Lotus Notes & Domino 6 Application Developement (Exams 610 & 611)

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Your resource to passing the Lotus Notes and Domino 6 Application Development Certification Exam! Join the ranks of readers who have trusted Exam Cram 2 to their certification preparation needs. The Lotus Notes and Domino 6 Application Development Exam Cram 2 (Exams 610, 611, 612) is focused on what you need to know to pass the Lotus Application Development exam. The Exam Cram 2 method of study provides you with a concise method to learn the exam topics. The book includes tips, exam notes, acronyms and memory joggers in order to help you pass the exam.

Included in the Lotus Notes and Domino 6 Application Development Exam Cram 2:

  • A tear-out "Cram Sheet" for last minute test preparation.
  • Covers all 3 exams for the IBM CP certification.
  • The PrepLogic Practice Tests, test engine to simulate the testing environment and test your knowledge.

Trust in the series that has helped many others achieve certification success - Exam Cram 2.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789729170
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 10/20/2003
  • Series: Exam Cram 2 Series
  • Pages: 522
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim Bankes is CEO of Libertas Technologies, LLC, a technology solutions provider focused on Web-based software development and consulting. Tim assists companies in integrating Internet technologies into their core business by implementing real business strategies for Internet, intranet, and extranet e-business and e-commerce solutions. Tim has nearly 10 years of programming and management experience with various technologies, including Lotus Notes/Domino, IBM Websphere, Microsoft IIS/ASP, and others. Tim has been working with Lotus Notes/Domino for nearly nine years and is a Principal Certified Lotus Professional: Application Developer (R4, R5) and System Administrator (R4).

Tim has authored books for the Pearson (formerly Macmillan Computer Publishing) imprints QUE and New Riders, including Lotus Notes/Domino R5 Essential Reference (New Riders Publishing), CLP Fast Track: Lotus Notes/Domino 5 Application Development (New Riders Publishing) and has contributed as a co-author to Domino R5 System Administration (New Riders Publishing) and Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 4.6 (Que Publishing). Tim is currently completing another new title with Dave Hatter, namely Domino R6 Programmer's Reference. In addition, Tim has been a featured speaker for searchDomino.com, covering topics such as Lotus Notes/Domino application development and Lotus Notes/Domino application development certifications. Tim was also a featured speaker at The View Admin2003 conference held in Las Vegas, April 30-May 2, 2003.

Prior to joining Libertas, Tim was an independent consultant. Using extensive, real-world experience, Tim assisted organizations in building "best-of-breed" Internet, intranet, and extranet solutions. Remaining technically agnostic, Tim worked with companies to make them more efficient, effective, and accountable to deliver a high return-on-investment by focusing on business solutions using the most appropriate and cost-effective technologies.

Prior to working independently, Tim was the Director of Application Development for Eviciti Corp., a professional services partner that worked with companies to integrate the Internet into their core business. Within one year, Tim grew the Application Development team from 12 people to approximately 25 people. His responsibilities included managing practice leaders, application developers, the IT technology team, and coordinating resources among various offices. In this role, Tim was responsible for building quality custom applications, providing direction, as well as establishing policies and processes to ensure the successful planning, development, execution, and deployment of solutions. Prior to Eviciti, Tim was a partner and Principal Information Systems Consultant with Definiti, Inc., where he specialized in the design, development, and deployment of comprehensive, enterprise groupware/workflow solutions.

He holds a B.B.A. in Information Systems, a B.B.A. in Management, as well as a certificate in International Business from the University of Cincinnati.

Dave Hatter is president of Libertas Technologies, LLC, a technology solutions provider focused on Web-based software development and consulting. Dave has nearly 11 years of programming experience with a number of tools and environments including IBM Websphere and Microsoft IIS/ASP, and has been working with Lotus Notes/Domino for nearly 9 years. He has the following industry certifications: Principal Certified Lotus Professional: Application Developer (R4, R5, 6) and System Administrator (R4), Microsoft Certified Professional (Windows NT), CompTIA i-Net+, Network+, e-Biz+ and Master CIW Designer. Additionally, Dave has a B.S in Information Systems from Northern Kentucky University.

Dave is a graduate of Leadership Kentucky (2000) and Leadership Northern Kentucky (2000). He was named the NKU Young Alumnus in 1997 and U.S. senator Jim Bunning's Republican Man of the Year in 1998. His former company, Definiti, was named a Beacon Award Finalist, 2000, for "Best e-Business Solution-Supplier Relationship Management" for the KAM application that he designed, developed, and managed for the Cognis Corporation (formerly Henkel).

