XPages Portable Command Guide

XPages Portable Command Guide

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A Practical Primer for XPages Application Development, Debugging, and Performance Using XPages, LotusAr NotesAr and DominoAr developers can quickly create state-of-the-art web, mobile, and Notes client business applications using standard technologies like HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and XML. Now, therea€™s a perfect portable XPages quick reference for every working developer. Straight from the experts at IBMAr, XPages Portable Command Guide offers fast access to working code, tested solutions, expert tips, and example-driven best practices. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience as IBM XPages lead developers and customer consultants, the authors explore many lesser known facets of the XPages runtime, illuminating these capabilities with dozens of examples that solve specific XPages development problems. Using their easy-to-adapt code examples, you can develop XPages solutions with outstanding performance, scalability, flexibility, efficiency, reliability, and value. Covers lots of commands and parameters related to XPages behavior modification through xsp.properties Notes/Domino configuration files XSP Command Manager and OSGi Console The XSP Client-Side JavaScript Object Server Side JavaScript scripting Server Side JavaScript debugging via global functions, simple programming constructs, and logging Instantly access all XPages commands: Use this book as your quick offline solutions resource Logical how-to topic groupings provide one-stop research Compact size makes it easy to carry with youa€”wherever you go a€œCreate Your Own Journala€ section with blank, lined pages makes it easy to personalize this book for your needs a€œWhat Do You Want to Do?a€ chart inside the front cover helps you quickly find specific tasks Designed for all Lotus and Domino developers with at least some XPages experience, XPages Portable Command Guide is the ideal companion and follow-up to Mastering XPages from IBM Press, the worlda€™s #1 book on XPages technology.SocketPermission aquot;localhost:1024-aquot;, aquot;listenaquot;; // aquot;standardaquot; properies that can be read by anyone permission java.util.PropertyPermission aquot;java.versionaquot;, aquot;readaquot;; permission java.util.PropertyPermission aquot;java.vendoraquot;, aquot;readaquot;; permission java.util .

Title:XPages Portable Command Guide
Author:Martin Donnelly, Maire Kehoe, Tony McGuckin, Dan O'Connor
Publisher:IBM Press - 2012-01-30


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