Developing Lotus Notes Applications

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Describes how to write custom Notes applications that work on all types of computers using the object-oriented programming language embedded in the software. Details how to design a custom application, program it, build help functions into it for the end user and make the application communicate with Notes Mail and other functions.

One of the reasons Lotus Notes is becoming so popular (over 600,000 current users) is because of its built-in object-oriented programming...

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Overview

Describes how to write custom Notes applications that work on all types of computers using the object-oriented programming language embedded in the software. Details how to design a custom application, program it, build help functions into it for the end user and make the application communicate with Notes Mail and other functions.

One of the reasons Lotus Notes is becoming so popular (over 600,000 current users) is because of its built-in object-oriented programming language. This book shows consultants, programmers, developers, MIS professionals, and mid-intermediate-level users how to develop custom Notes applications that work on any platform.

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Presents a strategy for building and implementing Notes groupware applications from the ground up, for software developers and MIS directors, emphasizing spending more time in the early stages of development and interviewing management and end users. Covers issues such as database management and compression, designing user interfaces, document access and version control, indexing, multimedia tools, obtaining a design synopsis, and cross-platform development. Includes a list of commands, and b&w screen illustrations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471008613
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/28/1994
  • Series: Wiley Professional Computing
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 508
  • Product dimensions: 7.54 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.17 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. 1 An Introduction to Notes 1
Ch. 1 Lotus Notes Database Development Tools 5
Sect. 2 Creating a Notes Application 17
Ch. 2 Planning a Database 19
Ch. 3 Creating the Database File 56
Ch. 4 Creating the Views 131
Ch. 5 Macros 216
Ch. 6 Providing On-Line Help for Notes Databases 260
Ch. 7 Database Security: User Access 276
Sect. 3 Installing and Maintaining a Notes Database 295
Ch. 8 Rolling Out a Notes Application 297
Ch. 9 Enhancing and Maintaining an Existing Database 305
Sect. 4 Writing Formulas, Using @Functions, and @Commands 311
Ch. 10 Creating Notes Formulas 313
Ch. 11 String @Functions 329
Ch. 12 Mathematical @Functions 345
Ch. 13 Time-Date @Functions 352
Ch. 14 Logical @Functions 361
Ch. 15 View Statistics @Functions 372
Ch. 16 Database and Document Statistics @Functions 385
Ch. 17 List @Functions 393
Ch. 18 Macro @Functions 397
Ch. 19 @Lookup Functions 415
Ch. 20 Miscellaneous @Functions 422
Ch. 21 @Commands 431
Index 501
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