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Quick-Tip: see who is invited in MS Outlook

Monday, June 29, 2020 at 10:49 AM UTC
One thing that annoys me from the beginning of my work with MS Outlook is that I don't see who was invited when I receive an invitation. Outlook does not show this useful information by default just like HCL Notes for example. At this point (amongst many others) I really miss Notes... Anyway, I have to use Outlook. I accidentally found the "solution": open the invitation (regardle [...] 

HCL removed Bluemix capabilities from Extlib in 11.0.1

Friday, June 19, 2020 at 8:58 PM UTC
I recently upgraded a server from 11.0.0 to 11.0.1. One of the apps utilized my DAO bean I created a while back which was able to automatically manage to access the underlaying database depending on if it runs on premises or on IBM Bluemix (now known as IBM Cloud). After the upgrade this app threw errors that some Java classes are unknown. javax.servlet.ServletE [...] 

MIMEHeader vs SendTo

Friday, May 8, 2020 at 1:50 PM UTC
Today I encountered a strange behavior when sending mails and using different ways to define the recipient. The first example defines the recipient by adding the "To" header to the MIME root: MIMEEntity emailRoot = emailDocument.createMIMEEntity("Body"); MIMEHeader emailHeader = emailRoot.createHeader("To"); emailHeader.addValText("Oliver Busse/We4IT" [...] 

What a ride!

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 10:26 PM UTC
Today marks the 5th anniversary working for We4IT. This doesn’t seem to be a long time but, holy smokes, what happened during this period is freaking awesome. This was the beginning of me working entirely from home - currently a big deal for most of us but not for me, I am used to it - and I really like it. It has so many advantages and there are no signs of isolation when you use th [...] 

Slides and repo from our #EngageUG session

Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 7:53 PM UTC
Regular Session With another awesome Engage in the bank, here are the slides and the link to the code repo from the session I had with my partner-in-crime Mark Leusink: Now what can you really build with DQL and web components? from Mark Leusink   Repository: https://gitlab.com/obusse/engage2020_dql Thank you for your interest - we had a headcount [...] 

Amsterdamned #engageug #dominoforever #hcldigital

Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:30 PM UTC
I am currently sitting in my hotel room near Amsterdam Schipol airport. I missed my flight in the morning because the Dutch train canceled several connections and the train I was in finally also had delays due to technical issues on the track. Another delay resulted in the need to change the train at Amsterdam Central. Anyway, I didn't make it in time, I was about 1 hour late. But why I am her [...] 

Desperately seeking... #engageug #openntf #dominoforever

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 2:30 PM UTC
While being at Engage these days, I had the chance to ask many people in person if they knew, where in the world our European OpenNTF rollup-banner might be. The last time I had it was when I ordered it and brought it to Brussels last year. Then I sent it to Munich to the Social Connections event. Afterwards we lost track. I talked to people from Switzerland, who presumably took it with them. T [...] 

What happened to the ideas? #dominoforever

Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 2:27 PM UTC
This morning a tweet from Vlad got my attention: https://t.co/ef73FBklNz cant see ideas without login @HCLDigital please return read access to anonymous access #dominoforever — Vladislav Tatarincev (@VlaadTatarincev) February 22, 2020 The AHA ideas for connections was "locked down" so that nothing was readable anymore. You have to login or register to [...] 

CollaborationToday Needs You

Monday, February 10, 2020 at 7:05 PM UTC
Collaboration Today, the news aggregator around anything HCL related content (fka IBM), social business, collaboration and community events needs your support: we are looking for curators to moderate content, blog posts and news around our beloved platforms like Domino, Connections, Sametime, DX, Nomad and other products from HCL. We, the curators (Johnny, Kenio, Roberto, Matteo and myself), ap [...] 

LowCode? ProCode? Darum geht'sPost in german language / Artikel in deutscher Sprache

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at 4:41 PM UTC
Die Begriffe "LowCode" und "ProCode" werden in letzter Zeit häufig benutzt. Sie beschreiben grundsätzlich verschiedene Verfahren, Anwendung zu entwickeln. Bei "LowCode" handelt es sich um ein Verfahren, wo eher weniger Code gebraucht wird, um zum Ziel zu kommen. Das heißt nicht immer unbedingt, dass die Anwendungen einfach gehalten sind - sie könn [...]