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Add isValid or equivalent to NotesCalendarEntry

When you use NotesCalendar#getEntry, it will always return a NotesCalendarEntry object even if the UID is not found. An invalid UID will result in an object that throws an exception when you try to do basically anything with it. While documented, ...
14 days ago in Domino Designer / Java 0 Needs Review

Need ways to identify what application a Java memory leak is coming from.

Currently when we see a Java memory leak we know it is most likely caused by not recycling the Java objects but have no idea what application it is coming from. This means that the developers need to look at all the applications running on the ser...
5 months ago in Domino Designer / Java 0 Needs Review

Built in HEAP dump analyzer

It would save a lot of time and effort if Domino had a built in HEAP dump analyzer so when a Heap dump is generated, Domino can point to the suspects
5 months ago in Domino Designer / Java 1 Needs Review
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Update the Java API

Current API is very dated and a chore to work with. OpenNTF Domino API addresses many issues but would be nice if this was part of Domino out of the box.
over 5 years ago in Domino Designer / Java 10 Assessment

Java: Enable sorting of classes within packages

Today classes are randomly ordered in a package when shown in the designer. This makes it hard to work with if you have many classes in a package. These should be ordered alphabetically
5 months ago in Domino Designer / Java 2 Under Consideration

Support for large summary field for Java

HCL Domino 12.x introduced on-disk structure (ODS) 55 file format for databases. ODS 55 introduced in HCL Domino 12.x increases the maximum size allowed for individual summary fields to 16 MB. As per HCL product documentation here: https://help...
6 months ago in Domino Designer / Java 0 Needs Review

Java server side stack update (OpenLiberty ?)

Hi, The current level of servlet support is making impossible to leverage up to date libraries and nowadays development paradigms. We deeply need servlet engine upgrade, some reactive support Domino looks prehistoric in this area... OpenLiberty se...
almost 3 years ago in Domino Designer / Java 4 Under Consideration

Add InternetAddress and ShortName as new parameters for renameNotesUser method in AdministrationProcess class

Renaiming a person using the Admin Client, the old ShortName and InternetAddress is moved to the FullName item in the person document. When you rename a user programmatically with LS or Java, there is no method available with the same functionalli...
3 months ago in Domino Designer / Java 0 Under Consideration

Add the documentation for DominoUtils and JSON classes to Designer Help

The help currently has no documentation on the following classes: com.ibm.xsp.model.domino.DominoUtils - the main class used to obtain XPage variables in Java com.ibm.commons.util.io.json.* - the classes used for JSON encoding and decoding There a...
almost 5 years ago in Domino Designer / Java 1 Assessment

Make it easy to build JAX-RS RESTful web services within the nsf

JAX-RS and annotations are a powerful way to build RESTful web services. Todai it can be done but you have to take lots of steps to make it possible. For inspiration: https://github.com/OpenNTF/org.openntf.xsp.jakartaee, (and https://www.pradny.co...
over 4 years ago in Domino Designer / Java 5 Under Consideration