Thank you, Nathan!  

By Oliver Busse | 4/13/21 2:29 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Today we mourn for one of our members of the community (aka the Yellow bubble), Nathan T. Freeman. If you are working in the Notes/Domino area for some years you definitely came across this name. Nathan was one of the busiest developers for decades, always exploring the borders of Notes and Domino and way beyond.

Domino 12 beta 3: subtile UI changes  

By Oliver Busse | 4/1/21 12:44 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Now I want to focus on some improvements of the UI of the standard client. I am not talking about the new 64bit basic client which looks like... R6.5 Let's forget about that for a minute There were several posts in the forum about the new workspace, the tabs, the sidebar and the new templates. I also posted my 2 cents to that and look what we got with beta 3: some improvements (I will name those that didn't make to beta 3 in the end).

Testing the Domino 12 backup feature  

By Oliver Busse | 3/31/21 2:22 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

HCL released the 3rd iteration of the public beta today. One of the new features of the server is the integrated backup. HCL implemented a solution called Veeam to run as a new server program. It used a simple configuration and logging database which is a new template to V12 beta 3.

Domino 12 beta 3: CertStore and Trusted Root Certificates  

By Oliver Busse | 3/31/21 2:20 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Man, this is very intense. I am testing the 3rd beta of V12 and it's very dynamic. I posted to the forum, immediately got feedback, commented on other's posts and also got feedback. The people are very busy to check everything out - which is great! This post is about the Certstore and the process to obtain an SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt. With beta 3 you need a valid trusted root certificate set up in this database. There are several options to get it, and this posts is about how.