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The XPages Extension Library's next-generation XPages controls make application development far more efficient, effective, scalable, and rewarding. With IBM(R) Lotus(R) Notes(R)/Domino(R) 8.5.3 and Upgrade Pack 1, IBM has incorporated powerful new capabilities and support. These components and technologies are now fully ready for even the toughest production challenges. XPages Extension Library is the first and only complete guide to Domino development with this library; it's the best manifestation yet of the underlying XPages Extensibility Framework. Complementing the popular Mastering XPages, it gives XPages developers complete information for taking full advantage of the new components from IBM. Combining reference material and practical use cases, the authors offer step-by- step guidance for installing and configuring the XPages Extension Library and using its state-of-the-art applications infrastructure to quickly create rich web applications with outstanding user experiences. Next, the authors provide detailed step-by-step guidance for leveraging the library's powerful new support for REST services, mobile and social development, and relational data. The book concludes by showing how to include Java(TM) code in Domino XPages applications-a great way to make them even more powerful. Coverage includes * Automating deployment of XPages Extension Library throughout your IBM Lotus Notes/Domino or IBM XWork environment * Integrating modern design patterns and best practices into Lotus Domino applications with drag-and-drop ease * Incorporating AJAX capabilities with Switch, In Place Form, and other dynamic content controls * Extending applications with Dojo widgets, popups, Tooltips, Dialogs, and Pickers * Implementing state-of-the-art navigation and outlines * Using Layout and Dynamic Views controls to painlessly modernize most Domino applications to XPages * Quickly building mobile interfaces for existing applications * Using social enablers to connect with social platforms and incorporate social features * Integrating SQL datasources into XPages data-driven applicationsForeword xv Preface xix Acknowledgments xxv About the Authors xxvii Contributing Authors xxix Part I: The Extension Library, Installation, Deployment, and an Application Tour Chapter 1 The Next Generation of XPages Controls 3 So How Did We Get Here? 4 Then Came Domino R.8.5.2, and the Extensibility Door Opened 4 OpenNTF and the Controls Too Good Not to Release 5 To Extensibility and Beyond 5 What Makes an XPages Control Next Generation? 5 What Is the XPages Extension Library? 6 Making Domino Application Development Easier, Faster, and Better 8 What Are the Most Important Controls and Why? 8 XPages Learning Shortcuts 9 Bells and Whistles: Welcome to the Future 10 Get Social 10 Upwardly Mobile 11 Relational Data 11 RESTful Web Services 12 Doing It Yourself with Java 12 Conclusion 12 Chapter 2 Installation and Deployment of the XPages Extension Library 13 Downloading the ExtLib 13 Installing the ExtLib via the Upgrade Pack 17 Deploying ExtLib to Developers in Designer 18 Uninstalling the Extension Library from Designer 27 Server Deployment 28 Automatic Server Deployment in Domino 8.5.3 28 Automatic Server Deployment in Domino 8.5.2 34 Manually Deploying Libraries to a Server 38 Deploying the Extension Library to End Users 40 Widget Catalog Setup 41 Creating a Widget Configuration 42 Provisioning the Extension Library Widget to Other Users 50 Conclusion 52 Chapter 3 TeamRoom Template Tour 53 Where to Get the TeamRoom Template and How to Get Started 54 The TeamRoom Template and Why It Was a Good Candidate for Modernization 55 TeamRoom Redesign Brief and Features 56 Application Layout 56 Recent Activities: The Home Page 59 All Documents 60 The Document Form 61 Calendar 63 Members 64 Mobile 66 Lessons Learned and Best Practices 67 Conclusion 68 Part II : The Basics: The Application's Infrastructure Chapter 4 Forms, Dynamic Content, and More! 71 Form Layout Components 71 Form Table (xe:formTable, xe:formRow, xe:formColumn) 71 Forum Post (xe:forumPost) 78 Dynamic Content 80 In Place Form Control (xe:inPlaceForm) 