A collegue of mine told me ”Computed for Display”-fields can be read from a WebQuerySave agent. ”Impossible” I said. After 5 years of developing in Domino, I should have known that those fields really was fed to the agents, but I never bothered to try it!!! B.A., I now know why you got a better […]
Some tools I use: Log4j – kit to get logging from any Java class, Ant – builds my Java classes / JARs / JavaDocs / etc, Checkstyle – checks that I have followed my coding standards, HTTPRequester – to make simple HTTP tests, JUnit – to unit test my classes – I have also made […]
Some of the applications I use daily at work and at home are: Opera – my web browser, Textedit – my text editor, Netbeans – my Java IDE, Bash – my DOS-prompt-replacer command line shell (used with Cygwin), Lotus Domino Designer – my Domino IDE (waiting for someone to invent a replacement…).
UPDATED 2002-11-03 – The Java code in the attached file contained some errors. When using other clients than a web browser, you have to know how Domino authentication works. This is a very short description on how to login, access a restricted area, and logout using raw HTTP. With raw HTTP, I mean using a […]
Negative numbers are handled different in different languages, OS:es, devices etc. The following are some of the most popular, with simple bytes (8 bits) as example. Signed Magnitude The most significant bit (MSB) is set to 1 if the value should be negative. I.e. 12 = 00001100, -12 = 10001100 One´s Complement Flip the bits […]
Found w3schools.com, which has short and concise tutorials about XML, CSS and other interesting stuff.
Added the Choose Style link in the menu, just for fun. Thanks for the tip notestips.com!
Added Breaking Par to the Invaluable URLs.
Christoph Arras kindly showed me where to find Dan Velascos examples, that I was unable to find when I was playing around with design elements in views. Thanx Christoph!
Playing around with the colours. Please be patient…