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Working Sets And Source Control

If you have not yet discovered Working Sets in Domino Designer then now is the time to start using them. They can help you manage the number of applications listed in the Applications pane and help you group applications into

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Sometimes You Have To Go Directly To the Source

When you have been writing XPage applications for a while you may notice that you start using the source pane a lot more then the design pane. Sometimes it is so you can copy/paste parts of the markup from one

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Simple Date Formatting in SSJS

When it comes to Date and Times in any programing language there is always a little bit of ‘hair pulling out’ when you realize that there are a multitude of ways to store and manipulate the DateTime object and that how you

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Creating a simple Organizational Chart in XPages

A couple of days ago Jesse Gallagher posted a great entry on how to create a basic organizational chart using the XPages Extension Library navigator control in conjunction with a BeanTreeNode that generates the hierarchy. Truth be told, Jesse actually

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Generating a CSV file from XPages

After spending the day figuring out how to generate an Excel file using the Apache POI library I was informed that I actually needed to generate a comma separated format file ( .csv ). Not wanting to waste any of

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Some notes for the XPage Controls developers

Ok, so I pointed out a couple of things to the developers full applications based on the entries to the OpenNTF Development Contest that I judged, now it is time for the developers of the controls. Make use of the

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Guiding users to missing information in XPage applications

I’m currently in the process of rewriting our internal HR system in XPages, It is a typical Notes/Domino application. each employee has a single document in the system that records all their employment data. There are a LOT of fields and in

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