Archive for 2006

DominoWiki now available in Danish

Saturday, November 11th, 2006

I recently translated the excellent DominoWiki into Danish which means that DominoWiki v1.1 is now available in ten languages. DominoWiki is an excellent wiki for Lotus Domino created by Ben Poole. Head over to OpenNTF if you are interested in running your own wiki on Domino.

Lotusphere 2007

Friday, November 10th, 2006

Lotusphere 2007 will be filled with speakers from all over Lotus Notes and Domino Blogging Community – some of them being: Mikkel Heisterberg Andrew Pollack Bill Buchan Paul Mooney Ben Langhinrichs Carl Tyler John Head Sean Burgess Nathan Freeman Alan Lepofsky Steve Castledine Roberto Boccadoro Mac Guidera Kathleen McGivney Susan Bulloch Rob Novak Declan Lynch […]

Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7

Wednesday, November 8th, 2006

Julian Robichaux has posted an article on developerWorks called Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7: What are Web services and why are they important?. The article is part one in a series of three on Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7. [Via Mikkel Heisterberg and via Bruce Elgort]

Sorting a NotesDocumentCollection by multiple field values (Show’n Tell Thursday)

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

I have been using Joe Littons sortCollection function with success to sort a NotesDocumentCollection by the value in a specific field name. However the function can only sort by one field value and I recently had the requirement to be able to sort by multiple field values. Max Flodén has created a function that does […]

Lotus Domino and 64-bit support

Thursday, October 19th, 2006

Starting with release 7.0.1 Lotus Domino is supported on 64-bit versions of Windows, Linux, Solaris, AIX, and i5/OS. 64-bit enables the Lotus Domino server to address memory above 2 GB. The current Lotus Domino server is still 32-bit based. A 64-bit version of the Lotus Domino server will enter beta testing at the same time […]


Thursday, October 5th, 2006

Get ready for “LAUNCH – Your window of opportunity is limited”. The movie will be released on Monday, October 9 at Enjoy! Technorati tags: IBM software architecture architecture SOA Websphere

Preview of "Launch -The Movie"

Monday, October 2nd, 2006

A preview of Launch – The Movie has been posted on YouTube: [Via Sandy Carter] And yes, it sure is Morgan Freeman appearing in the movie. Have a look at the first trailer of the movie also. Technorati tags: software architecture architecture SOA

Domiclipse 0.2.4

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Domiclipse 0.2.4 has been released. “Domiclipse Java is a plugin for Eclipse which allows you to replicate your Java agents and script libraries to the Eclipse environment and then replicate changes back to Domino.” Update: Ben Poole has posted a short “review” of Domiclipse 0.2.5 – with comments from Keith Smillie himself from the Domiclipse […]

LAUNCH – The Movie!

Friday, September 22nd, 2006

On October 3rd IBM will be launching a number of SOA announcements. To create a lot of buzz around the whole SOA thing a very interesting trailer to an upcoming movie has been released. So check out the awesome trailer to the upcoming movie called LAUNCH! According to comments to the trailer on YouTube the […]

Tutorial: Design SOA services with Rational Software Architect

Friday, September 22nd, 2006

A new tutorial called “Design SOA services with Rational Software Architect” has been posted on developerWorks. The tutorial is part 1 of a series and “you will learn about the relationship between a set of tools in the IBM® Rational® Software Development Platform that you will use as you design an SOA-based service using Model-Driven […]