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Learning XPages Part 24 : Linking to the Person document.

We now have a simple XPage to display a persons information so in this section we will link to the XPage and pass in a document UNID so that it knows which document to open. Lets open up the content_location

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Learning XPages Part 23 : Adding Data Fields To The Person Document

Now that we have our new XPage and custom control created lets add some content to it. Open up your content_person custom control again and lets get started. Because we are associating this XPage with a document we will need

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Learning XPages Part 22 : Creating The User Document

So far our XPages Phonebook application is really starting to come together, we have designed out layout, shown you how to display information from a view in the Domino backend on the XPage using a repeat and also shown how

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Learning XPages Part 20 : Restricting The Repeat To A Single Category

At the moment our location XPage shows us all the entries in our categorized view. In this part we are going to restrict which category is displayed in the repeat control by passing a variable in on the URL in

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Learning XPages Part 19 : Another Repeat Another Table

So now that we have our second XPage created lets add some content to it. We’ll start by opening the new custom control that we created called content_Location and clear out the placeholder text. Once that’s done we need to

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Learning XPages Part 18 : Building The Second XPage

At this stage in our application development we have created a fairly nice looking homepage for our phonebook. When you load up the phonebook in your web browser you see the OneUI layout, a menu on the left of the

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Learning XPages Part 16 : A Better Homepage Look

In the last part we added a view control to our content_HomePage custom control and set it up to display the contents of a view from our application. For simple views this works great and we probably could have used

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