabled XPage application that we created during the websocket tutorial series. Here is a 30-minute detailed explanation how the application works. I hope you enjoy it!

IBM Verse – Calendar Inbox 

By Andreas Ponte | 1/30/17 2:43 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by John Oldenburger

Last week the IBM Verse Calendar (Cloud only for now..) got a major redesign. It had been announced some time ago, finally it has been released and I must say, well done IBM. It has a nice design and the enhanced functionality helps organizing your “calendar day”.

Git Flow, Maven, ODA and Domino FP8 

By Paul Withers | 1/27/17 5:05 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

The last few weeks quite a large amount of my work has been outside the NSF, so using more standard development tools in a more standard environment. There have been some challenges but also some refreshing experiences.

The Famous Lotusphere Pretzel Cookie 

By David Leedy | 1/26/17 2:43 PM | Community - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

One of the many legendary things from the conference once called “Lotusphere” was the “Pretzel Cookie” that was provided in the box lunch on the last day. If, like me, you’re not able to go to the conference this year but don’t want to miss out on the famous cookie I present to you 2 options.

Shrinking the 0.44 MB large IBM Domino favicon.ico to something useful 

By Jesper Kiær | 1/26/17 3:31 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Normally favicons are very tiny graphic files, just a few KB in size. But to my surprise I saw that the IBM Domino favicon was a whopping 449,4 KB in size . and took over 0.7 seconds to load

Custom JSON Serialization With GSON 

By Eric McCormick | 1/23/17 9:40 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by John Oldenburger

Here’s a curious one, in which I found myself with a limitation of not being able to output JSON with scientific notation values. If you’re wondering why that is, since both JSON and JavaScript allow scientific notation of number values, you are absolutely correct and that’s a great question.

Project Spotlight: HR Assistant 

By OpenNTF | 1/23/17 3:35 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

Last year OpenNTF jointly hosted an ICS development contest with IBM with a difference: there had to be a team involved. The winners were Frank van der Linden and Frederic Dehedin. The application covered a variety of technologies, including Bluemix, Cloudant, and Watson. It also used the Jackson JSON Mapper Frank also submitted to OpenNTF and which has been covered on this blog before.