Professional Developer's Guide to Domino

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Domino, which is included with Lotus Notes 4.5, is an application server that allows Notes database content to be accessed by any Web browser on any platform. Written by industry experts, this all-encompassing guide shows users how to put this powerful server to work for them, build interactive Web content, and effectively secure their Domino site.
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Overview

Domino, which is included with Lotus Notes 4.5, is an application server that allows Notes database content to be accessed by any Web browser on any platform. Written by industry experts, this all-encompassing guide shows users how to put this powerful server to work for them, build interactive Web content, and effectively secure their Domino site.
  • Guides readers through the features and capabilities of Domino-from installation, configuration, and administration to site design, Internet and Intranet application development, customization, and enhancement
  • Covers hot new Domino tools, including Domino Server, Domino Web Publisher, Domino Web Navigator, Domino Weblicator, and Domino Action
  • CD-ROM contains Domino add-ons and utilities and Que's Digital Library, including electronic versions of Special Edition Using Windows NT Server 4 and Special Edition Using Lotus Notes 4.5
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789711953
  • Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/1997
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 691
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 1.77 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
I Introducing the Domino Server 13
1 An Introduction to Domino 4.5 and the Internet 15
2 Setting Up the Domino Server 37
3 Working with Your Domino Web Site 65
4 Understanding Web Fundamentals 79
II Developing New Notes Applications for the Web 109
5 Building a Web Database 111
6 Designing Forms to Display Documents on the Web 143
7 Designing Forms for an Interactive Web Site 175
8 Building Views for Domino Web Applications 193
9 Preparing to Go Public 211
III Advanced Domino Application Design Techniques for the Web 223
10 Using Special Web Fields and Forms 225
11 Automating Web Applications with Agents 245
12 Applying a "Web Look" to Notes Applications 265
13 Examining Special Function Databases for the Web 279
IV Using Advanced Administration Features 295
14 Securing the Domino Web Server 297
15 Using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) with Domino 317
16 Using Advanced Administration Techniques 337
V Building a Domino Site 373
17 Building a Domino Web Site in One Day with Domino Action 375
18 Building a Domino Web Site from Scratch 415
19 Migrating R3 Notes Applications to Domino 447
20 Preparing Existing Applications for the Web 467
VI Implementing and Using Domino's Other Internet Services 488
21 Domino Server Internet Mail Features 491
22 Using the Server Web Navigator 515
23 Using the Personal Web Navigator 541
24 Using the InterNotes Web Publisher 569
Appendixes 607
A Domino URLs 609
B $$Web Forms and Fields 615
C Domino Resources 617
D Installing Windows NT Server 4.0 619
E Lotus Add-In Products 635
F InterNotes News 639
G Domino Service Provider Applications 641
Index 645
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