Archiv der Kategorie: ServerSide JavaScript

XPages: Running Google’s Chrome V8 Javascript Engine (2)

A while ago I tried to run Google’s V8 Javascript engine on top of XPages, and today I found the reason why my server crashed after the first click: I have tried to load the engine only once (statically), and … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Running Google’s Chrome V8 Javascript Engine

After answering a question on Stackoverflow.com about the Prototype problematic in the XPages SSJS engine, I thought of running another Javascript engine on top of Domino. While you can use the JavaScripting API JSR223, I choosed the jav8 project for … Weiterlesen

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XPages: SSJS & How you can have fun at the office

This article is a demonstration of what harmful things you can do when using the SSJS & prototyping wrong (described here by the great Mark Roden). Don’t do that! Especially not on a productive server!   Wanna have a lot … Weiterlesen

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Quick-n-Dirty: Ajax Fileuploads

Here is an example how to upload a file with Ajax to a XPage. It is a simple Javascript, and adds the required fields to the xhr request. This example works in FireFox and Chrome and should work on Domino … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Create your own Required Validators

If you try to implement your own JSF Validator (by implementing javax.faces.validator.Validator), you will notice that you are unable to check for an empty value. The reason for this is rather simple: The method validate() is only called, if there … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Dojo 1.8.1 & jQuery Mobile 1.3.1

As David Leedy got into trouble with Dojo 1.8.1 and jQuery Mobile 1.3.1  and after reading the follow up from Ulrich Krause with the analysis of the problem, I thought that this problem is caused from the AMD loader of … Weiterlesen

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Quick-n-Dirty: How to add HTML 5 events

One way for adding unsupported events to an XPage or a component is the trick from Keith. But this is limited to CSJS only. If you need to execute a server side event, you just need change the name of … Weiterlesen

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A performance bottleneck?

Paul Withers wrote an very interesting article about the difference between a passthrough UIComponents and the corresponding XPages elements. This means the use of <br> instead a <xp:br>, or a <div> instead of a <xp:div>. A while ago I have … Weiterlesen

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Quick-n-Dirty: Disable all validators at once

In a larger project there are a lot of forms to fill in, each form has many fields with validators and converters. During the development of the workflow it was really helpful to disable all validators at once by using … Weiterlesen

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XPages: compositeData is undefined

An interesting question was asked on StackOverflow.com: The compositeData of custom control is undefined in beforeRenderResponse event. I have never noticed this before, but if you are accessing the compositeData object in the before-, afterRenderResponse or the afterRestoreView event, the … Weiterlesen

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