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Tuesday-Wednesday, May 14-15, 2019
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3 session(s) found for these Focal Points

Dev06. OAuth 2.0 for developers – the technology you need but never really learned

Wednesday, March 23 | 16:00 - 17:00 | E. Pluto

OAuth 2.0 has become the defacto way to authenticate to IBM Connections and cloud services such as IBM Connections Cloud, Google and SalesForce and is *the* way to bridge systems. Despite being very powerful surprisingly few IBM Connections developers actually know of it or enough about it. OAuth 2.0 has been in IBM Connections for many releases and allows other services or API programs to impersonate users – and hence work as the user – without the user relinquishing control of their credentials. It’s very powerful stuff. This session acts as a primer on OAuth 2.0 for developers and administrators teaching you the ropes as well as teaching developers how to start utilizing OAuth 2.0 for IBM Connections on-premises as well as for IBM Connections Cloud. If you are developing for IBM Connections this is for you. Be warned – there will be code…

Mikkel Heisterberg (OnTime) @lekkim

Dev08. "Marty, You're Just Not Thinking Fourth Dimensionally": Troubleshooting XPages

Thursday, March 24 | 13:30 - 14:30 | C. Jupiter

When XPages code doesn't work as expected, often it's because the expectation was wrong. With the various phases of the XPages lifecycle, validation, the various event handler settings, embedding Server-Side JavaScript within Client-Side JavaScript or scoped variables, understanding what's really there when your code wants it is key troubleshooting XPages. This session will help you think fourth dimensionally to better pre-empt the outcomes and troubleshoot when things don't work out like you expect. You'll realise whether or not the bridge over Clayton...Shonash Ravine will be there to ensure your XPages make it Back to the Future.

Paul Withers (Intec Systems Ltd) @paulswithers

Dev10. Eclipse Plug-ins in Notes 101, and then some

Wednesday, March 23 | 17:15 - 18:00 | A. Foyer

At the beginning of time, Notes Development was built largely on Forms and Views. While Forms and Views are still the foundation for the modern Notes application, a new kid came on the block a few years ago. One of the most powerful development tools to make its way into Notes development is Eclipse. However, the journey from Forms and Views to Eclipse applications is a rocky one filled with pitfalls and gotchas. To try to demystify the development and installation of an Eclipse Plug-in for Domino, I will provide a sample application start to finish done using Eclipse and Domino.

Teresa Deane (BCC) @teresa_deane