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IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.1

IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.1

By: Barry Rosen

Publisher: Packt Publishing

Publication Date: 01-JAN-2010

Insert Date: 01-OCT-2010

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Upgrade your system and embrace the exciting new features of the Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.1 platform Upgrade to the latest version of Lotus Notes and DominoUnderstand the new features and put them to work in your business Thoroughly covers Domino Attachment Object Service (DAOS), Domino Configuration Tuner (DCT), and iNotes Explore other useful Lotus products, such as Lotus Sametime, Lotus Quickr, Lotus Connections, and IBM WebSphere PortalPacked with expert tips and useful screenshots In Detail With Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.1, IBM has once again provided...

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Lotus Notes Domino 8

Lotus Notes Domino 8

By: Barry Rosen; Bennie Gibson; Brad Schauf; David Byrd; Dick McCarrick; Joseph Anderson; Tim Speed

Publisher: Packt Publishing

Publication Date: 30-DEC-2007

Insert Date: 27-FEB-2010

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What's new in the latest Lotus Notes Domino Platform Upgrade to the latest version of Lotus Notes and Domino Understand the new features and put them to work in your business Appreciate the implications of changes and new features In Detail Lotus Notes is an integrated desktop client option for accessing business email, calendars, and applications on a Lotus Domino server. Domino is an application server that can be used as a standalone web server or as the server component of IBM's Lotus Domino product, which provides a powerful collaborative platform for development of...

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Self Assessment and Strategy Guide for Migrating from Domino Document Manager

Self Assessment and Strategy Guide for Migrating from Domino Document Manager

By: Cali Clarke; Femke Goedhart; John Head; Jelan Heidelberg; Wojciech Kowalski; Daniel Lieber; Matthew Mangels; Steve Peters; Cynthia Schiegoleit; Stephan Wissel; John Bergland

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-SEP-2009

Insert Date: 26-FEB-2010

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication is intended to help your organization plan and prepare for a migration away from Lotus® Domino® Document Manager (formerly known as Domino.Doc). This IBM Redbook focuses primarily on analyzing, planning, and preparing with only a small portion devoted to the actual process of migrating to another solution. While there is no exact equivalent to Domino Document Manager (DDM), we discuss IBM Lotus Quickr™ in detail and illustrate how your organization can achieve many of the same functional goals using Lotus Quickr services for Domino. We introduce the tool for...

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Das LotusScript-Entwicklerbuch für Notes/Domino 8: Von den Grundlagen bis zu Composite Applications

Das LotusScript-Entwicklerbuch für Notes/Domino 8: Von den Grundlagen bis zu Composite Applications

By: Boerries Klatt

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Verlag

Publication Date: 05-MAR-2009

Insert Date: 19-JUL-2009

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Dieses Buch richtet sich sowohl an Einsteiger als auch an den erfahrenen LotusScript-Entwickler. Der Einsteiger wird zügig an die notwendigen Grundlagen herangeführt; der erfahrene Programmierer erhält Hinweise zu einer Fülle von Details, die in der Praxis bewältigt werden müssen. Es werden viele Hinweise und Hintergrundinformationen gegeben, die auf Fallstricke aufmerksam machen und das Verständnis für Zusammenhänge fördern.Dadurch, dass die ganze Palette der LotusScript-Sprachbefehle themenorientiert in ihrem Zusammenwirken besprochen wird, wird sehr deutlich herausgearbeitet, welche...

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Anwendungsentwicklung unter Lotus Notes Domino 7: Konzepte, Technologien, Realisierung

Anwendungsentwicklung unter Lotus Notes Domino 7: Konzepte, Technologien, Realisierung

By: Matthias Knäpper; Markus Donskoj

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Verlag

Publication Date: 17-AUG-2007

Insert Date: 18-MAR-2009

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Dieses Buch bietet all denjenigen Einstieg und Überblick, die mit Notes/Domino eigene Anwendungen schreiben wollen. Die Autoren machen Sie zunächst mit den Grundlagen der Notes-Entwicklung vertraut und führen Sie dann durch die Arbeit mit Domino Designer, den Domino-Datenbanken, mit Seiten, Masken, Dokumenten, Ansichten, Ordnern und Agenten. Im nächsten Schritt lernen Sie die Sprachen zur Notes-Entwicklung kennen: Notes Formelsprache, LotusScript, JavaScript und natürlich Java. Sie arbeiten mit COM und CORBA, nutzen LiveConnect, schreiben Ajax-Anwendungen und Web-Services, implementieren...

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Survival Guide for Lotus Notes® and Domino® Administrators

Survival Guide for Lotus Notes® and Domino® Administrators

By: Mark Elliott

Publisher: IBM Press

Publication Date: 01-MAR-2009

Insert Date: 21-FEB-2009

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IBM’s® Practical, Hands-On Guide to Supporting and Administering Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino This is the only book that focuses entirely on the specific technical, desk-side, and infrastructure issues that support professionals and administrators encounter when implementing and running Lotus Notes in production environments. Authored by one of IBM’s top Lotus experts, it draws on the firsthand experiences of IBM professionals working in hundreds of client environments. Mark Elliott has created a true “encyclopedia” of proven resolutions to common problems and has streamlined processes for...

