HCL Sametime 11 FP1 – Send Push Notifications via Web Proxy   

By Milan Matejic | 7/28/20 1:10 AM | Infrastructure - Sametime | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As of today, with the current version of HCL Sametime Proxy Server, there is no supported Sametime configuration which will enable you to send APNs or GCM push notifications via Web Proxy server. This feature will be implemented in future releases. Keep that in mind when planing your Sametime Deployment. HCL Traveler and HCL Connections…

HCL Sametime 11 & SSO via Sametime Embedded Client in Notes Basic Client  

By Milan Matejic | 7/24/20 1:42 AM | Infrastructure - Sametime | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

On a customer site I had to make sure that users are able to authenticate via HCL Sametime Embedded Clients, inside of HCL Notes 9.0.1 Basic Client, using Domino SSO (LTPA). After installing the HCL Sametime 11 Community Server, and applying the standard configuration, the login via Domino SSO for Sametime embedded clients inside of HCL Notes standard or eclipse clients worked without any issues. But we had to make some configuration changes in the “sametime.ini” file to make the same work for ST Embedded clients inside the HCL Notes basic clients.

Verse 2.0 - HCL webinar recap  

By Prominic.NET | 7/23/20 3:24 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Find out what makes Verse 2.0 such a great tool. On July 17th, HCL held a great webinar regarding the launch of the 2.0 version of Verse.

HCL Notes Changes to Attachment Viewing and Importing  

By John Oldenburger | 7/23/20 3:23 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

HCL Notes 11 in a very stable and modern Notes Client. As mentioned before HCL added a number of new functionalities and a number of changes in this version. In this new short blog series about the new functionalities and changes in HCL Notes 11 in this blog post a short overview about the changes for viewing and importing attachments in Notes 11. See also the previous bog posts in this series HCL Notes SwiftFile and HCL Notes Three Click Support. For viewing and importing attachments the underlying software that Notes uses to import and view attachments has changed in 11.0.1. When viewing an attachment in 11.0.1 the attachment is shown in an external browser rather than within Notes. The following table compares the types of attachments that can be viewed in Notes 11.0.1 compared to earlier releases.

HCL Notes Three Click Support  

By John Oldenburger | 7/23/20 3:22 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In my previous blog post, HCL Notes SwiftFile, I started by briefly describing some new functionalities in HCL Notes 11. Some of these functionalities need to be specifically enabled through settings in the preferences or by adding new parameters in the notes.ini file. A new level of security in HCL Notes 11 can be added using the new Three Click Support functionality. This functionality must be enabled through a notes.ini setting. Below is a brief description of this functionality. Three click support adds a level of security when a user opens an attachment within an email. The Open-Save-View dialog box still appears after a user double clicks an attachment. When three click support is enabled the user will then be prompted to confirm the action they have chosen in a second message box.

HCL Notes SwiftFile  

By John Oldenburger | 7/23/20 3:21 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Recently we have extensively tested HCL Notes 11 and HCL Notes 11.0.1 in our test environment prior to upgrading the clients in the production environment. We are impressed by HCL Notes 11, the new functionalities and the new look and feel. In the coming blog post a number of new functionalities that are included within HCL Notes 11 and that we will certainly use or activate for our users. The first new functionality is Swiftfile for HCL Notes. SwiftFile assistant is integrated with HCL Notes in 11.0.1. In previous releases it was provided separately.

LE4D & Domino 11.0.1 on Windows issue  

By Detlev Poettgen | 7/21/20 8:46 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Renan Ek Rendon

Due to an issue with the JVM installed with Domino V11.0.1, Let's Encrypt 4 Domino a.k.a LE4D throws an error, when the tool tries to import the new / renewed certificate into the Domino keyring file. It's only an issue when running the Domino server on Windows.

Going inline  

By John D. Curtis | 7/20/20 2:10 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

I have spent many years working deep within the Notes Indexing Facility (NIF). I’m not done, because there is more to be done and harvested from the rich functionality well-bundled from day one by the earliest Domino developers. It can be a challenging area because so much variety of data flows through the code and…

How to install HCL Verse 2.0 as a standalone app   

By Ales Lichtenberg | 7/17/20 9:55 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

One of the main innovation in HCL Verse 2.0 is the ability to install and run Verse as a standalone browser application based on Progressive Web Application (PWA) technology. So it’s not just a tab stored in your browser, but it works as a standalone application.

OpenNTF July Webinar: Hear the Latest from the User Groups!  

By OpenNTF | 7/15/20 2:03 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

The OpenNTF Webinar series continues in July. Join us to hear from the organizers of many of the user groups that take place all over the world. This fast paced webinar will include what all the user groups have been doing and what their future plans are in this COVID world.

