HCL SafeLinx – Performance for Nomad  

By Milan Matejic | 9/16/21 1:29 AM | Infrastructure - SafeLinx | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

If you are planing to deploy HCL Nomad and you are unsure about the hardware needed for the HCL SafeLinx server, make sure to read the recently published knowledge base article "HCL SafeLinx Performance for Nomad". It offers important performance insights for HCL SafeLinx and HCL Nomad, and shows just how cost-effective HCL SafeLinx is.

Verse iOS 12.0.3 breaks connection to Traveler when configured wrong  

By Remco Angioni | 9/14/21 9:57 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

When there is a difference between the External Server URL, and the one you use configuring the iPhone Verse devices, you will see that the connection is now broken using version 12.0.3

HCL Docs 201, some essential info for newbie to be able to install it on Linux  

By Matteo Bisi | 9/10/21 1:51 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As you know , HCL Connections have a complementary sw named Docs, that is able to add the feature to view/edit "office" files inside Connections directly into the Browser. During last years I've installed several of this, some complete, some limited to the Viewer/Converter part and what I like to write is the official docs it's a total mess and for a newbie it's not useful and full of wrong advice.

Tika in Notes/Domino  

By Daniel Nashed | 9/10/21 1:50 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

At DNUG Domino this week there have been some interesting questions how Tika works and how it could be used to search attachments. I explained that Tika is only used in the back-end by Notes/Domino to index the attachments and it not used for searching attachments. So Tika feeds attachment text extracts into the Indexing process and is not part of the search operations. Tika replaced the old legacy external code "Key view package" used for a long time. Tika is an open source Apache project.

OpenNTF September Webinar - Domino Online Meeting Integration (DOMI)  

By OpenNTF | 9/6/21 3:18 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Many of our users rely on other meeting tools like Zoom, Teams, Webex, and GoToMeeting. Now Notes users can use their Notes client to integrate these meeting tools. Create, update, and delete meetings from right within Notes! This webinar will focus on what DOMI is, how to install it, how it works, how to extend it, and troubleshooting. The webinar will also dive deeper into parts that might be useful for your own day-to-day development

Call for nomination for OpenNTF Board Members  

By OpenNTF | 9/6/21 3:17 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

It's the time of year when elections are opening for the OpenNTF board. We have five Member Directors up for election this year. Anyone interested in standing submit their names and a candidate statement to ip-manager at openntf.org.

Domino Keep, an modern API for Domino  

By Andrew Magerman | 8/21/21 3:10 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

OpenNTF organised a webinar in July 2021 showcasing Domino Keep which we had the pleasure of attending. Many of the improvements that HCL brought to the Domino/Notes stack has “catching up”: mostly self-evident improvements from accumulated feedback from domino developers. These improvements, though, have until now been unable to break the “yellow bubble”: Companies still needs extremely specialized developers and admins if they want to change anything or create anything in their Domino infrastructure.

Group 3 Languages for HCL Notes and Domino 11.0.1  

By Thomas Hampel | 8/19/21 1:33 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Good news: HCL Notes 11.0.1 is now available in even more languages! You asked for it (see DOMINO-I-831 and NTS-I-842), so in addition to the 16 languages the Notes client was already providing, HCL is delivering nine more language translations.