Monthly Archives: January 2015

News from IBM ConnectED15

Some of the news from IBM Connect

IBM releases early access to IBM Verse.

IBM Verse will come an an Domino solution for on premise deployment later this year

The Domino HTTP engine will get more updates that the previous released updates with SHA2 and TLS 1.0

It will get new HTTP security options as TLS 1.2, PFS and AEAD

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the IBM HTTP server addon released with Domino 9 will be deprecated

screen105The NSF Datastore will get updates that we have all wanted for a long time.

View Indexes outside of the database and with this and DAOS we are breaking the 64GB nsf database maximum finally.

Live view updates is a server task that will pull and update view indexes with a interval of your choice this update is already in 9.0.1 FP3

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XPages will receive support for encryption and signatures

New backend classes for XPages, Lotuscript and Java agents

There are plans for future upgrades to update java in Domino to 1.7 or 1.8

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XPages support in Bluemix, see Niclas article 

Availability for this great new functionality is Q2 2015, price has not been announced yet.

This is the news I have captured, if I missed something please comment

Part 2 of Partial Refresh in Notes Forms

I couldn’t actually accept myself defeated in the battle to get partial refresh into old school Notes applications. And after a second look at my code I found a way, so I rewrote the javascript library to be a javascript object class so all calls are made inside the class. So now partial refresh of the entire form tag is the standard way of refresh but you can also narrow the refresh to everything inside a div or a table sell if you want to. And Serverside refreshes from a QuerySave agent also works.

So what you need to do is to add the AjaxCall scriptlibrary to your database.

Call the function PartialDomino.onloadAjax() in your onload event

Now all refresh events on the form will be handles as partial refresh.

If you want to also add clicks from a button, give the button a id and add that id using PartialDomino.addPartialRefreshId(“refresh”,””)

The next time the button is clicked a partial refresh is done.

If you would have added a second id to the function, only the element with that id will be replaced after the refresh.

Download the database and see the working example

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PartialDominov2.zip