Two new videos from C3UG around AppDevPack 1.0.5  

By Heiko Voigt | 7/10/20 8:44 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Another quarter has passed and once again HCL delivered on its promise to keep the update cadences for the HCL Domino AppDevPack to a release every quarter. Heiko and Graham sit down with Gordon Hegfield to go through the new features and updates !

Notes Tips #8: Control Your Windows – The Domino Elf  

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 7/10/20 3:42 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Tired of all your Notes windows, tabs and documents just keep piling up on the right side of the client? Would you like to group them? Or have them open in their own windows? Then read on! I once had a user that complained that Notes kept running out of memory. It was then I discovered that he had 538 documents open in his Notes client!

Writing the XSP Transpiler Maven Plugin  

By Jesse Gallagher | 7/10/20 3:39 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

When I was first getting my XPages webapp support project into workable shape, I was faced with the immediate problem of translating XSP source into a usable form. Though the XPages core contains both the code for translating XSP source to Java and the loader that executes the compiled Java classes, they're best thought of as two disjoint components in a larger toolchain.

LetsConnect update - virtual 2020, physical 2021  

By Maria Nordin | 7/10/20 12:38 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As you know we and everybody else needs to adapt to the current situation in the world. I can be easy or it can be tough. But no challenge is too tricky to solve for an agile bunch of people like us! We and you work in a collaboration community driven by change, and most of us are used to evolving work situations and new ways of working. So when the world is constantly changing, we find ways. All of us testifies that we now see an increase in the use of collaboration software within companies. Digital workplaces, chat tools, meeting rooms. All of it. So we feel it is more important than ever to arrange meeting places were we can discuss these needs. We have updates for you!

HCL Connections Profiles Population Wizard support for HCL Domino 11 LDAP server  

By HCL Digital | 7/8/20 4:35 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

The HCL Connections Profile Population Wizard requires an update to recognize HCL Domino 11 as an LDAP server.

HCL Sametime 11 Install on Windows 2016 - video series by HCL Software Support  

By Ales Lichtenberg | 7/8/20 4:24 AM | Infrastructure - Sametime | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

HCL has published on its Youtube five videos to help you implement a Sametime 11 FP1 Community Server in Windows 2016. So you can use it together with my “step by step” manual

Using HCL Nice tool silent  

By Rainer Brandl | 7/6/20 2:17 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

With HCL NICE you´re able to uninstall your Notes Client. But you also can use HCL NICE scripted with some options. Here´s a list of all possible options/iDnCGCbGiYXPEF02diIxxzF4I

You know the keyboard shortcuts for Verse On-Premises?  

By Ales Lichtenberg | 7/3/20 1:34 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As we are used to in other applications, Verse On-Premises (VOP) also has its keyboard shortcuts. You can find them in the documentation. I listed them here too.

Sametime Proxy “Loading” Problem  

By Gabriella Davis | 7/3/20 1:33 AM | Infrastructure - Sametime | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Having recently installed a new Sametime 11 environment on Linux with Sametime Proxy I ran into a problem with the proxy client where it would continually show “loading” when starting a conversation. Awareness of users on other servers worked, type ahead worked, it would open a chat window but just show a looping circle that never ended. Even if I tried talking to myself (usually a good test).

Start and stop Sametime Proxy Server V11 automatically with Linux systemd service  

By Thomas Bahn | 7/3/20 1:32 AM | Infrastructure - Sametime | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

A systemd configuration to start Sametime Proxy Server as a service, whenever the Linux server starts. I have already expressed my joy in several articles here that Sametime now works without the WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and without Db2. And that because of this fundamental change there were some gaps in the short term, which all could be closed/repaired quickly and easily. This article also fits into this category:

Domino Docker and Debugging  

By Stephan Wissel | 6/30/20 2:15 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Given that Domino once was build to run on 486 capacity of servers, Docker and Domino are posed to be a match made in heaven (eventually). Jesse shared shared his Weekend Domino-Apps-in-Docker Experimentation, Paul shared his learning points and Daniel provided the invaluable Domino on Docker build scripts. So it's time to contribute my share. The topic is slightly more exotic

Notes Tips #6: Notes knows what you did last week  

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 6/29/20 7:14 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Did you know that Notes remembers every single application and document you’ve accessed in the last seven days? I give you: Notes history! How many times have you been searching for that email or that document in Notes that you are sure you read just a few days ago. Notes can help you with that!

Weekend Domino-Apps-in-Docker Experimentation  

By Jesse Gallagher | 6/29/20 5:05 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

For a couple of years now, first IBM and then HCL have worked on and adapted community work to get Domino running in Docker. I've observed this for a while, but haven't had a particular need: while it's nice and all to be able to spin up a Domino server in Docker, it's primarily an "admin" thing. I have my suite of development Domino servers in VMs, and they're chugging along fine.