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Nov 04, 2015

WebService in Lotus Domino: the neverending story about SOAP support

SOAP1.1 -> SOAP1.2 ??

WebService in Lotus Domino: the neverending story about SOAP support

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Almost at the end of 2015, IBM Lotus Domino still seems to not support the protocol for the SOAP 1.2 webservice (both Comsumer and Provider). Really. Why this choice?

In one of my previous post (of two years ago :-) ), I discuss how to manage a webservice consumer based on SOAP 1.2 protocol.

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Jul 28, 2015

How to correctly setup SVN plugin in Lotus Domino Designer

DONT'T FORGET ABOUT THIS....

How to correctly setup SVN plugin in Lotus Domino Designer

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Working with Lotus Domino and SVN plugin, there are some tips that you can't ignore. I'll explain this case that could drive you crazy if not detected

This tip isn't a brand new discovery, but it might help because, IMO, isn't sufficiently warned by Lotus Domino Designer documentation.

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May 15, 2015

How to in install OMD on your new shiny Debian jessie

The OMD brother is watching you

How to in install OMD on your new shiny Debian jessie

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OMD is a magnificent monitoring suite based on Nagios. Its installation can be sometimes tricky. This is how I successfully installed it on my new shiny Debian jessie

OMD developers provide a repository for Debian jessie:

deb http://labs.consol.de/repo/stable/debian jessie main

unluckily, as of today, it is not working.

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Apr 14, 2015

Cookies and XPages: an usage instructions not to fail

MMMMM....WTF?

Cookies and XPages: an usage instructions not to fail

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This article refers to an error that I found using a XPages which passed a cookie set with a particular value, and that generate a strange server side error.

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Jan 07, 2015

New Year's Python Meme 2015

Kilroy was here (╯°□°)╯

New Year's Python Meme 2015

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The beginning of the year is the time for the "Python meme". This is the second time I am partecipating to this "game". Let's enjoy the #2015pythonmeme!

Since some years, at the beginning of the year, it is common for Pythonista to answer a short questionnaire. It seems the whole thing is Tarek's fault... :)

What’s the coolest Python application, framework or library you discovered this year?

Probably the coolest library I started using this year is Pathlib. Pathlib allows to easily and sanely manipulate files and folder. This library became part of Python standard library since version 3.4, but is available as an add on even for Python 2.6.

What new programming technique did you learn this year?

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