HCL is inviting to their Digital Week where a number of events will be held virtual to deliver the latest – and I’m sure great – news around HCL Collaboration Solutions.
Feel free to register for this great event where you’ll get for example the following news:
- The world premiere of HCL Volt MX
- A preview of HCL Domino v12
- HCL Sametime Premium and HCL Connections v7
- Our world-famous Factory Tour
Register HERE for this great event.
Today HCL released the Domino AppDev Pack 1.0.5 with the following enhancements:
Support for the following:
- Domino server V10.0.1FP5 or later
- Domino server V11.0.1 or later
- Node.js V12
- (Preview) Java 1.8 or later
(Preview) A new JAR file with the com.hcl.domino.db API. This API is similar to the Node.js @domino/domino-db API, but does not yet support, rich text, agents, and Act-as-User operations. See install kit for information about the Java Doc.
(Preview) Support for working with rich text content. See here and here for more details.
A new way to configure the Domino server AppDev pack components. The AppDev Pack kit contains a new database template from which the Domino administrator creates the configuration database, adpconfig.nsf. For installation details see here.
Improved reliability for long running Proton applications.
Instructions for the make_certs.* and make_keyring.* scripts.
@domino/domino-db support for duplicate items using the duplicateItems property. Use this optional property to read and write items in a document with the same name. See here for more details.
Support for a related property, canonicalFormat. Use this property to request that item data be provided in a canonical format. See here for more details.
The Domino AppDev Pack 1.0.5 is already available at HCL Flexnet.
With HCL NICE you´re able to uninstall your Notes Client. But you also can use HCL NICE scripted with some options. Here´s a list of all possible options:
||Silent mode with status dialog box at the end
||Silent mode with progress bar
||Silent mode with progress bar and status dialog box at the end
||Remove program files
||Remove data files
||Force removal of all Notes installation information
||Remove Notes installation
||Remove ICAA installation
A great success story of an Austrian customer – A1 Telekom Austria – has been published by HCL.
It’s about a Domino platform which is used for sales pipeline management by over 900 persons. Feel free and read the whole story here:
Today I received the information from HCL Support that the current version of the Room and Resource calendar does not have the feature to span meetings with 24+ hours.
There´s a request for this option in the Domino Ideas Portal ( please vote !! )
There´s also a SPR # ASAEBQELLY created for this issue. So if you want this issue solved quick, open a case and reference to the case number CS0125933 and SPR # ASAEBQELLY.
Last week I could see an issue with the resource reservation database regarding meetings 24+ hours.
Beginning with V11 you´re able to schedule meetings for 24+ hours and this is working very well ( thanks to HCL !! ). But if you also reserve a meeting room you’ll find out that the meeting scheduled e.g. from Wednesday, July 1st, 07:00 to Friday, July 3rd, 18:00, will only show up as a 1-day-entry in the resource reservation database.
Here are the screenshots:
The meeting entry in the calendar
The meeting entry in the calendar overview
The calendar entry in the resource reservation database
The calendar entry detail ( correct EndDate )
After opening a case I received the information that this issue could be reproduced. So it seems that there´s a problem with the template of the resource reservation database.
If you want to refer to my existing case the case number is CS0125933.
After a great hint from Oliver Busse I checked if the free time search is working – and yes, it´s displaying the reserved time correctly:
A great story told by Matt Engstrom about 5 wrong statements about HCL Domino:
Myth 1 – Domino apps don’t work on mobile devices
Myth 2 – A Notes client is required to access my apps
Myth 3 – Specialized skills are required to build Domino apps
Myth 4 – My data cannot be integrated in external systems
Myth 5 – Domino apps are ugly
Read the whole story here: https://bit.ly/2MvfDhN