XPages and Me

My Journey into XPages Development

Monthly Archives: February 2015

Diving into Bootstrap and Font Awesome – Part 5: Checkbox Group

If you want to style your XPages Checkbox Group with Bootstrap, simply wrap it inside a div with the class “checkbox”

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sessionAsSigner Oddities – Part 1

During a recent project, I had to start using sessionAsSigner in my SSJS.

For those of you, who don’t know what sessionAsSigner does: It allows a current user, to run code and do things he usually wouldn’t be allowed to do, due to his access level for a certain application. sessionAsSigner runs the code with the access level of the signer of the design element. So, whoever touched the XPage or Script Library last in the designer, this person’s access rights will be used for sessionAsSigner. That means, if you roll an application out to production, make sure all design elements are being signed with the admin ID.

Though it works very well, I also ran into some odd behavior while using it. I am not sure if this is going to be a whole series (as I don’t know if I’ll encounter any more issues), but I thought I’ll start it out as one, just in case.

So, what happened? In this particular instance, I wanted to read the content of a rich text field as MIME Entity. I’ve used that in several other projects and it worked very well.
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Diving into Bootstrap and Font Awesome – Part 4: Gone with the Partial Refresh

In Part 5 of my “Dabbling in Bootstrap and Font Awesome” series, I showed you, how you can add tooltips to your fields / buttons by using the attr properties and initializing it with an output script.

If you used this technique, you might have noticed that, after a partial refresh, the tooltips’ Bootstrap rendering is gone. This is due to the fact, that the DOM tree of the partial refresh area gets rebuild and sent back to the browser.

In this post, I am going to show you, what you can do to reinitialize the tooltips after a partial refresh.
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