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Andrea Baglioni

Apr 02, 2014

The new "magic" world of Java Applet signing: what changes

Elevator to Hell??

The new "magic" world of Java Applet signing: what changes

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Starting with Java SE 7 Update 21 in April 2013 Java Applets are encouraged to be signed with a trusted certificate. And something more starting with 7u25...

Introduction

This is a true story!

It's about my adventure inside applets, Java security, signing and so on.

Everything starts with this article, directly from Oracle:

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Feb 06, 2014

XPages and Managed Bean: a new way to process Notes documents

Beans, beans, beans....

XPages and Managed Bean: a new way to process Notes documents

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In this article I want to show an useful method to manage Notes documents using Managed Java Bean and Xpages, instead of the traditional way used so far

Starting from Lotus Domino 8.5, with coming of XPages but especially with the latest releases (9.0 and 9.1), application development is completely changed, especially if you are an "old-style" Domino developer.

XPages and Extension Library fully integrated, together with API as replacement for lotus.domino package, now provides a brand new approach to manage documents, and this is great in terms of performance and reusability.

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Dec 04, 2013

Integration between Webservices and XPages: a true story!

Xpages & Webservices

Integration between Webservices and XPages: a true story!

In this article I'm going to tell you about an experience I had having to make a webservice consumer based on SOAP 1.2, and some issues (still unresolved) I encountered

The goal

I have to create a webservice consumer in Lotus Domino using the WSDL provided.

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Oct 22, 2013

A brand new Javascript library for progress activity monitoring

XPages with pace.js

A brand new Javascript library for progress activity monitoring

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A brief explanation on how to integrate this new JavaScript library, pace.js, within our XPages. Very cool... and, I hope, very useful

As we all know, the advent of Web 2.0 has introduced many advantages, which of course I'll not mention, such as the ability to make asynchronous calls on a page.

Many times I have used this technology, using some of the most popular Javascript frameworks (Prototype, JQuery ...), but sometimes manage progress indicators can be a little bit boring.

This library is right for us.

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Aug 02, 2013

How to control the web layout of radio buttons in Lotus Domino form

WORKAROUND #1

How to control the web layout of radio buttons in Lotus Domino form

Sometimes you come across "limitations" imposed by Lotus Domino. This is a little trick to control the layout of radio button on web, and feeling happy!

I come to work every day with Lotus Domino Web applications, often in the "old way" (i.e. without the use of XPages). Although the tools provided are versatile and powerful, I came across a layout problem in the use of a radio button. Let's see what I mean.

 

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