80 Dynamic Content (xe:dynamicContent) 83 Switch (xe:switchFacet) 88 Miscellaneous Controls 89 Multi-Image (xe:multiImage) 89 List Container (xe:list) 91 Keep Session Alive (xe:keepSessionAlive) 92 Conclusion 93 Chapter 5 Dojo Made Easy 95 What Is Dojo? 95 Default Dojo Libraries Using Dojo Modules in XPages 96 Simple Dojo Example: dijit.form.ValidationTextBox 99 Dojo Example for Slider 100 Dojo Themes 102 Dojo Modules and Dojo in the Extension Library 103 Benefits and Differences of Dojo Extension Library Components 104 Dojo Extensions to the Edit Box Control 104 Dojo Text Box (xe:djTextBox) 104 Dojo Validation Text Box (xe:djValidationTextBox) 106 Dojo Number Text Box, Dojo Currency Text Box (xe:djNumberTextBox and xe:djCurrencyTextBox) 113 Dojo Number Spinner (xe:djNumberSpinner) 115 Dojo Date Text Box and Dojo Time Text Box (xe:djDateTextBox and xe:djTimeTextBox) 116 Dojo Extensions to the Multiline Edit Box Control 119 Dojo Extensions to the Select Control 120 Dojo Combo Box and Dojo Filtering Select (xe:djComboBox and xe:djFilteringSelect) 120 Dojo Check Box and Dojo Radio Button 126 Dojo Extensions to Buttons 126 Dojo Toggle Button Control 128 Composite Dojo Extensions 130 Sliders 131 Dojo Link Select (xe:djLinkSelect) 135 Dojo Image Select 137 Dojo Effects Simple Actions 140 Dojo Fade and Wipe Effects 140 Dojo Slide To Effect 142 Dojo Animation 143 Conclusion 147 Chapter 6 Pop-Ups: Tooltips, Dialogs, and Pickers 149 Tooltip (xe:tooltip) 149 Dialogs 153 Dialog (xe:dialog) 153 Tooltip Dialog (xe:tooltipDialog) 160 Value Picker (xe:valuePicker) 162 Dojo Name Text Box and Dojo List Text Box (xe:djextNameTextBox and xe:djextListTextBox) 164 Name Picker (xe:namePicker) 165 Validating a Picker 167 Conclusion 170 Chapter 7 Views 171 Dynamic View Panel (xe:dynamicViewPanel) 171 Data Grid 175 REST Service 176 Dojo Data Grid Control (xe:djxDataGrid) 179 Dojo Data Grid Contents 182 InViewEditing 184 View Events 186 iNotes ListView (xe:listView) 187 Dynamic ListView 188 ListView Column 192 iNotes Calendar (xe:calendarView) 194 Calendar Views in the Notes Client 194 REST Service: calendarJsonLegacyService 196 REST Service: Notes Calendar Store 197 Notes Calendar Control 200 View Events 203 Data View (xe:dataView) 206 Pagers 207 PagerSaveState (xe:pagerSaveState) /View State Beans 212 Columns 214 Multiple Columns 219 Forum View 220 Conclusion 221 Chapter 8 Outlines and Navigation 223 The Dojo Layout Controls 223 The Content Pane 223 The Border Container and Border Pane 225 Accordion Container and Accordion Pane 229 The Tab Container and the Tab Pane 231 The Stack Container and the Stack Pane 238 Understanding the Tree Node Concept 239 Standard Node Types 239 The Advanced Node Types 242 Using the Navigator Controls 247 The Navigator Control 247 The Bread Crumbs Control (xe:breadCrumbs) 249 The List of Links Control (xe:linkList) 250 The Sort Links Control (xe:sortLinks) 251 The Link Container Controls 251 The Pop-up Menu Control (xe:popupMenu) 252 The Toolbar Control (xe:toolbar) 254 The Outline Control (xe:outline) 255 The Accordion Control (xe:accordion) 256 The Tag Cloud Control (xe:tagCloud) 257 The Widget Container Control (xe:widgetContainer) 260 Conclusion 261 Chapter 9 The Application's Layout 263 History of OneUI 263 Easy OneUI Development with the Application Layout Control 264 Legal 267 Navigation Path 268 The Footer 269 The Placebar 270 Search Bar 271 The Banner 272 The Title Bar 273 Product Logo 273 Mast Header and Footer 273 The Layout Control Tooling in Designer 274 Using the Application Layout Within a Custom Control 276 Conclusion 280 Part III: Bell and Whistles: Mobile, REST, RDBMS, and Social Chapter 10 XPages Goes Mobile 283 In the Beginning 283 The XPages Mobile Controls the Extension Library 284 The Basics of the XPages Mobile Controls 284 The Single Page Application Control 286 The Mobile Page Control 288 The Page Heading Control 288 Rounded List (xe:djxmRoundRectList) 289 Static Line Item (xe:djxmLineItem) 291 Mobile Switch (xe:djxmSwitch) 292 Tab Bar (xe:tabBar) 295 Tab Bar Button (xe:tabBarButton) 298 The XPages Mobile Theme 298 Hello Mobile World Tutorial 300 1. Enable the App for the Extension