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XPages Portable Command Guide: A Compact Resource to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language by Dan O’Connor, Tony McGuckin, Maire Kehoe, Martin Donnelly

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Chapter 3. Working with the Console

When working with an application running on an application server, it is often necessary to interact with the server’s console to analyze, troubleshoot, and debug any problems that might arise. This is also true for XPages applications and controls. The Domino server console provides the developer with a wide variety of commands, ranging from starting a server task to reporting the status of an OSGi bundle running on the server. At some point, the XPage developer inevitably will need to call on the console to analyze why an application is not working or functioning as desired.

The Domino server has a long history. Over time, the Domino server’s console has served Domino administrators and developers alike as ...

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