Mastering Lotus Notes R5

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With R5, Lotus establishes a seamless, easy-to-navigate environment in which internet and internal resources are equally accessible. Mastering Lotus Notes R5 enables you to master all the information and services provided by this popular groupware product. R5 also offers friendlier development tools for building custom Notes applications. This book begins with Notes basics and then moves on to brand-new techniques you can use to give your applications increased power and flexibility.. "The enclosed CD provides ...
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Overview

With R5, Lotus establishes a seamless, easy-to-navigate environment in which internet and internal resources are equally accessible. Mastering Lotus Notes R5 enables you to master all the information and services provided by this popular groupware product. R5 also offers friendlier development tools for building custom Notes applications. This book begins with Notes basics and then moves on to brand-new techniques you can use to give your applications increased power and flexibility.. "The enclosed CD provides several example databases you can experiment with as you master all the client application's features.
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With Release 5, Lotus Notes has been completely redesigned to integrate the full power of the Internet. Notes' components have been cleanly divided into a browser-oriented client; the Domino Server; and a sophisticated app design tool, Domino Designer. You can now write your application once and run it on both Notes clients and the Web. All in all, it's a major upgrade. And whether you're upgrading, deploying it for the first time, or simply working with it as an end-user, Mastering Lotus Notes R5 can help you get the most out of it.

You'll start with a complete guide to using the revamped Notes 5 client to manage contacts, schedules, to-do lists, personal journals, email, and assorted other PIM-type tasks. Next, Scot Haberman and Andrew Falciani introduce you to Notes databases and their key elements — user interface; logic (forms, views, Agents, and so forth); and security settings.

There's a full chapter on Notes' excellent capabilities as a mobile client, and the database replication features that support those capabilities. You'll review your options for integrating Notes with other applications, via OLE, Notes import/export, attachments, Notes SQL and Notes Mail migration tools.

Then, Haberman and Falciani — both leading Notes solutions developers at EDS — introduce you to Domino Designer, Notes' key application development tool. You'll walk through the development environment, create your first database; build forms and formulas; even learn how to automate process with Notes Agents. There's also a brief overview of scripting Notes and DominowithLotusScript. (Notes is now programmable with Java and JavaScript as well. That's beyond the scope of this book, but Haberman and Falciani do point out how the Java and JavaScript classes can be accessed and used.)

Of course, if you really want to learn Notes development, nothing's better than having sample databases to root around — and the accompanying CD-ROM obligingly provides several. —Bill Canarda

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782121858
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/1999
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 848
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.93 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Introducing Notes 5 1
1 What Is Lotus Notes? 3
2 Getting Familiar with Notes 17
3 Working with Notes Databases 53
4 Introducing the Core Databases 109
Pt. II Mastering the Basics 145
5 Communicating with Notes Mail 147
6 Calendaring and Scheduling 179
7 Using Other Notes Databases 207
8 Searching for Information 235
Pt. III Advanced Use of Notes 5 267
9 Working with Notes Away from the Office 269
10 Harnessing the Power of the Internet 303
11 Integrating Notes with Other Applications 333
12 Securing Your Data 353
Pt. IV Configuring Notes 5 377
13 Setting Up Notes as a Domino Client 379
14 Setting Up Notes as an Internet Client 399
Pt. V Beyond the Client: Utilizing Domino Designer 407
15 Introducing Domino Designer 409
16 Creating Your First Database 425
17 Understanding the Formula Language 467
18 Using Forms to Collect Data 505
19 Advanced Form Design 565
20 Using Views and Folders 621
21 Outlines, Pages, and Framesets 671
22 Using Agents to Automate Processes 703
23 Language Extensions 723
Appendices 761
A Installing Lotus Notes 5 763
B Internal and Predefined Notes Fields 779
Index 785
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