On September 8th a very interesting webinar was organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, Take a Trip Into the Forest - A Java Primer on Maps, Trees and Collections by IBM Champion Howard Greenberg.
For those who missed this webinar below the content, slides (MWLUG) and video. As soon as the webinar slides are available I will add them to the blog post
Wondering how to take advantage of Java and managed beans in XPages? To do this requires knowing how to store data in Java objects and a good understanding of maps, trees, lists, and sets. No, we're not talking about Google Maps or those big green things in forests, but different Java interfaces!
Come learn from Howard Greenberg of TLCC as he discusses different programming models to use when storing application configuration information, speeding up lookups to Domino data and feeding data to repeat and table controls. Learn how to build reports from different data sources. Plus, Howard will also look at working with dates and numbers in Java and Domino. Finally, he will review the Domino Java APIs and an alternative, the OpenNTF Domino API.
Slides MWLUG Session- AD112 - Take a Trip Into the Forest - A Java Primer on Maps, Trees, and Collections
Download the sample application: Link Demonstration Databases
Use the link above to download the demonstration databases used in the Take a Trip Into the Forest - A Java Primer on Maps, Trees, and Collections session! See the readme.txt file in the zip file for more information on required OpenNTF projects. (Unzip to the Notes data directory, the databases should be in the mwlug2016 directory in the Notes data directory.)