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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
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
In the last time I have developed different techniques for manipulating the design elements of XPages applications. While I am still working on a way for manipulating the localization files, I was playing a little bit with DXL imports. Here … Weiterlesen
For one of my customers I am developing an easy way for editing the localization/translation of existing XPages applications: Instead of importing and exporting the property files with the Domino Designer (which is not an option for non-developers) it would … Weiterlesen
While playing a little bit with core XPages functionality I found the interesting VirtualPageTransformer interface. With this interface it is possible to implement “virtual” XPages, and this allows to do something which can be described like an url mapping (the … Weiterlesen
Here is a easy way to use your own factory classes in XPages: 1. Create a file named “com.ibm.xsp.factories.properties” in the WEB-INF-Folder of your NSF 2. In this file, define the factory classes you want to use in … Weiterlesen
Tommy Valand improved the idea: In his solution the isDead method of the NotesBase class is accessed, and this works better, because the method addionally checks for the C object handle. Here you can find the method: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12740889/what-is-the-least-expensive-way-to-test-if-a-view-has-been-recycled Update: If you … Weiterlesen
Update: Please read the second article – there you will find a better version. You will find that the domino java API does not have a suitable method to test if a domino object was already recycled or not. And … Weiterlesen
In one of my current projects it is one of the goals that the members of the field staff have the possibility to sign a report directly on their iPad. After some research I found the very cool jQuery plugin … Weiterlesen