Lotus Notes and Domino 5 Bible

Lotus Notes and Domino 5 Bible

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If Lotus Notes and Domino 5 can do it, you can do it too Lotus Notes and Domino 5 offer robust workgroup functionality - and Lotus Notes(R) and Domino 5 Bible shows you how to put them to work quickly and easily to help you work more efficiently and effectively as a team. You'll get the lowdown on new features such as Notes Designer for Domino and the dynamic interface, as well as complete coverage of collaboration tools, Notes databases, and custom applications. Whether you're a network administrator, a team leader, or a Notes power user, this comprehensive tutorial and reference gives you the real-world insights you need to create and support highly productive workgroups.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Lotus Notes and Domino 5Discover real-world solutions for working collaboratively over a networkCreate new views that display only the information you need - for your eyes onlyConnect users to the Web seamlessly with DominoMaster new knowledge-management tools to find information - wherever it isDesign documents for the new Notes dynamic interface to manage work more efficientlyLearn how to create powerful, practical workgroup applicationsUse Domino Web server technology to distribute Notes databases for easy accessUse JavaScript to write scripts, work with Java, and utilize CorbaSample Database Templates on CD-ROM! Complete and searchable Notes version of the book plus valuable productivity tools and utilities www.idgbooks.com System Requirements: Pentium processor, CD-ROM drive, Windows 95, 98, or 2000, Notes 5.0 Client, 32MB RAM, 300MB hard disk space
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  • Paperback | 928 pages
  • 187.96 x 231.14 x 48.26mm | 1,451.49g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764545906
  • 9780764545900

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I: Using Lotus Notes and Domino 5. Chapter 1: Touring Notes. Chapter 2: Navigating the Web. Chapter 3: E-Mailing. Chapter 4: Calendaring and Scheduling. Chapter 5: Accessing a Notes Database. Chapter 6: Viewing the Contents of a Database. Chapter 7: Indexing a Notes Database. Chapter 8: Searching a Notes Database. Chapter 9: Creating a Document. Chapter 10: Enhancing the Appearance of Documents. Chapter 11: Linking and Embedding Objects in Documents. Chapter 12: Printing Views and Documents. Chapter 13: Importing and Exporting Data. Chapter 14: Replicating Databases. Chapter 15: Hitting the Road with Mobile Notes. Chapter 16: Managing Databases. PART II: Designing Notes Applications. Chapter 17: The Art of Notes/Domino Application Design and Development. Chapter 18: Principles of Application Design. Chapter 19: Creating Forms: A Closer Look. Chapter 20: Magic Formulas. Chapter 21: Representing Tabular Data and Creating Tables in Forms. Chapter 22: Creating Dynamic Forms. Chapter 23: Creating Custom Action in Your Forms. Chapter 24: Views: A Closer Look. Chapter 25: Putting a Great Face on Your ApplicationsNavigators. Chapter 26: Advanced Application Development. Chapter 27: Using the Agent Builder to Automate Processes. Chapter 28: Basing a Database on a Design Template. Chapter 29: Rolling Out Notes Applications. PART III: Programming Notes and Domino. Chapter 30: Comparing Notes, Domino, and the Web. Chapter 31: Using Domino to Publish Databases on the Web. Chapter 32: The Domino Object Model. Chapter 33: An Introduction to LotusScript. Chapter 34: JavaScript. Chapter 35: Programming with Java. Chapter 36: Domino and CORBA. Appendix A: Whats on the CD-ROM? Appendix B: Lotus Notes Keyboard Shortcuts. Glossary. Index. End-User License Agreement. CD-ROM Installation Instructions.
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About Kyle Brown

About the Authors Kyle Brown is the Chief Information Officer for Right Source, a division of Caribiner, Inc, and a 15-year veteran of information technology. He has extensive experience with Lotus Notes and Domino at all levels, including design, development, and deployment, and was formerly a Certified Lotus Instructor. This is his fifth book on the subject. Kenyon Brown is an Editorial Manager at IDG Books Worldwide. He has written several popular books on computer applications, including a bestselling title on Lotus Notes and Domino. Keith Brown is a consultant specializing in the design and development of object-oriented software for distributed environments based on Java, RMI, CORBA, OODBMSs, and related technologies. Carl Abrahamson is a CLP Application Developer currently developing Notes and Domino applications for Right Source, a division of Caribiner International in Wilton, Connecticut.
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