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Mastering XPages: A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language (IBM Press) [ペーパーバック]

Martin Wallace, Mark McGuckin, Tony Donnelly

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The first complete, practical guide to XPages development - direct from members of the XPages development team at IBM Lotus


Martin Donnelly, Mark Wallace, and Tony McGuckin have written the definitive programmer's guide to utilizing this breakthrough technology. Packed with tips, tricks, and best practices from IBM's own XPages developers, Mastering XPages brings together all the information developers need to become experts - whether you’re experienced with Notes/Domino development or not. The authors start from the very beginning, helping developers steadily build your expertise through practical code examples and clear, complete explanations. Readers will work through scores of real-world XPages examples, learning cutting-edge XPages and XSP language skills and gaining deep insight into the entire development process. Drawing on their own experience working directly with XPages users and customers, the authors illuminate both the technology and how it can be applied to solving real business problems.


Martin Donnelly previously led a software startup that developed and distributed small business accounting software. Donnelly holds a Commerce degree from University College Cork and an M.S. in Computer Science from Boston University.


Mark Wallace has worked at IBM for 15 years on many projects as a technical architect and application developer.


Tony McGuckin participates in the Lotus OneUI Web Application and iWidget Adoption Workgroup. He holds a bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from the University of Ulster.


The authors of this book have a number of things in common. All three hail from Ireland, work for the IBM Ireland software lab, and have made significant contributions to the development of XPages over the past number of years.


Martin Donnelly is a software architect and tech lead for the XPages runtime team in IBM Ireland and has worked on all three XPages releases from Notes/Domino 8.5 through 8.5.2. Prior to this, Martin also worked on XFaces for Lotus Component Designer and on JSF tooling for Rational Application Developer. In the 1990s while living and working in Massachusetts, he was a lead developer on Domino Designer. Now once again based in Ireland, Martin lives in Cork with his wife Aileen, daughters Alison, Aisling, and Maeve, and retired greyhounds Evie and Chelsea. Outside of work, he confesses to playing soccer on a weekly basis and salmon angling during the summer when the opportunity presents itself.


Mark Wallace is a software architect working in the IBM Ireland software lab. In the past, he worked on the XSP runtime, which was developed for Lotus Component Designer and subsequently evolved into the XPages runtime. He has a keen interest in programming models and improving developer productivity. Mark has worked in Lotus and IBM for more than 15 years on various products and is currently working on Sametime Unified Telephony. Mark lives in Dublin with his wife and two children and spends as much time as possible in the Ireland’s sunny south east enjoying fishing and kayaking with his family.


Tony McGuckin is a senior software engineer in the IBM Ireland software lab. Having studied software engineering at the University of Ulster, he began his career with IBM in 2006 working in software product development on the component designer runtime before moving into the XPages core runtime team. When not directly contributing to the core runtime, Tony is busy with software research and development for the next generation of application development tooling, and also engaging directly with IBM customers as an XPages consultant. Tony enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, and getting out into the great outdoors for hill walking and the occasional chance to do some hunting in the surrounding hillsides of his native County Derry.


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5つ星のうち 5.0 Recommended reading 2011/2/4
By Ulrich Krause - (
"I never got the chance to meet the inventors of `Notes', but these guys were true visionaries." This is the first sentence in a 748 pages book about XPages that was recently published by IBM Press.
The book is written by Martin Donnelly, Mark Wallace and Tony McGuckin with a foreword by Philippe Riand. Although all authors declare that "none of us had been down the book-writing road before", the book is well written, even for readers that do not have english as the first language.

The main content starts with a high level overview about XPages. Even if you are already experienced in XPages development, it is worth reading this chapter. Start writing your first XPages application and follow the instructions step by step. The resulting application is a good starting point to put enhancements on top.
If you run into a problem regarding security settings on the server take a look at the very end of the book where you find the settings that have to be applied to your server.
IMHO, this information should be part of the "Getting Everything You Need" chapter.

The anatomy of an XPage is described in detail in chapter 4. Newbees to this field should read this chapter carefully. You will need this information if you want to dig deeper into XPages development later on.

Chapter 12 explains how to build your own user interface controls. This part of the book is not easy to understand for a non experienced developer, but if you follow the step by step instruction carefully, you will succeed.

