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Seit 2003 als freiberuflicher Entwickler deutschlandweit im Einsatz, mit dem Schwerpunkten Lotus Notes & XPages, Spring, Java & OSGi
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Because my old snippet does not work anymore for ND9 (the IBM changed the internal methods / objects) I had to create a new way to disable the validation of the FileDownload control. Now I have switched to a PhaseListener … Weiterlesen
One of my customers wanted an easy way for printing XPages in different formats and with different content, depending of the current XPage opened in the browser. It was a requirement to develope a global solution for every XPage-based application … Weiterlesen
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
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
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
A really interesting article about running your own servlets on domino server can be found here: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/cn/lotus/xpage-servlet/index.html It’s chinese, but you can translate f.e. with Google’s Translator. With 8.5.3 I had have some problems because the required interface IServletFactory could … Weiterlesen
There is another interface available which provides the additional method applicationRefreshed. This event is always raised if the method refresh() of the Application-Object is fired. Instead of implement the interface described in the previous posting, you have to use the … Weiterlesen
If you want to get a handle to application events and want to know if a XPages application is created or destroyed (which means the application was destroyed because of a time out), you can implement this by creating your … Weiterlesen
Yesterday I read the very interessting question from Daniele Grillo at stackoverflow.com: Is a datasource available for XPages who can access the underlying document with different access levels? I have never seen one before, so I decided to do some … Weiterlesen