Library and Mobile 300 2. Create a New XPage and Mobile Application 301 3. Add a View Document Collection to the Mobile Page 302 4. Display More Rows 304 5. Opening a Document from the Data View 306 6. Editing and Saving Document Changes 311 Deep Dive into the Controls in the Extension Library, with Examples of Their Use 315 Outline Control 315 Hash Tags 318 Form Table Control (xe:formTable) 318 Dynamic Content Control 320 Data View Control 321 More Link 322 Filter Data 323 Multiple Controls 324 Move to Mobile Page Action 325 Heading (xe:djxmheading) 325 Large Content 326 Using Dojo to Modify Controls 327 XPages Mobile Phone Application Gotchas 327 The Differences Between Web App and Mobile App Layout 327 What Stays the Same? 330 What Has Changed? 330 Conclusion 333 Chapter 11 REST Services 335 REST Services in the XPages Extension Library 336 XPages REST Service Control (xe:restService) 338 Standard Attributes for REST Service Control 338 Standard Attributes for Each Service Type 340 Hello REST World 1: Using the pathInfo Property 340 Example of an XPage that Uses the REST Service Control 340 Hello REST World 2: Computed Column to Join Data 341 Example of a REST Service Control with a Computed Column 341 Hello REST World 3: REST Service in a Data Grid 342 Example of Binding a Grid to a REST Service Control 342 Domino REST Service from XPages Samples 343 Data Service 344 Data Services-Contacts and All Types 345 Dojo Grid Using JSON Rest Data Services 345 Dojo NotesPeek 347 Consuming Service Data with Other Controls 348 iNotes List View 348 iNotes Calendar 349 Calling a Remote Service from Domino 351 JSON-RPC Service 351 Consuming Service Data from External Applications 353 OpenSocial Gadgets 353 Accessing Data Services from Domino as a Built-In Service 356 Enabling the Service on the Domino Server 357 Domino Data Services 360 Database JSON Collection Service 360 View JSON Collection Service 361 View JSON Service 362 View Design JSON Service 366 Document Collection JSON Service 367 Document JSON Service 368 Developing Custom REST Services 375 Conclusion 375 Chapter 12 XPages Gets Relational 377 Accessing Relational Data Through JDBC 377 Installing a JDBC Driver 379 Creating a Connection to the RDBMS 406 Using Relational Datasources on an XPage 410 Working with the xe:jdbcQuery Datasource 413 Working with the xe:jdbcRowSet Datasource 414 Properties Common to Both the xe:jdbcQuery and xe:jdbcRowSet Datasources 415 JDBC Datasources and Concurrency 415 Server-Side JavaScript JDBC API for XPages and Debugging 417 Java JDBC API for XPages 425 Conclusion 428 Chapter 13 Get Social 429 Going Social 429 Get Started 430 Setup 431 OAuth 431 OAuth Dance 431 OAuth Token Store Template 434 Configure Applications to Use OAuth 439 REST API Calls and Endpoints 439 Endpoint Configuration 440 Access Endpoints 446 REST API Calls 447 Utilities for Parsing 449 REST Datasources 450 The Connections Datasource (xe:connectionsData) 452 File Service Data (xe:fileServiceData) Datasource 452 Activity Stream Data (xe:activityStreamData) 454 Proxies 455 Domino Proxy 455 ExtLib Proxies 457 User Profiles and Identities 457 User and People Beans 458 Extensions to User and People Beans 459 Enablement of Extensions 462 Caching of User Information 464 User Identities 465 User Interface Controls 467 Files Controls for Dropbox, LotusLive, and Connections 467 Sametime Controls 471 Connections Controls 474 Facebook Controls 478 IBM Social Business Toolkit 482 Conclusion 485 Part IV: Getting Under the Covers with Java Chapter 14 Java Development in XPages 489 Benefits of Java Development 489 Referencing Native Java in Server-Side JavaScript 490 Using Java That Others Have Written 491 Setting Up Domino Designer to Create Java Classes 499 Introduction to Java Beans 506 Managed Beans 508 The User and People Bean 509 Conclusion 512 Appendix A Resources 513 Other Resources 514 Index 515


Szczegóły: XPages Extension Library - Paul Withers, Tim Tripcony, Declan Sciolla-Lynch

Tytuł: XPages Extension Library
Autor: Paul Withers, Tim Tripcony, Declan Sciolla-Lynch
Producent: IBM Press
ISBN: 9780132901819
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 576
