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Advanced XPages : Extending the sessionScope to store a hashmap

I’ve been busy working away on a new XPages application in work that implements a typical shopping cart like you might find on Amazon or other online retail websites. When I started planning the application I hit upon the idea

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Apple Style Breadcrumbs In XPages

If you followed along with the ‘Learning XPages’ blog series then in part 26 and part 27 we created some basic breadcrumbs for the application. Breadcrumbs are a method of natigation that expand out as you progress deeper into an

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Advanced XPages : A Nicer Domino Login Part 3

In the first two parts of this servers we created the new custom control that will contain the login dialog box and we created the javascript that runs the actual login and processes the results.  In this part of the

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Advanced XPages : A Nicer Domino Login Part 2

In part one of this mini series I described how to add the dojo modules to our custom control and created the layout for the dialog box where the user enters their username and password. In this part I’ll create

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Advanced XPages : A Nicer Domino Login Part 1

When logging into a Domino web based application with session authentication you are normally brought to to the login page that is held in the domcfg.nsf database ( or the server default login screen if you don’t have domcfg.nsf setup

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Debugging XPages in Internet Explorer

If you do a lot of web development then chances are that you have worked with the FireBug tool in FireFox. This FireFox extension has made web application debugging so much easier. Of course after you have everything working great

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Learning XPages Part 54 : The End…

Back at the start of this series I mentioned three application objectives, the first was to build an XPages based phone book, the second was to give the notes client side of the application the Java Views look and feel

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