Dave has authored/co-authored 11 books for the Pearson (formerly Macmillan Computer Publishing) imprints Que, Sams, and New Riders, including Lotus Notes and Domino R6 Application Development Training Guide (forthcoming), Lotus Notes and Domino R6 Development Unleashed, Fast Track: CLP Application Development, Domino System Administration, Lotus Notes and Domino Essential Reference, Windows NT Server Security Server Handbook, Lotus Notes and Domino Server 4.6 Unleashed, Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 4.6, Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 4.5, Using Lotus Notes 4.5, and Special Edition Using Lotus Notes 4.0. Additionally, he has served as the technical editor for five Pearson titles: Domino System Administration, Teach Yourself Lotus Notes in 14 Days, Lotus Notes and Domino 4.5 Developer's Guide, Lotus Notes and Domino Server 4.6 Unleashed, and Teach Yourself Lotus Notes 4.6 in 24 Hours.

Dave feels strongly about community service and stays active in the local community in a number of ways. He serves as councilmember and Webmaster for the City of Fort Wright, Kentucky; KY Geographic Information Advisory Council (state board), Water Cooler Talk Chair (2001-2002 and 2002-2003), and New Economy Transition Team (N.E.T.T): e-Government Chair (2001-2002 and 2002-2003) for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; member of the NKU Alumni Council, Technology Instructor in the NKU Community Education program; Webmaster and member of the Kenton County Republican Party Executive Committee; Cub Scout Den Leader, Pack 831, Fort Wright, Kentucky; and Lector at Saint Agnes Church.

Dave writes a technology column for Better Living Magazine and can be seen as a regular monthly guest on WXIX's (Channel 19, serving the Greater Cincinnati area) 19 in the Morning and on Insight Communication's (Channel 6, serving Northern Kentucky) Northern Kentucky Magazine. For scheduling information, visit http://www.libertastechnologies.com. Dave can be reached at dhatter@libertastechnologies.com or 859-426-1046.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Self-Assessment.

1. Typical Notes/Domino 6 Certification Exams.

Assess Exam Readiness. The Exam Situation. Exam Layout and Design. Testing Formats. Exam Taking Basics. Question Handling Strategies. Master the Inner Game. Need to Know More?

1. NOTES DOMINO 6 APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION SKILLS: EXAM 610.

2. Database Management.

What Is a Notes Database? Controlling What Gets Replicated. Creating a Blank Database. Creating a Design Template. Creating Database Help Documents. Creating a Database Icon. Monitor/Maintain Replication. Preventing Design Inheritance. Printing from the Designer. Setting Database Properties. Setting Up Design Inheritance. Setting Up Document Locking. Troubleshooting Database Access. Using Design Synopsis to Analyze Application Elements. Using Design Templates to Refresh an Application Design. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

3. Application Architecture.

Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting for Notes Clients. Understanding Domino Application Architecture. Executing Requests from the Notes Client. Using Images in Applications. Using Tables to Manage Page Layout. Using the Designer Bookmarks to Organize Projects. Working with Local Applications. Summary. Exam Prep Practice Questions. Need to Know More?

4. Design Elements.

The Domino Designer Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Domino 6 Design Elements. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Actions. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Agents. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Views. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Folders. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Columns. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Fields. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Forms. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Pages. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Hotspots. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Links. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Layers. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Navigators. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Sections. Working with Shared Resources. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

5. Security.

Adding Security to an Application. Setting and Reading ACLs. Document Access. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

6. Coding Formulas.

Domino Programming. The Domino Designer Application and Design Environment. Working with Basic Formula Language. Programming Window Titles. Setting Default Field Values. Create Translation Formulas. Create Field Validation Formulas. Using Hide-When Options to Hide Information on Forms. Summary. Exam Prep Practice Questions. Need to Know More?

2. NOTES DOMINO 6 APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT INTERMEDIATE SKILLS: EXAM 611.

7. Database Management.

Agent Server Document Settings. Creating a Mail-In Database. Creating Context Sensitive Database Help. Using Design to Design an Update Distribution Mechanism. Using Replication to Design an Update Distribution Mechanism. Hiding Database Designs. Managing Multiple Design Elements. Set Database Properties to Improve Database Performance. Setting Database Launch Properties. Setting Up Design Locking. Setting Up Document Locking. Setting Up View Logging. Sign a Database. Troubleshooting Design Locking. Use Design Synopsis to Evaluate and Document the Application. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

8. Application Architecture.

Access Data in an External Domino Database. Allowing View Customization. Build a Navigation Structure. Connecting to External Applications. Using Form Formulas to Control Form Display in Views. Design Applications Based on Data Integrity Issues. Design Applications Based on Design Element IDs: UNID and NOTEID. Design Applications Based on Graphics Elements. Design Applications Based on OLE on a Form. Design Applications Based on Summary/Non-Summary Data Storage. Design Applications to Optimize View Performance. Domino Application Architecture. Set Up Full-Text Indexing. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