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The XPages Extension Library's next-generation XPages controls make application development far more efficient, effective, scalable, and rewarding. With IBM(R) Lotus(R) Notes(R)/Domino(R) 8.5.3 and Upgrade Pack 1, IBM has incorporated powerful new capabilities and support. These components and technologies are now fully ready for even the toughest production challenges. XPages Extension Library is the first and only complete guide to Domino development with this library; it's the best manifestation yet of the underlying XPages Extensibility Framework. Complementing the popular Mastering XPages, it gives XPages developers complete information for taking full advantage of the new components from IBM. Combining reference material and practical use cases, the authors offer step-by- step guidance for installing and configuring the XPages Extension Library and using its state-of-the-art applications infrastructure to quickly create rich web applications with outstanding user experiences. Next, the authors provide detailed step-by-step guidance for leveraging the library's powerful new support for REST services, mobile and social development, and relational data. The book concludes by showing how to include Java(TM) code in Domino XPages applications-a great way to make them even more powerful. Coverage includes * Automating deployment of XPages Extension Library throughout your IBM Lotus Notes/Domino or IBM XWork environment * Integrating modern design patterns and best practices into Lotus Domino applications with drag-and-drop ease * Incorporating AJAX capabilities with Switch, In Place Form, and other dynamic content controls * Extending applications with Dojo widgets, popups, Tooltips, Dialogs, and Pickers * Implementing state-of-the-art navigation and outlines * Using Layout and Dynamic Views controls to painlessly modernize most Domino applications to XPages * Quickly building mobile interfaces for existing applications * Using social enablers to connect with social platforms and incorporate social features * Integrating SQL datasources into XPages data-driven applicationsForeword xv Preface xix Acknowledgments xxv About the Authors xxvii Contributing Authors xxix Part I: The Extension Library, Installation, Deployment, and an Application Tour Chapter 1 The Next Generation of XPages Controls 3 So How Did We Get Here? 4 Then Came Domino R.8.5.2, and the Extensibility Door Opened 4 OpenNTF and the Controls Too Good Not to Release 5 To Extensibility and Beyond 5 What Makes an XPages Control Next Generation? 5 What Is the XPages Extension Library? 6 Making Domino Application Development Easier, Faster, and Better 8 What Are the Most Important Controls and Why? 8 XPages Learning Shortcuts 9 Bells and Whistles: Welcome to the Future 10 Get Social 10 Upwardly Mobile 11 Relational Data 11 RESTful Web Services 12 Doing It Yourself with Java 12 Conclusion 12 Chapter 2 Installation and Deployment of the XPages Extension Library 13 Downloading the ExtLib 13 Installing the ExtLib via the Upgrade Pack 17 Deploying ExtLib to Developers in Designer 18 Uninstalling the Extension Library from Designer 27 Server Deployment 28 Automatic Server Deployment in Domino 8.5.3 28 Automatic Server Deployment in Domino 8.5.2 34 Manually Deploying Libraries to a Server 38 Deploying the Extension Library to End Users 40 Widget Catalog Setup 41 Creating a Widget Configuration 42 Provisioning the Extension Library Widget to Other Users 50 Conclusion 52 Chapter 3 TeamRoom Template Tour 53 Where to Get the TeamRoom Template and How to Get Started 54 The TeamRoom Template and Why It Was a Good Candidate for Modernization 55 TeamRoom Redesign Brief and Features 56 Application Layout 56 Recent Activities: The Home Page 59 All Documents 60 The Document Form 61 Calendar 63 Members 64 Mobile 66 Lessons Learned and Best Practices 67 Conclusion 68 Part II : The Basics: The Application's Infrastructure Chapter 4 Forms, Dynamic Content, and More! 71 Form Layout Components 71 Form Table (xe:formTable, xe:formRow, xe:formColumn) 71 Forum Post (xe:forumPost) 78 Dynamic Content 80 In Place Form Control (xe:inPlaceForm) 80 