Archive for 2011

Integrating a Lotus Notes application with Exchange

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

I recently finished a project with the purpose of integrating a Lotus Notes CRM application with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange. The customer has moved their mail handling to Exchange and Outlook and still uses Lotus Notes for their application handling including this CRM application. The CRM application had functionality to import mails from Notes, […]

DanNotes: The 46th Danish LUG conference is in November

Monday, September 5th, 2011

DanNotes is the Danish Lotus user group. It started as a Lotus user group back in 1993 and has since then organized 2 day conferences for the Danish Lotus community with a schedule of 2 a year. The next conference in November is conference number 46! That’s an impressive number of conferences. I am proud […]

PHL Consult supports OpenNTF and open source

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

My company, PHL Consult, became member of OpenNTF in August and thereby supports OpenNTF and the use of open source within the Lotus Domino/XPages community. This means that I support the idea of open source in general (and support OpenNTF as an organization) – and that I both contribute code to and reuse code from OpenNTF. I […]

I am teaching two XPages courses in August

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

I will be teaching two 3-day courses in August, 2011 on basic XPages application development. The courses are arranged by Intravision. The first 3-day course starts August 23 at IBM in Lyngby. Seats are still available if you are interested in signing up for the course. Please see the course details (in Danish) for more information […]

XPages: only show content for authorized users

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Today I was asked: how do you make sure that anonymous users do not see content that only logged on (and thereby authorized) users must see? I often use a simple solution of having a xp:panel for anonymous users and another xp:panel for authorized users (both on the same XPage). Only one of the two […]

XPages Web Analytics custom control on OpenNTF

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

What a great weekend for open source contributions from me! 🙂 Yesterday I created the XPages SEO custom control – and today I have created a new XPages custom control for the OpenNTF development contest called XPages Web Analytics custom control: the custom control makes it easy to add web analytics to your XPages web site. […]

XPages SEO custom control on OpenNTF

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

I have contributed to the OpenNTF development contest by creating an open source XPages Custom Control for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The custom control makes it easy to add the following search engine friendly tags to your XPages web site: page title meta description meta robots meta keywords With these SEO tags bundled in a custom […]

Controlling the HTTP response status code in XPages

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

This is a follow-up to my post on how to create custom 404 and error pages in XPages. A very useful improvement to catching controlled errors such as “page not found” errors is to send the related HTTP status code in the response. So for “page not found” errors the HTTP response code 404 should […]

Client project: XPages CMS for company website

Monday, May 30th, 2011

My company PHL Consult completed another client project last week involving XPages. The purpose of the project was to modernize an existing Lotus Domino company website by creating a new XPages solution with a related Lotus Notes client CMS for article editing and related content handling (such as menus, graphics, and meta data) – and by […]

DanNotes – Danish Lotus User Group – 45th conference

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

The Danish Lotus user group DanNotes is hosting its 45th conference on May 11 and May 12, 2011. I am participating in the conference as a member since PHL Consult is a member of DanNotes. I have created a LinkedIn event for the conference. Will I see you there? Update May 9: I have accepted […]