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IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8 Deployment Guide

IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8 Deployment Guide

By: Philip Monson; Rishab Sharma; Stacy Lieder; Frank Nostrame; Julie Castle; Corey Davis; Olanike Ogunbodede

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 12-NOV-2007

Insert Date: 03-JUL-2008

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In today's competitive and diverse marketplace, effective collaboration is a critical component of organizational success. Lotus® Notes® and Domino®, the premier IBM® collaboration platform, helps organizations improve collaboration, increase productivity, and streamline business processes. The Lotus Notes 8 interface is intuitive and easy to use, and the Lotus Domino 8 server is secure, flexible, and reliable. Together, Lotus Notes and Domino 8 can help your organization to: - Increase employee effectiveness and creativity through integrated messaging, collaboration, and office...

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Implementing IBM Lotus Domino 7 for i5/OS

Implementing IBM Lotus Domino 7 for i5/OS

By: John Weiser; Luis Guirigay; Philip McGibney; Bryan Page; Emilio Penedo

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 02-APR-2007

Insert Date: 02-JUL-2008

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With the introduction of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 7, IBM Lotus continues to set the standard for innovation in the messaging and collaboration market that Lotus defined two decades ago. With Lotus Notes and Domino 7, IBM has enhanced the scalability, security features, administration, interoperability, productivity, and performance, enabling companies to achieve the most from their infrastructure. Upgrading to the latest version of Lotus Notes and Domino can help your organization realize high return on investment, potentially lower the cost of ownership, and help improve user...

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Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2000/2003 to Lotus Notes and Domino 7

Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2000/2003 to Lotus Notes and Domino 7

By: John Bergland; Robert Bry; Pascal Bourgeois; Lisa Chase; Gregory Engels; Graeme Povall; Robert Ryan

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 28-NOV-2006

Insert Date: 02-JUL-2008

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This IBM Redbook presents the strategic and market benefits of IBM Lotus Domino over Microsoft Exchange and provides an overview of the tools and strategies that are available to help you with that migration. It also includes instructions for how to perform the migration process. The beginning of the book explores common business drivers, considerations, benefits, and scenarios that organizations find themselves in when faced with a migration decision, such as migrating from Exchange to Lotus Domino. The remainder of the book discusses the architectural planning and technical...

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Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 5.5 to Lotus Notes and Domino 6

Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 5.5 to Lotus Notes and Domino 6

By: Tommi Tulisalo; Ted Dziekanowski; Sean Long; Kurt Nielsen; Graeme Povall

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 01-AUG-2003

Insert Date: 14-MAY-2004

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This IBM Redbook describes why and how to migrate from Microsoft Exchange 5.5 to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 6. It begins with a discussion of the reasons an organization using Exchange 5.5 would want to move to Domino 6, and describes the benefits that can be gained. It lays out the different options that the organization has for a future messaging infrastructure and discusses the pros and cons of each alternative. It is particularly suited to business and IT managers. The next part is about planning and managing a migration project. It covers how to assess the current messaging...

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Upgrading to Lotus Notes and Domino 6

Upgrading to Lotus Notes and Domino 6

By: Tommi Tulisalo; Edwin Kanis; Jean-Noel Koval; Cynthia Mamacos; Carol Sumner

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-DEC-2002

Insert Date: 13-MAY-2004

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In this IBM Redbook, we show how to upgrade existing Lotus Notes and Domino installations to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino version 6. The chapters have been structured as a series of logical steps that you can follow when upgrading your environment. First, we introduce the new features of Lotus Notes and Domino 6, and discuss overall upgrading considerations, coexistence issues, and interoperability. Next, we examine upgrading considerations specifically related to clients and servers. Then we guide readers through the actual steps needed to upgrade the Domino Directory, the Domino Server, and...

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Domino Designer 6: A Developer’s Handbook

Domino Designer 6: A Developer’s Handbook

By: Tommi Tulisalo; Rune Carlsen; Andre Guirard; Pekka Hartikainen; Grant McCarthy; Gustavo Pecly

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-DEC-2002

Insert Date: 12-MAY-2004

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In this IBM Redbook, we describe how to develop applications with IBM Lotus Domino Designer 6. With Domino Designer, you are able to create applications hosted by a Domino server. These applications can be used by different clients, such as Notes clients, Web browsers or mobile devices. We introduce, and show in detail, how you can use all the design elements of Domino Designer, such as forms, pages, views, agents, outlines, resources and framesets. Readers who are familiar with developing applications using Release 5 of Lotus Domino may want to start at Chapter 12, which introduces the...