Dynamic Content (xe:dynamicContent) 83 Switch (xe:switchFacet) 88 Miscellaneous Controls 89 Multi-Image (xe:multiImage) 89 List Container (xe:list) 91 Keep Session Alive (xe:keepSessionAlive) 92 Conclusion 93 Chapter 5 Dojo Made Easy 95 What Is Dojo? 95 Default Dojo Libraries Using Dojo Modules in XPages 96 Simple Dojo Example: dijit.form.ValidationTextBox 99 Dojo Example for Slider 100 Dojo Themes 102 Dojo Modules and Dojo in the Extension Library 103 Benefits and Differences of Dojo Extension Library Components 104 Dojo Extensions to the Edit Box Control 104 Dojo Text Box (xe:djTextBox) 104 Dojo Validation Text Box (xe:djValidationTextBox) 106 Dojo Number Text Box, Dojo Currency Text Box (xe:djNumberTextBox and xe:djCurrencyTextBox) 113 Dojo Number Spinner (xe:djNumberSpinner) 115 Dojo Date Text Box and Dojo Time Text Box (xe:djDateTextBox and xe:djTimeTextBox) 116 Dojo Extensions to the Multiline Edit Box Control 119 Dojo Extensions to the Select Control 120 Dojo Combo Box and Dojo Filtering Select (xe:djComboBox and xe:djFilteringSelect) 120 Dojo Check Box and Dojo Radio Button 126 Dojo Extensions to Buttons 126 Dojo Toggle Button Control 128 Composite Dojo Extensions 130 Sliders 131 Dojo Link Select (xe:djLinkSelect) 135 Dojo Image Select 137 Dojo Effects Simple Actions 140 Dojo Fade and Wipe Effects 140 Dojo Slide To Effect 142 Dojo Animation 143 Conclusion 147 Chapter 6 Pop-Ups: Tooltips, Dialogs, and Pickers 149 Tooltip (xe:tooltip) 149 Dialogs 153 Dialog (xe:dialog) 153 Tooltip Dialog (xe:tooltipDialog) 160 Value Picker (xe:valuePicker) 162 Dojo Name Text Box and Dojo List Text Box (xe:djextNameTextBox and xe:djextListTextBox) 164 Name Picker (xe:namePicker) 165 Validating a Picker 167 Conclusion 170 Chapter 7 Views 171 Dynamic View Panel (xe:dynamicViewPanel) 171 Data Grid 175 REST Service 176 Dojo Data Grid Control (xe:djxDataGrid) 179 Dojo Data Grid Contents 182 InViewEditing 184 View Events 186 iNotes ListView (xe:listView) 187 Dynamic ListView 188 ListView Column 192 iNotes Calendar (xe:calendarView) 194 Calendar Views in the Notes Client 194 REST Service: calendarJsonLegacyService 196 REST Service: Notes Calendar Store 197 Notes Calendar Control 200 View Events 203 Data View (xe:dataView) 206 Pagers 207 PagerSaveState (xe:pagerSaveState) /View State Beans 212 Columns 214 Multiple Columns 219 Forum View 220 Conclusion 221 Chapter 8 Outlines and Navigation 223 The Dojo Layout Controls 223 The Content Pane 223 The Border Container and Border Pane 225 Accordion Container and Accordion Pane 229 The Tab Container and the Tab Pane 231 The Stack Container and the Stack Pane 238 Understanding the Tree Node Concept 239 Standard Node Types 239 The Advanced Node Types 242 Using the Navigator Controls 247 The Navigator Control 247 The Bread Crumbs Control (xe:breadCrumbs) 249 The List of Links Control (xe:linkList) 250 The Sort Links Control (xe:sortLinks) 251 The Link Container Controls 251 The Pop-up Menu Control (xe:popupMenu) 252 The Toolbar Control (xe:toolbar) 254 The Outline Control (xe:outline) 255 The Accordion Control (xe:accordion) 256 The Tag Cloud Control (xe:tagCloud) 257 The Widget Container Control (xe:widgetContainer) 260 Conclusion 261 Chapter 9 The Application's Layout 263 History of OneUI 263 Easy OneUI Development with the Application Layout Control 264 Legal 267 Navigation Path 268 The Footer 269 The Placebar 270 Search Bar 271 The Banner 272 The Title Bar 273 Product Logo 273 Mast Header and Footer 273 The Layout Control Tooling in Designer 274 Using the Application Layout Within a Custom Control 276 Conclusion 280 Part III: Bell and Whistles: Mobile, REST, RDBMS, and Social Chapter 10 XPages Goes Mobile 283 In the Beginning 283 The XPages Mobile Controls the Extension Library 284 The Basics of the XPages Mobile Controls 284 The Single Page Application Control 286 The Mobile Page Control 288 The Page Heading Control 288 Rounded List (xe:djxmRoundRectList) 289 Static Line Item (xe:djxmLineItem) 291 Mobile Switch (xe:djxmSwitch) 292 Tab Bar (xe:tabBar) 295 Tab Bar Button (xe:tabBarButton) 298 The XPages Mobile Theme 298 Hello Mobile World Tutorial 300 1. Enable the App for the Extension Library