Monthly Archives: December 2013

XPages: Make your PhaseListener Thread Safe

When implementing a JavaServer Faces (JSF) based framework for your XPages, you may decide to use a PhaseListener, or two, or three, or any number you want. PhaseListeners can be very powerful tools to help perform centralized processing for your application. Before we dive into the main topic of this article, it may be helpful to provide a base understanding of PhaseListeners and how to define one. If you already know how to use a PhaseListener then feel free to jump the next section.

What is a PhaseListener and how would I use it?

As JSF processes requests it fires specific events. These events are called Continue reading

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Meaning of CLFAD####E, CLFAD####W in XPages

Many a times during XPages development I have encountered error message like CLFAD####E and sometimes CLFAD####W. The error messages are very cryptic and give very little information and you might see something like this:

SEVERE: CLFAD####E: Exception processing XPage request.

There are time when the # characters get replaced by Continue reading

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