All over the book you find tons of source code and numerous screenshots. It would be a good idea to make the source code available for download. But perhaps it is already available and I missed this part in the book.

The book also gives credit to all of the members of the Notes Community that started back in 8.5 with spreading the news about XPages in blogs, podcasts etc. Take these ressources as a supplement to the information you find in the book.

As a conclusion, I would recommend this book to every developer that wants to start with XPages development.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 It's about time someone wrote the book! 2011/2/12
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Unless you've been living under a rock for the last couple of weeks, you're probably aware of the newly released "Mastering XPages" book by Martin Donnelly, Mark Wallace, and Tony McGuckin. As a emerging XPages developer it couldn't have come at a better time. Since the release of XPages in 8.5 I've been trying to get some XPages development skills and it's been a pretty hit or miss effort. Although there have been some very good tutorials out there and plenty of technical tips and tricks, learning this technology is not always easy when you're a sole developer in a company who is constantly being tasked with new projects (RAD anyone?). In my case it's been almost impossible to find the time to go out to all the forums, wiki's, and blogs to gather this information together into a meaningful collection of articles.
Having said that, I have started diving into the book and it's just what I needed to pull all this information together, really filling in the gaps! Although I'm only a short way into Chapter 4, Anatomy of an XPage, I'm really "getting" it more than I've been able to in the last 2 years. I've been developing in Notes since V2 and all skills have been self taught and by example. Yep, they seem to have it nailed down!
Kudos guys!
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5つ星のうち 5.0 The best programming book I've ever read 2012/2/29
By Tim Tripcony - (
Most of what can be said about this book has already been said by others, but I just wanted to add my long overdue praise regarding how useful and well-written this book really is. Simply put, if you're a Domino Developer, you need this book. XPages are the future of application development in Domino, and this book is your roadmap for that future.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Quite simply the first book ever to prompt me to write a review....yes, it is that good 2011/3/8
By Darren Duke - (
I'm a technical kind of guy. I have more servers in my basement than most companies do in their server room! I co-founded a Lotus based consultancy in 2005 after starting with "Notes" in 1996 as a Notes Developer. Lets just say since about 2001 there hasn't exactly been a plethora of Lotus Domino related books, maybe 10 tops. I hoped that would change when IBM added "XPages" to Domino 8.5, but we just got crickets....Wannabe XPages developers were pretty much left to their own devices.

Fast forward to Domino 8.5.2 and out pops the much anticipated "first" XPages book written by actual IBM Lotus peeps who write the run-time engine. I'll be honest, I though it would be a rehash of the product help and wikis, or worse a dry, droning overview of JSF, JSP and CSS....boy, was I wrong. This book should be the prototype FOR ALL technical books that claim to be for beginner to advanced. There really is that much in this book, for any and all levels. Indeed you can weight lift with this tome should the need a-raise.

I've had the pleasure of interviewing (or more like chatting) to the authors on a the This Week In Lotus podcast ([...]) and it is worth a listen. You will really get a feel for these guys' passion.

Outstanding. And I own a paper and ebook copy! Can't give more stars than that!
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Best resource for learning XPages and XSP 2011/2/20
By Robert A. Balfe - (
XPages itself is a marvel in the rapid application development space and this book carries suit. I got the book about two weeks ago and have already read most of it and have created many of the reference projects to play with. The best thing I like about the book is it is the real thing. From installing Domino Designer to a full reference section, the book covers anything and everything related to learning XPages, XSP, and even the Domino document model. This is hands down the single best resource I can find for learning the technology. The authors did a wonderful job explaining every aspect of XPages development. I have been personally doing a lot of web based development in Dojo and the way XPages integrates with Dojo is brilliant. You will inherently learn about the capabilities of Dojo just by reading this book, and there is an entire section dedicated to Dojo. This book is much more than just a book about XPages and XSP, it clearly shows how RAD based development for web based projects should be done. With this book you will hit on every major aspect of enterprise web development: internationalization, security, performance, extensibility and themes. They even cover running your applications off line in the Lotus Notes client!

For the Lotus Notes developer it shows how you can leverage your knowledge of the Domino platform, agents, formula language, and the back-end classes. This is not your traditional Domino development world so be prepared to learn a new approach but leverage what you already know.

Great job to the authors, Martin, Mark, and Tony for this information packed, 750 page gem of knowledge!
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