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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.com/2017/11/using-jax-rs-inside-nsf.html and https://frostillic.us/blog/posts/6AC99D0B866A92AA852582A1006C2FA6).


Please make it more easy.

  • Guest
  • May 16 2019
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  • Guest commented
    29 Jan 11:21am
  • Guest commented
    10 Apr, 2021 01:41pm

    I'd like to see a rock solid, elevated and robust REST programming feature as part of the programming features in Domino Designer. It should be easy to create a REST API for custom nsfs. Something like the older WebServices, but more like the OpenAPI specification focussing also on documentation.

    Having generators for Java and LotusScript, JavaScript etc. would be great. This would give Domino back the power it had as an application development and integration platform.

    Currently building native REST interfaces without too much restrictions in Domino is hard.

  • Guest commented
    3 Mar, 2021 11:56pm

    Not everyone wants to use node.js. This is cumbersome and redundant.

  • Guest commented
    3 Mar, 2020 02:12am

    Restful web services could be done easily with the new node.js paradigm.

  • Guest commented
    17 May, 2019 06:24pm