Use XPages in your existing Notes client applications (10)
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Från: Thomas Adrian
Yes, If both components are within the composite app you just can drag any
component top the left and right pane placeholders to achieve that.
Från: Hogne B. Pettersen
Would it be possible to let the frame be in a widghet in the right side bar
panel, while the original Notes Document is shown normally in the Notes client?
thanks Jesse, I didn\t know that, so much easier.
I updated my SO post with your answer,
Från: Jesse Gallagher
You can likely make it a bit easier on yourself by doing something like this:
@URLOpen("notes://" + @URLEncode("Domino"; @Name([CN]; @ServerName)) + "/" +
@WebDbName + "/somePage.xsp?OpenXPage&action=openDocument&documentId=" +
There are variations on the URL for server name and action, but that's the
basic idea. Doing a @UrlOpen (or the NotesUIWorkspace variant) with a notes URL
and "?OpenXPage" as the action should open the page in XPiNC, and the URL
parameters follow the same rules as normal web XPages.
what I showed you in this post was a way to share information between a notes
client form and the xpage using notes.ini, this technique is needed if your
component are not with the same composite application.
If you have a composite application containing more than one frame/window, you
can send information between them using the property broker, if you search this
site you find a few example of that as well.
Från: Wayne Sobers
Actually there is a new design element in 8.5 called components that you can
use to send a property to an XPage that is within a composite application. See
I try to add xpages to my client applications when ever I can. I have done
several composite applications which uses a mix of notes and web and they are
much appreciated. I think they should be used more. For customers not yet moved
to web composite app is a good way to begin that journey