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#1
[Originally posted by jroysdon]

Tony,
Without going into alot of details, the customer that I work at(a large
corporation) made a global decision that all new development with to be web
based and done in JAVA. While I do not view this as a bad thing, it has thrown
us into a large scramble to pick up our skills.

A few of us, from various consulting firms, have decided to form a study group
and I just wanted you to know that we've recommended your book. While it is
focused on Domino development and we will be looking at JAVA as a whole, we
feel it will help in using the existing Domino infrastructure this client has
in place. (Side Note: The response to the study group is better than we
expected and we are afraid this might turn into a users group).

My question is this (and this may not be the place to ask): Besides the IBM
VAJ repository, do you know of a notes database (freeware or shareware) where
we can store script libraries for collaborative development? Our plans are to
come out of this study group with a library of reusable code, beans, and such.

Jim

P.S. Did you know that Bookpool.com does not carry your books? Or anything
from MANNING?? Too bad, I like that book store.
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#2
Re: New group Started
[Originally posted by aspatton]

Actually, I have never heard of bookpool.com. I will check it, thanks.

I am unsure of your question concerning code repository, there is a website
called codestore.net that has lots of Domino info. Also, you can create your
own from your group...

Tony.
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#3
Re: New group Started
[Originally posted by dominodivine]

The best thing to do is to register a domain name created from you group name
then package your classes under that name this is how it should be done your
are still using Java. There is no way to share script Libaries across
database. They can only be used within the database that is running the agent
or action.
> Tony,
> Without going into alot of details, the customer that I work at(a large
> corporation) made a global decision that all new development with to be web
> based and done in JAVA. While I do not view this as a bad thing, it has thrown
> us into a large scramble to pick up our skills.
>
> A few of us, from various consulting firms, have decided to form a study group
> and I just wanted you to know that we've recommended your book. While it is
> focused on Domino development and we will be looking at JAVA as a whole, we
> feel it will help in using the existing Domino infrastructure this client has
> in place. (Side Note: The response to the study group is better than we
> expected and we are afraid this might turn into a users group).
>
> My question is this (and this may not be the place to ask): Besides the IBM
> VAJ repository, do you know of a notes database (freeware or shareware) where
> we can store script libraries for collaborative development? Our plans are to
> come out of this study group with a library of reusable code, beans, and
such.
>
> Jim
>
> P.S. Did you know that Bookpool.com does not carry your books? Or anything
> from MANNING?? Too bad, I like that book store.
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#4
Re: New group Started
[Originally posted by aspatton]

Actually, R5 has the ability to keep a central code respository via Script
Libraries. If you copy/paste a Script Libary you will be prompted with a
message asking if the element should be linked to the original so that it is
refreshed when the original changes. If you answer yes, the changes cascade
from the main....

Tony.
import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
#5
Re: New group Started
[Originally posted by jroysdon]

You know, I always saw that and never paid it any attention. I do everything
in my power to create reusable code and cut and paste libraries quite often. I
guess that would make sense.

Thanks,
Jim (learning something new every day) Roysdon