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Lotus Domino 6 for Linux

Lotus Domino 6 for Linux

By: Tommi Tulisalo; Jonathan Bedford; Billy Boykin; Gregory Rick Chadbourne; Scott Hodgdon; Michael Lee; Joe Rinck; Andrei Vlad

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 26-NOV-2002

Insert Date: 12-MAY-2004

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This IBM Redbook describes how to run the IBM Lotus Domino 6 server on the Linux platform. While Lotus Domino 6 is platform-independent, some specific knowledge about the platform and configuration is required to ensure that the Domino 6 server is running most efficiently. The book provides detailed instructions for installing Linux and Domino 6 for Linux, and describes how to achieve maximum performance of your system. System administration and security techniques are explained and tools for managing and troubleshooting are discussed as well. Detailed scenarios illustrate some of the...

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IBM Lotus Domino 6 for iSeries Implementation

IBM Lotus Domino 6 for iSeries Implementation

By: Debbie Landon; Pertti Malinen; Brett Philp; Francine Wiener

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 28-FEB-2003

Insert Date: 12-MAY-2004

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IBM Lotus Domino 6 is the newest release of the industry leading messaging and collaborative software. With the release of Domino 6, Lotus continues to play a major role in the e-business revolution. Lotus has combined both evolution and innovation in its latest upgrade of Domino server technology. As a result, this release helps to overcome the challenges of business globalization, frequent mergers and acquisitions, and the increasing demand for Web-based business tools. The features in Domino 6 build on the features in Release 5 to address rapidly changing industry trends and meet their...

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Using Domino Workflow

Using Domino Workflow

By: Søren Peter Nielsen; Carol Easthope; Pieter Gosselink; Karl Gutsze; Janno Roele

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 26-MAY-2000

Insert Date: 12-MAY-2004

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In this book we describe how to support your business processes with Domino Workflow. We do this with an example scenario, to which we add enhancements and variations throughout the book. First, we describe, step by step, a full implementation of a simple process using the built-in Domino Workflow functionality. Next, we show how to enable our application for Web access, before walking through a case study where we enable an existing Domino application with Domino Workflow. In the latter part of the book we discuss topics like customization, advanced techniques, the organization directory,...

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Lotus Domino Release 5.0: A Developer’s Handbook

Lotus Domino Release 5.0: A Developer’s Handbook

By: Fiona Collins; David Morrison; Søren Peter Nielsen; Sami Serpola; Reinhold Strobl

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 24-SEP-1999

Insert Date: 12-MAY-2004

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This document describes how to develop applications using Lotus Domino Release 5.0. The earlier chapters in the book introduce some of the basic design elements of a Domino database such as the database itself, forms, views, folders, and navigators. Those readers that are familiar with developing applications using earlier releases of Lotus Domino may want to move straight to the chapters that introduce the new features in Domino 5.0, such as framesets, pages, outlines, resources and headlines. The book then describes how to use the programming languages available in Domino Designer;...

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Lotus Notes and Domino R5.0 Security Infrastructure Revealed

Lotus Notes and Domino R5.0 Security Infrastructure Revealed

By: Søren Peter Nielsen; Frederic Dahm; Marc Lüscher; Hidenobu Yamamoto; Fiona Collins; Brian Denholm; Suresh Kumar; John Softley

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-MAY-1999

Insert Date: 11-MAY-2004

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This redbook describes how to build a secure infrastructure with Lotus Notes and Domino R5.0. It reveals the following: - The strong security infrastructure that has always been part of Notes and Domino - How Notes and Domino R5.0 supports today's open Internet security standards (X.509) - How Domino can be part of full security solutions that go beyond single systems, single platforms and single companies First we introduce basic security concepts and the Domino family in general. We will then describe the public key infrastructure that has always been a part of Notes. We will discuss...

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Lotus Notes® and Domino™ 6 Development

Lotus Notes® and Domino™ 6 Development

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Publisher: Sams

Publication Date: 28-JAN-2003

Insert Date: 20-FEB-2003

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Lotus Notes and Domino R6 Development Unleashed provides expert insight and authoritative advice on all of the core features of Lotus Notes and Domino development. The authors go beyond what is typically found in the simple tutorial style of book and deliver a thorough treatment of each design element, including coverage of the new features found in the R6 Designer. The additions to the Domino Designer in this release are extensive and powerful. R6 has been three years in the making, and the results have paid off in a huge improvement in the development environment. Improvements and additions...

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Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 5

Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 5

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Publisher: Que

Publication Date: 23-AUG-1999

Insert Date: 25-SEP-2002

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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....

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Domino System Administration

Domino System Administration

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Publisher: Sams

Publication Date: 17-NOV-1999

Insert Date: 25-SEP-2002

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Need a concise, practical explanation about the new features of Domino, and how to make some of the advanced stuff really work? You need answers and solutions from someone who's been in the trenches. You want information from someone like you, who has worked with the product for years, and understands what it is you need to know. Domino System Administration from New Riders is the answer-the first book on Domino that attacks the technology at the professional level, with practical, hands-on assistance to get Domino 5 running in your organization....