Schlagwort-Archive: Spring Boot

Dropping Domino’s HTTP task (3): WebSSO Integration (Part 1)

To integrate the new HTTP stack into the existing environment, we can use LTPA tokens. These tokens are cookies which store the authentication information and allow to share them betweeen different participating Domino servers. A users must log on only … Weiterlesen

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Dropping Domino’s HTTP task (2): Running in User Context

To use the approach as an alternative to Domino’s HTTP task, we need support for the different user contexts, because using NotesFactory.createSession() just creates a session for the current Notes ID used. This goal can be achived by using the … Weiterlesen

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HCL, Domino & node.js

I am very happy to hear that HCL invests in Domino and improves the existing technology stack. But as a German, I have to be sceptical (it’s in our genes), because I can not see any advantage in the integration … Weiterlesen

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Domino & Spring Boot: How does it work

The example Spring Boot Plugin I have published two days ago is a full working example to run Spring Boot applications directly in the Domino HTTP task. It is designed as an OSGi plugin and runs inside the servlet container, … Weiterlesen

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Domino & Spring Boot: An example project

I have uploaded an example for running Spring Boot applications on top of Domino. You can find it here: https://github.com/hasselbach/domino-springboot This solution is running for years in productive environments. Hopefully I will find some time to explain how it works.

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Domino & Spring Boot: ScheduledTasks

When developing Spring Boot applications running on Domino, there is a feature which runs out of the box and makes developers happy: ScheduledTasks. These are the equivalent for agents, but they are running directly in the HTTP task (which allows … Weiterlesen

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