Programming Domino 4.6 with JAVA

Programming Domino 4.6 with JAVA

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by Bob Balaban
     
 

Programming Domino 4.6 with Java shows you how to create powerful Internet applications by using the best programming language for the Internet, Java, in conjunction with the best development platform for group-aware applications, Domino.

The book�s author, Bob Balaban, explains how to write Java applications and agents for both Domino and JDBC. Balaban,

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Overview

Programming Domino 4.6 with Java shows you how to create powerful Internet applications by using the best programming language for the Internet, Java, in conjunction with the best development platform for group-aware applications, Domino.

The book�s author, Bob Balaban, explains how to write Java applications and agents for both Domino and JDBC. Balaban, architect and developer of NOI (Notes Object Interface), also reveals valuable strategies on:

  • Debugging Java agents for Domino
  • Using NOI in multithreaded Java programs
  • Combining JDBC with NOI to move data between relational databases and Notes/Domino
  • And converting servlets into Domino agents without recoding them

Programming Domino 4.6 with Java includes a CD-ROM featuring Sun�s Java Servlet Development Kit, Lotus�s LSX Toolkit, and all the source code and Notes databases used in the book.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781558515833
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/01/1998
Edition description:
BK&CD ROM
Pages:
465
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.24(h) x 1.31(d)

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Programming Domino 4.6 with JAVA 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bob Balaban is a Louts Notes and Domino guru. After working for Lotus for many years, Bob certainly new the nuts and bolts of Lotus Notes better than just about anyone. This book was way ahead of it's time. I heard Bob speaking about Domino and Java at The View's advanced technical seminar in 1999. At that time many Lotus Notes developers were just coming to grips with LotusScript (although it was introduced in Lotus Notes 4) and all of the new web features associated with Domino HTML, CSS, JavaScript etc. While this book is now dated, it is still one of the best on programming Lotus Notes and Domino with Java, and the only one that focuses solely on that topic. Many other books have glossed over this topic altogether. Although a couple of others have provided good treatment. If you are new to Notes and Java then it could still be well worth your while to pick up a copy.