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172:  XPages Java Debugging

In this show XPages “Professor” and IBM Champion, Mr. Paul Withers returns for an in depth look at how to use the Java Debugger to step through the Java code in your XPages applications. In the beginning and end of the show he’ll also talk about OpenLog which was originally an AMAZING project from Julian Robichaux that Paul has enhanced for the XPages world. This show finally sees a slightly different format that I’ve been wanting to do for a while. We did this demo via Gotomeeting so I was able to talk to Paul and ask some questions throughout the demo. I’m hoping this will be a benefit for certain topics and maybe even certain speakers – especially new ones that might not feel comfortable in doing a demo solo. So really there should be no more excuses. :) Let me know what you think! Thanks

116:  Data Contexts and Variable Resolvers

In this show Paul Withers returns to enlighten us on what Data Contexts and Variable Resolvers are and how to use them in XPages.

96:  Using Designer to Search and Replace Notes Rich Client Elements

IBM Champion and popular speaker Paul Withers returns to NotesIn9 with an interesting look at ways to bridge the gap with new XPages skills and classic Notes Client design elements. In this show he’ll demonstrate techniques on using Domino Designer to search and even replace classic design elements like forms, views, action bars and agents.

140:  SourceTree Deep Dive

In this episode Paul Withers comes back on the show for a deeper look at using SourceTree and Git Flow. This comes from the session he did with Declan Lynch at IBM Connect. In that session they ran out of time so this should fill in some of the missing pieces that they didn’t get to cover. I use SourceTree and HG Flow which is the Mercurial version of Git Flow in my Day Job all the time. While there are some quirks due to Designer and you do need to be careful and understand what’s going on, it is a really nice Source Control solution and I recommend it to any Developer. Information on the original SNT session which included slides on setting up local servers if you don’t want to use something like BitBucket or GitHub can be found here:

34:  F4 is your Friend

In this show we have another great guest contributor. Paul Withers from Intec Solutions comes on the show to introduce to us to what should be our new Best Friend, otherwise known as the “F4 key”. Learn how to use this key to find all the hidden methods and properties from your objects.

65:  XPages Mobile Value Picker

In this show Paul Withers from Intec Systems comes back on to talk about Mobile Controls and picking values.