We came across the need to have users in a 2nd Domino Directory for a Single Page Application. These are external users, who register themselves and authenticate against IAM to access the application on the web.
We have had an early christmas day today - HCL has put some gifts underneath our tree. Gentlemen, start your engines - HCL Domino V12.0.1 is available for download, including a new beta client for a 64-bit windows version. You should give designer in 64-bit a try - you won't go back to the old one.
A couple of customers and students of our AppDevPack course called me on various channels that thex ran into issues with Proton and IAM, seeing Introspection errors trying act-as-user scenarios after September 30th.
HCL continues its release cycle of the AppDevPack with a new version that contains substantial changes in the way we deal with OAUTH2 Scopes. Read more in the What's new Section.
It is a true honour to me that Richard Moy and his team selected the two sessions I proposed to Collabsphere to become part of the conference schedule.
This quick video shows an example on how to build nice and feature rich data table operations on HCL Domino data - in this sample coming from a Domino view. It works with the AppDevPack or Project Keep or our own SIT REST API as demoed here.
As usual, the AppDevPack Documentation is already updated for the next coming version a couple of days before the code drop. Here's a list of new features in this release.
It only took 12 Iterations for the Groupware Dinosaur to finally receive some love from its owner and to get an integrated backup solution for Databases and Templates. While some ask "why so late ?", I am grateful for HCLs decision to tackle some long lasting drawbacks of the platform with V12.