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Talking to applets with JavaScript

I got asked recently "how do you get JavaScript to access the methods of a Java applet?" Seeing as though, at the time, I was "learning" Java and always hate to have to say "I don't know" - I set abo...

23 Feb 2001 | Keywords: applet, javascript, java | Read »

Recreate LotusScript Print method in Java

Having all written agents for the web in LotusScript, the Print method should seem like second nature to us. What about writing web agents in Java. How do we go about writing to the browser then? Wel...

1 Mar 2001 | Keywords: print, output | Read »

Getting Java Applets to talk to JavaScript

Not so long ago I got a couple of e-mails. One asked if I knew how to control an Applet using JavaScript and the other asked me if I knew how to call JavaScript routines from an Applet. At the time I...

14 Mar 2001 | Keywords: applet, javascript, java, LiveConnect | Read »

Java Date-Picker Applet

Entering dates on forms via the web. For something that should be so simple this is, more often than not, a troublesome area. It would probably be a whole lot easier if the whole world stuck to using...

9 Apr 2001 | Keywords: date, applet, format | Read »

Creating an Email Java Class

Sending email from Agents is a part of everyday life for most domino developers working on workflow applications. How many times have you written code similar to the following: ...

5 Mar 2001 | Keywords: mail, send, java, class | Read »

Creating servlets inside the Domino Designer

According to an article on Notes.net's Iris Today webzine about developing servlets for Domino: ...

21 Mar 2001 | Keywords: servlet, class, designer | Read »

At last, an applet worth using

Regular visitors of this site may know already that I'm not a great advocate of using Java Applets in a web site. That is not to say that I don't occasionally relent and give in to one of the followi...

24 Jun 2001 | Keywords: Applet, Menu, Java | Read »

Zip Up and Save Space

When you have a database which stores a lot of unzipped attachments, wouldn't it be nice if you could have an agent which periodically runs over them and zips them all? Sure could save a lot of space...

14 Nov 2001 | Keywords: Zip, attachments, file, body | Read »

Multiple Threads in Notes Agents

OK, I'm biased. I think Java is the best language on the market today. But why should you use it when LotusScript achieves the same purpose? The answer lies in the many advanced features of the langu...

27 Nov 2001 | Keywords: Java, Thread, Performance | Read »

Upload Image Resources from The Web

Now I like to think that when it comes to Domino I am pretty clued up on what can and can't be done. For instance, if somebody were to ask me whether I could change their application so that the imag...

5 Dec 2001 | Keywords: image, resource, DXL | Read »

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