and Mobile 300 2. Create a New XPage and Mobile Application 301 3. Add a View Document Collection to the Mobile Page 302 4. Display More Rows 304 5. Opening a Document from the Data View 306 6. Editing and Saving Document Changes 311 Deep Dive into the Controls in the Extension Library, with Examples of Their Use 315 Outline Control 315 Hash Tags 318 Form Table Control (xe:formTable) 318 Dynamic Content Control 320 Data View Control 321 More Link 322 Filter Data 323 Multiple Controls 324 Move to Mobile Page Action 325 Heading (xe:djxmheading) 325 Large Content 326 Using Dojo to Modify Controls 327 XPages Mobile Phone Application Gotchas 327 The Differences Between Web App and Mobile App Layout 327 What Stays the Same? 330 What Has Changed? 330 Conclusion 333 Chapter 11 REST Services 335 REST Services in the XPages Extension Library 336 XPages REST Service Control (xe:restService) 338 Standard Attributes for REST Service Control 338 Standard Attributes for Each Service Type 340 Hello REST World 1: Using the pathInfo Property 340 Example of an XPage that Uses the REST Service Control 340 Hello REST World 2: Computed Column to Join Data 341 Example of a REST Service Control with a Computed Column 341 Hello REST World 3: REST Service in a Data Grid 342 Example of Binding a Grid to a REST Service Control 342 Domino REST Service from XPages Samples 343 Data Service 344 Data Services-Contacts and All Types 345 Dojo Grid Using JSON Rest Data Services 345 Dojo NotesPeek 347 Consuming Service Data with Other Controls 348 iNotes List View 348 iNotes Calendar 349 Calling a Remote Service from Domino 351 JSON-RPC Service 351 Consuming Service Data from External Applications 353 OpenSocial Gadgets 353 Accessing Data Services from Domino as a Built-In Service 356 Enabling the Service on the Domino Server 357 Domino Data Services 360 Database JSON Collection Service 360 View JSON Collection Service 361 View JSON Service 362 View Design JSON Service 366 Document Collection JSON Service 367 Document JSON Service 368 Developing Custom REST Services 375 Conclusion 375 Chapter 12 XPages Gets Relational 377 Accessing Relational Data Through JDBC 377 Installing a JDBC Driver 379 Creating a Connection to the RDBMS 406 Using Relational Datasources on an XPage 410 Working with the xe:jdbcQuery Datasource 413 Working with the xe:jdbcRowSet Datasource 414 Properties Common to Both the xe:jdbcQuery and xe:jdbcRowSet Datasources 415 JDBC Datasources and Concurrency 415 Server-Side JavaScript JDBC API for XPages and Debugging 417 Java JDBC API for XPages 425 Conclusion 428 Chapter 13 Get Social 429 Going Social 429 Get Started 430 Setup 431 OAuth 431 OAuth Dance 431 OAuth Token Store Template 434 Configure Applications to Use OAuth 439 REST API Calls and Endpoints 439 Endpoint Configuration 440 Access Endpoints 446 REST API Calls 447 Utilities for Parsing 449 REST Datasources 450 The Connections Datasource (xe:connectionsData) 452 File Service Data (xe:fileServiceData) Datasource 452 Activity Stream Data (xe:activityStreamData) 454 Proxies 455 Domino Proxy 455 ExtLib Proxies 457 User Profiles and Identities 457 User and People Beans 458 Extensions to User and People Beans 459 Enablement of Extensions 462 Caching of User Information 464 User Identities 465 User Interface Controls 467 Files Controls for Dropbox, LotusLive, and Connections 467 Sametime Controls 471 Connections Controls 474 Facebook Controls 478 IBM Social Business Toolkit 482 Conclusion 485 Part IV: Getting Under the Covers with Java Chapter 14 Java Development in XPages 489 Benefits of Java Development 489 Referencing Native Java in Server-Side JavaScript 490 Using Java That Others Have Written 491 Setting Up Domino Designer to Create Java Classes 499 Introduction to Java Beans 506 Managed Beans 508 The User and People Bean 509 Conclusion 512 Appendix A Resources 513 Other Resources 514 Index 515

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Tytuł: XPages Extension Library
Autor: Paul Withers, Tim Tripcony, Declan Sciolla-Lynch
Producent: IBM Press
ISBN: 9780132901819
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 576
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