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Notes and Domino R5 Developer's Guide to Building Applications

by Matt Riggsby

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Build Notes Applications That Solve Real Business Challenges

Notes and Domino provide the technology to solve pressing business problems. But you have to provide the know-how, and this book gives you just that--the hands-on knowledge you need to put the powerful features of R5 to work in effective, fine-tuned solutions that improve the way your organization shares information. Coverage includes:Understanding how Notes and Domino workDesigning formsDesigning applications for the WebHandling view and folder designDesigning navigational objectsDesigning agentsSecuring databasesUnderstanding the Notes Formula languageUsing JavaScript in NotesUsing Java in NotesWriting basic LotusScriptUnderstanding the Domino Object ModelManipulating Notes objects with LotusScriptTapping into databases outside of Notes

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