Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino R5

Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino R5


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Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino R5 by Randy A. Tamura, Rob Wunderlich, Ken Schweda, Ralph Perrine

Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 5 should be your first book on Release 5. This comprehensive work shows you how to use all the new features of the Notes client including headline pages, email, calendaring, and the new Sametime collaboration features. It covers the development of web oriented Domino databases, object oriented programming with the Domino object model, and how to use Java with Domino. You'll learn about the new administration interface, replication, performance, and integration.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780789718143
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 08/23/1999
Series: Special Edition Using Series
Pages: 1304
Product dimensions: 7.38(w) x 9.11(h) x 2.63(d)

Table of Contents

Who Should Read This Book2
How This Book Is Organized3
Conventions Used in This Book7
IPresenting Notes and Domino Release 5
1Introducing Lotus Notes and Domino11
2What's New in Release 5.0 of Notes and Domino?27
IIUsing the Lotus Notes R5 Client
3Installing and Customizing the Notes Client45
4The Notes User Interface and the Standard Databases69
5Using Electronic Mail101
6Working with Text and Documents123
7Contact Management with the Personal and Public Directories151
8Getting Organized with the Calendaring and Scheduling Features167
9Using Sametime Collaboration189
10Using Mobile Features from Home or on the Road205
11Using the Notes Client on the Internet231
IIIIntroducing Domino Designer R5
12Creating and Accessing Domino Databases255
13The Integrated Development Environment (IDE)281
14Designing Pages, Forms, and Subforms299
15Developing Views and Folders341
16Using Outlines, Framesets, and Navigators383
17Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Application Security413
18Working With Formulas, Functions, and Commands431
IVUsing LotusScript, Java, and JavaScript
19Using the IDE with LotusScript, Java, and JavaScript451
20Object-Oriented Programming and the Domino Object Model475
21LotusScript Variables and Objects495
22LotusScript Subroutines, Functions, and Event Handlers519
23Creating and Using Java Applets and Agents543
24Using the Lotus eSuite DevPack581
25The Session and Front-End Classes609
26Database, View, and Document Classes in LotusScript and Java631
27Using Fields and Items in LotusScript and Java661
VDeveloping Internet Sites with Domino
28Building Your Own Web Site with Domino679
29Using External HTML Tools with Domino701
30Moving to Electronic Commerce on Your Domino Site719
31Integrating Domino with Legacy Systems729
VIInstalling and Configuring the Domino Servers
32The Domino Family of Servers745
33Initial Planning and Installation757
34Upgrading from Domino R4.x to R5777
35Initial Configuration of Servers with the Domino Directories807
36Domino Security Overview845
37Firewalls, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), and Internet Security871
VIIAdministering the Domino Servers
38Administering Users, Groups, and Certification895
39Administering Electronic Mail923
40Replication and Its Administration947
41Administering Files and Databases975
42Managing Your Domino Server Configuration1005
43Troubleshooting and Monitoring Domino1037
VIIIAdvanced Domino Administration
44Performance, Scalability, and Capacity Planning for Domino Servers1071
45Upgrading from cc:Mail, Microsoft Mail, and Exchange to Domino1091
46Using The Enterprise Domino Server with a Large Domino Network1115
47Integrating Domino with Phone, Fax, and Imaging Systems1141
48Using Lotus NotesPump/Lotus Enterprise Integrator1157
ANotes/Domino Class Reference1183
B@Function and @Command Listings1213

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Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino R5 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hey, I'm a hard critic, but overall, I liked this book. It was better than the previous book for 4.6. Great, examples, easy to follow, and it was much more in depth on the Administration side. For anyone new or who has an intermediate knowledge of Notes, I think this is an excellant source of information. However, for those advanced users(Experienced Developers and Administrators) this book will be more of a reference than an all out learning experience. I'm still looking for the book that shows ALL of the console commands, all of the switches for the console commands, not just the main ones, and one that goes into detail about setting up gateways(SMTP,PAGER, FAX) and touches on other flavors such as Unix. This book came close but one star away from perfection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a well-written book that covers both App Dev and Admin R5 Update topics. I found this book very helpful in studying for the Application Development Update exam. If you are studying for either R5 Update exam, be sure to also use the Self Test Software to study.