Domino 5 Web Programming with XML, Java, and JavaScript

Domino 5 Web Programming with XML, Java, and JavaScript

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Domino 5 Web Programming with XML, Java, and JavaScript provides the latest information about the newest technologies in the Domino Designer. Learn how to program client interfaces with the Domino Designer. Use JavaScript to enhance your Web user experience and access back-end database systems with Domino Java servlets or agents. Each of the Domino Object classes is described, making this a handy reference for Domino Java programmers. You'll learn advanced techniques such as how Notes and Domino interact with Java threads and how to create Java Server Pages by integrating the IBM WebSphere Application server with Domino. You'll learn secrets of component programming with Java Applets and JavaBeans. Each chapter ends with a set of questions that can be used to test your understanding.
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  • Mixed media product | 936 pages
  • 188 x 240 x 54mm | 1,501.41g
  • Que Corporation,U.S.
  • United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 0789722755
  • 9780789722751

Table of contents

Introduction. I. The Domino Designer and Domino Programming. 1. Domino Architecture and Web Applications. 2. Domino Designer and the Integrated Development Environment (IDE). 3. Developing Pages with the Domino Designer. 4. Creating and Using Forms and Subforms. 5. Designing Views and Folders. 6. Using Outlines, Framesets, and Navigators. II. Programming the Client with HTML and JavaScript. 7. Using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) for Page Design. 8. The JavaScript Language and the Document Object Model. 9. The JavaScript Window and Document Objects. 10. The JavaScript Form and Form Elements. 11. JavaScript Techniques with Domino. III. Using Java with Notes and Domino. 12. Java Agents, Applets, and Applications. 13. Creating Java Agents with the Domino Designer IDE. 14. Using the Domino Designer and Third-party IDEs with Java. 15. Developing Java Applets for Use with Domino. IV. The Domino Objects for Java. 16. The NotesThread, NotesFactory, NotesException, Session, and Agent Classes. 17. The Database, DbDirectory, and ACL Classes. 18. The Document Collection Classes. 19. The Document, Outline, and Form Classes. 20. Working with the Item and Formatting Classes. 21. The Registration, Newsletter, and Log Classes. V. Enterprise Integration Using XML, Java, and Domino. 22. Introduction to Exensible Markup Language (XML). 23. Understanding the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). 24. Serving XML from Domino. 25. Processing XML with Domino. 26. Integrating Domino with Relational Databases Using JDBC. 27. Using IBM WebSphere for Java Servlets and Java Server Pages (JSP). Appendix A - Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0.
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