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    DomDisc and the Domino data api DomDisc and the Domino data api Presentation Transcript

    • DomDiscAn Open Source Android app thatreplicateswith Domino discussion databases(Primarily) a presentation on theDomino DataService APIBy Jens Bruntt – jbr@convergens.dkhttp://www.convergens.dkOrhttp://www.jens.bruntt.dk16/5-2013
    • Purpose of the DomDisc App● Mobility by– Accessing one or multiple standard Notesdiscussion databases on a Smartphone (or tablet)– Having offline capability– Having Create option– Synchronizing in the background
    • Screen dumps from app
    • Installation of the DomDisc apphttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.openntf.domdiscOr scan this:
    • Working with the Domino DataService API
    • Domino Data Service API● What is it?● A REST-api for IBM Domino– PUT, POST, DEL– JSON in and out from the service● Lets you access and work with Notes(Documents) in NSFs hosted on Domino
    • Reading documents1/3the full list of notes in the dbSample urlhttp://dev.openntf.org/demos/domdiscdemo.nsf/api/data/documents/Returns small entries – not full notes
    • Reading documents 2/3● We now have a complete list of document-references. With minimal data:– Modified date/time– Unid– href● If we need the full note we can visit the href
    • Reading documents 3/3The full note
    • Next time we need to replicatebasic workflow - server-to-app● Read the same start-URL (all notes in smallformat) for an updated list● Pseudo code for each UNID in the list● Have we saved this UNID before?– Yes: Check if @modified local<> server value● Yes: get the update note and update local storage● No: ignore– No: Get the note and save in local storage
    • Authentication with Domino
    • Getting an authentication token fromDomino with SSO configuration● POST a form that has the samecontent as the one seen here ->● Response from server:– Set-Cookie: DominoAuthSessID=xyzor– Set-Cookie: LtpaToken=abc● Copy this value. Insert it in the HTTPheader for all your GETs, POSTs● Bob is your uncle. Domino acceptsyour requests - you are logged in
    • What happens when you click Log in
    • Code walkthru
    • More information
    • Test the app with openntf.orgParameters to put in the app● Host name: dev.openntf.org● Path to database:/demos/domdiscdemo.nsf● Username for login: youropenntf.org name● Password: your openntf.orgpassword● Use SSL: no● Http Port: 80Check in browser● http://dev.openntf.org/demos/domdiscdemo.nsfInstall ->
    • Getting the app code● Code is available from– Openntf.org– https://github.com/OpenNTF/DomDIsc● Apache License 2.0 which means:– You can copy and use the code● Must link to the source of the code● Can create closed-source code from the source
    • Working with the Domino DataService API and other technologiesused in the app● There are pointers - links in the app source:github.com developer.txt on these subjects– Accessing Domino Data Service– Using SPRING Rest template– Using ActionBar Sherlock - lets you have theaction bar design pattern on older Android devices– Including libraries in Android