Darin Egan commented on Jan 25, 2011

Re: Creating a Java Control in an NSF

@ Robert - The xsp-config file format has been documented see the article "XPages configuration file format".

@ Benjamin - For further information, on how to expose properties on a tag see the next article "Creating a Basic UI Control for XPages".

Robert Shaver commented on Jul 16, 2010

Creating a Java Control in an NSF

The comment system has stripped out some of the text so that my previous comment makes little sense. Trying to use this wiki is frustrating** discouraging and is not a good example for the power of Notes.

Robert Shaver commented on Jul 16, 2010

Creating a Java Control in an NSF

Nice tutorial. I followed you up to the section "Create an xsp-config file defining the control".

1. Where is xsp-config file format documented?

2. How do I form the value in the ? Your example has http://example.com/xsp/control.

3. Can I assume the domain where controlDev was created is example.com and the Notes database is http://example.com/controlDev.nsf?

4. The path example.com/xsp/control implies something deployed on the server or is this just for namespace usage and does not imply an actual domain that can be found on the web? A reference to something that explains this would be welcome.

5. What is the value in used for and where is it documented?

Thanks again.

Rob:-]

Benjamin Wuttke commented on Jun 14, 2010

Creating a Java Control in an NSF

Hi,

i would like to know what to do, if i want to add tag attributes (e.g. "style" or "value") to the tag.

Do i have to write a tag-handler and a tag-library-descriptor? If yes, how to do that in domino?

Thanks in advance,

Ben