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Replacing The Pillars Of Domino

As I mentioned in the previous post Domino provides many capabilities out of the box. When moving to a different development stack you need to think about the different things that Domino provides and then replace them with similar services.

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You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone

A lot has changed since I last wrote a blog post. One of the biggest changes career-wise has been a decision by the company I work for to move away from IBM Domino and switch to a different platform for

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Setting Up A Source Control Server with Domino LDAP : Part 7

By now you have your Mercurial Source Control server up and running, If you go to http://yourserver/admin and log in you should be able to create a new repository. Go ahead and create a test repository and then load up

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Setting Up A Source Control Server with Domino LDAP : Part 6

So now we need to configure phphgadmin so it will work with our Mercurial server. lets start by editing the configuration file. sudo vi /var/www/wordpress/admin/application/config/phphgadmin.php There are quite a few edits that we need to do to this file to

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Setting Up A Source Control Server with Domino LDAP : Part 5

At this stage we now have a fully functioning Mercurial server but we have not created any repositories yet. A repository is where you sync your source code to, you need one for each application/NSF that you’ll be building. We

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Setting Up A Source Control Server with Domino LDAP : Part 4

Now that we have our Apache server with Mercurial up and running its time to secure it. We are going to do this using LDAP pointing to our Domino server so make sure your running LDAP on your Domino server

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Setting Up A Source Control Server with Domino LDAP : Part 3

The next stage in the process is to let the Apache web server know about our new Mercurial scripts and folders. We’ll start by creating a brand new Apache configuration file for Mercurial and then add that into the default

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