9. Design Elements.

Working with Domino Design Elements. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Shared Actions. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Shared Fields. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Framesets. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Outlines. Creating, Modifying and Troubleshooting In-View Editing. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Subforms. Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Layers. Column Colors. Hiding Columns. Embedded Elements. Customizing Twisties. Using Images in Applications. Using External Files in Applications. Using Calendar Views in Applications. Signing Database Design Elements. Creating Shared Applet Resources. Creating Shared Data Connection Resources (DCRs). Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Profile Documents. Agents. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

10. Security.

Password Security. Administration Server. Consistent ACL. Effective Access. Directory Access. Extended ACL (xACL). Database Encryption. Database Roles. Design Element Access. View Access. Document Encryption. Signing Fields. Workstations (ECL). Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

11. Workflow.

Create Workflow-Related Fields. Create Workflow-Related Forms. Create Workflow-Related Sections. Create/Distribute Workflow Tracking Databases. Create/Set Up Workflow Roles. Creating Mail-in Databases. Creating Workflow Applications. Determine Workflow Control. Route Documents and Send Links to Documents. Set Field Access. Set Form Access: Groups. Set Section Access: Groups. Troubleshoot Mail-Enabled Field Problems: Field Attributes. Troubleshoot Mail-Enabled Form Problems: Workflow-Related. Troubleshoot Workflow Distribution Problems. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

12. Programming.

Domino Programming. The Domino Designer Application and Design Environment. Designing Applications and Choosing Appropriate Coding Options. Section Security. Use Applets to Enhance Applications. Using In-View Editors. Designing Applications Based on Conflict Integrity Issues. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

3. NOTES DOMINO 6 APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT WEB APPLICATIONS: EXAM 612.

13. Application Architecture.

Designing Applications That Work on Web Clients. Designing Web Applications That Read Non-Domino Data. Planning Applications That Work in Both Notes and Web Clients. Exploring Page Layout and Navigation. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

14. Design Elements.

Creating Public Access Agents, Views, and Forms. Shared Resources. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Fields for Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Forms for Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Layers. Creating Links for Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Outlines for Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Pages for Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Libraries: Java, JavaScript, and LotusScript. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Views for Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting JavaScript for Notes and Web Clients. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Web Agents. Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting Framesets. Embedded Elements: Using Embedded Views. Embedded Elements: Using File Upload Controls. Understanding File Protection Documents. Using Forms to Inherit Document Contents on Both Notes and Web Clients. Using Native Domino Java Applets. Using Tables to Manage Page Layouts. Creating View Templates. Hiding Design Elements from Different Clients. Using HTML Events on Forms and Pages. Using HTML Properties on Views. Personalizing Web Site Experience Using Profile Documents. Implementing Java Servlets. Deploying and Utilizing LotusScript for Web Clients. Summary. Exam Prep Practice Questions. Need to Know More?

15. Manage and Maintain.

Understanding Server Tasks for Web Browsing. Using Server Documents to Manage Internet Access to the Server. Understanding the Types of Global Web Site Settings You Can Define on the Server. Defining Global Web Site Settings Using the Administration Client. Setting Up Web Site Rules. Web Site Rule Documents. Setting Database Properties for Web Access. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

16. Programming.

Making Preferred Tools Readily Available to the IDE. Adding Horizontal Rules to Forms and Pages. JavaScript. Deploying a Simple Java Applet on a Web Page. HTML. Rendering DHTML in Applications. Using Domino URL Syntax. Passing Data from a Web Form to a Web Agent. Using

17. Security.

Understanding Security Differences Between Web and Notes Client Access. Planning Application Security Based on Web Authentication. Determining Secure Sockets Layer Security. Setting Database Access. Setting Field Access: Using Encryption. Controlling CGI Directory Access. Summary. Exam Prep Questions. Need to Know More?

4. PRACTICE EXAMS.

18. Practice Exam 610.

19. Practice Exam Answer Key for Exam 610.

20. Practice Exam 611.

21. Practice Exam Answer Key for Exam 611.

22. Practice Exam 612.

Test-Taking Strategies. Begin the Exam.

23. Practice Exam Answer Key for Exam 612.

5. APPENDIXES.

Appendix A. Resources.

Appendix B. What's on the CD-ROM.

PrepLogic Practice Tests, Preview Edition, Software.

Appendix C. Using the PrepLogic Practice Tests, Preview Edition Software.

Exam Simulation. Question Quality. Interface Design. Effective Learning Environment. Software Requirements. Installing PrepLogic Practice Tests, Preview Edition. Using PrepLogic Practice Tests, Preview Edition. Get More Exams. Customer Service.

Glossary.

Index.

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