You may already have 9.0.1FP5 or better FP5IF1 installed. If Designer is part of your installation, chances are all your plugins in DDE got disabled. I mean the plugins you have installed to DDE, such as newer version of Extension Library or OpenNTF Domino API.
Solution seems to be simple: in Designer go to File - Application - Application management, expand the second entry and there you should see list of user installed plugins. You can select them all and then Enable them. Or simply enable only those you want to use.
I finally have some more time to write blogpost about thing that has made me very happy recently.
Thanks to all of you who have nominated me and all people involved in final decision my IBM Champion status has been extended for the next year!
Being awarded for something I love to do is very nice, right? I mean I was making contributions to the community before I was awarded. I never did it because I wanted to be awarded. But it feels good to be officially recognized, to know people are appreciating what you do.
You may know that I'm involved in organizing Social Connections and SUTOL conferences. I do love working with both teams to make those events happen. It's never ending work, lots of hours, lots of effort and lots of fun. But during the events I don't (none of the organizers) have time to enjoy it.
As you may have noticed, Czech Lotus User Group (SUTOL) opens its annual conference for foreign speakers and attendees this year. Official language of the conference is (for the first time) English. So you're more than welcome to attend or (even better) speak on November 11th 2015, at Hotel Barceló, Prague.
The 7th SUTOL technical conference will be held in Prague on 11 November 2015.
I am really happy to announce that this is the first time when we actively ask speakers outside of Czech Lotus community to submit abstracts and (possibly) to come to Prague and do a presentation. Sessions should be presented in English (or in Czech as we expect the audience to be mostly Czech, except for some speakers).
End of the year is approaching at increasing speed (more deadlines you have, more speed you get) and as we're headed to our annual vacation soon, I'm calling this year "a day". (this probably doesn't work in English as I mean it, but you understand it, right?)