Lotus Notes and Domino 4.6 Unleashed

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This edition includes enhanced coverage of Lotus Notes and Domino Server Internet capabilities and detailed coverage of LotusScript.
  • This edition includes 20 new elements, including 14 new chapters and 6 new reference appendixes
  • Demand for Lotus Notes resources is growing dramatically IBM plans to make Lotus Notes the industry standard for collaborative workgroup computing
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Overview

This edition includes enhanced coverage of Lotus Notes and Domino Server Internet capabilities and detailed coverage of LotusScript.
  • This edition includes 20 new elements, including 14 new chapters and 6 new reference appendixes
  • Demand for Lotus Notes resources is growing dramatically IBM plans to make Lotus Notes the industry standard for collaborative workgroup computing
  • Lotus Notes is being used by heavy-hitters such as General Motors, Coopers & Lybrand, and Johnson & Higgins
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The authors discuss the Domino server and the Notes acquisition manager, application developer, and administrator. Other topics include the role of groupware in contemporary business, LotusScript language and extension modules, the process of setting up a Notes/Domino network, advanced administration topics, and the integration of Notes with telephones, fax, video, and Legacy systems. A CD-ROM offers material not included in the text, as well as sample databases and third-party tools. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672311420
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 9/11/1997
  • Series: Unleashed Series
  • Edition description: Book & CD-ROM
  • Pages: 1194
  • Product dimensions: 7.36 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 2.08 (d)

Table of Contents

Forward
Introduction
1 What Is Groupware and Why Is It Important? 3
2 What Are Lotus Notes and Domino? 19
3 How Does Lotus Notes Work with the Internet? 47
4 What's New in Release 4.6 of Lotus Notes and Domino? 61
5 The Notes Workspace and Databases 73
6 Views, Documents, and Forms 97
7 Using Applications and Mail on Your Desktop 127
8 Using Calendaring and Scheduling 157
9 Using Mobile Notes on the Road 177
10 Using the Notes Client on the Internet 203
11 What Makes a (Good) Notes Application? 223
12 Tips on Application Design 247
13 Developing Forms 267
14 Developing Views 301
15 Making Your Applications Look Good and Work Well 325
16 Using Navigators, Agents, and Simple Actions 353
17 Using Lotus Components and Kona Applets 371
18 Using Access Control Lists 399
19 Developing a Workflow Application 415
20 Introduction to LotusScript 445
21 Object-Oriented Programming and the Notes Data Model 459
22 LotusScript Variables and Objects 477
23 LotusScript Subroutines, Functions, and Event Handlers 497
24 The NotesSession and NotesUIWorkspace Classes 517
25 Database, View, and Document Classes 539
26 Using Fields and Items in LotusScript 555
27 Lotus LSX Architecture and Microsoft ActiveX 569
28 Creating and Using a Custom LSX 581
29 Using the Weblicator with Your Internet Browser 601
30 Maximizing Your Domino Web Site and Applications with Advanced HTML 619
31 Differences Between Regular Notes and Web Development 653
32 Using Java in Your Internet Applications 671
33 Developing Web Applications with Domino Action 697
34 Connecting Domino to the Internet 731
35 Setting Up an Intranet with Domino 781
36 Initial Installation 805
37 Configuring Servers with the Public Name and Address Book 841
38 Security Overview 879
39 Administering Users, Servers, and Databases 905
40 Replication and Its Administration 931
41 Troubleshooting the System 955
42 Troubleshooting Networks and Modems 991
43 Performance, Scalability, and Capacity Planning for Domino Servers 1021
44 Managing a Large Notes Network 1043
45 Migrating from Notes R3 to R4.x 1071
46 Using Notes Between Different Companies 1089
Epilogue 1109
A LotusScript Notes Class Reference 1111
Index 1133
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