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Build a Portal with Domino: A S/390 Example

Build a Portal with Domino: A S/390 Example

By: Mike Ebbers; Armelle Creuzet; Tonie Erasmus; Rudolf Fust; Ernesto Ramos; Erna Schmidt

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 02-MAY-2001

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In today's fast-paced knowledge management environment, a great deal of importance is placed on providing professional workers with information that is tailored to their job responsibilities. This IBM Redbooks publication gives a step-by-step description of how to build a portal application using Lotus Domino. While our sample was built in an OS/390 environment using UNIX System Services, the concepts and code samples apply equally well to any platform that supports a Domino server. The audience for this book includes Domino developers, architects, and technical support engineers on...

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Lotus Domino for S/390 Release 5: Enterprise Integration Using Domino Connector Products

Lotus Domino for S/390 Release 5: Enterprise Integration Using Domino Connector Products

By: Mike Ebbers; Rudolf Fust; John Mims; Milan Otajovic; Prabhakar Rao

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 07-MAY-2001

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The robustness and scalability of S/390, teamed with the collaboration tools of Lotus Domino, makes a powerful combination. To increase the business power of a S/390 Domino environment, you can integrate the data and applications on your S/390 with the collaborative application environment of the Domino system. This IBM Redbooks publication tells you how to connect collaborative computing applications to enterprise host systems. We give a detailed description of the Lotus connector products available on the S/390, including installation and configuration. We provide sample code that...

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DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 Version 7 Selected Performance Topics

DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 Version 7 Selected Performance Topics

By: Paolo Bruni; Florence Dubois; Claudio Nacamatsu

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 12-NOV-2002

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Performance measurements are ongoing during the life of each release of DB2 for OS/390. DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 Version 7 (DB2 V7 throughout this document) has introduced several enhancements in the areas of performance and availability, and other enhancements are currently being added. Most of these enhancements and the related performance measurements implemented in the Silicon Valley Laboratory have been documented in the IBM Redbooks publication DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 Version 7 Performance Topics, SG24-6129. However, information on new DB2 functions and their synergy with the...

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Domino Web Service Application Development for the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Domino Web Service Application Development for the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Yessong Johng; Kim Greene; Clayton McDaniel; Vinit Saraswat; Jing Han Zhao

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 21-NOV-2002

Insert Date: 12-NOV-2012

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"Contextual collaboration" is a new term whirling in the industry today. This phenomenal new type of business asset can be realized by two major mechanisms: the components managing mechanism and the services delivery mechanism. The component managing mechanism deals with calendar, workflow, messaging, e-mail, and so on, while the services delivery mechanism deals with receiving and responding to a request. In terms of IBM product offerings, we have Domino for the component managing mechanism and WebSphere for the services delivery mechanism. We need standards to connect the applications...

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Lotus Domino 6 for z/OS: Performance Tuning and Capacity Planning

Lotus Domino 6 for z/OS: Performance Tuning and Capacity Planning

By: Mike Ebbers; Wanda Brewster; Luis Leon Collart; Terry Draper; Chris Henry; Rufus Woody III

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-MAR-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication helps z/OS system programmers and Domino administrators to monitor and tune Domino 6 for z/OS. It identifies factors that affect performance and provides recommendations to tune the configuration and parameter settings for optimal performance. Tips are provided for the operating system, the disk I/O subsystem, the network, and the Domino product. In addition, it includes guidelines for capacity planning. A background in z/OS and experience with Domino is assumed. This version, updated for Domino 6, includes tips on the zFS file system and new monitoring tools...

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Coexistence of Multiple Lotus Domino Releases in an LPAR Environment on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Coexistence of Multiple Lotus Domino Releases in an LPAR Environment on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Yessong Johng

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 31-MAR-2003

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Logical partitioning (LPAR) has been available on the IBM eServer iSeries server since the release of V4R5. It was greatly enhanced with V5R1 and even further enhanced with V5R2 of OS/400. This versatile technology has been and continues to be helpful to many iSeries and Lotus Domino customers who want fewer, more manageable systems. This IBM Redbooks publication discusses the concepts and benefits of the coexistence of multiple Domino releases on an iSeries server in an LPAR environment. It helps you design or create and implement a Domino for iSeries coexistence strategy using LPAR...

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Domino Web Access 6.5 on Linux

Domino Web Access 6.5 on Linux

By: John Bergland; Michael Alexander; Martin Anderle; Wolfgang Fey; Marco Foellmer; Shane Kilmon

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 29-APR-2004

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IBM Lotus Domino Web Access 6.5 (IBM Lotus iNotes Web Access) is a sophisticated Web client that gives end users many of the messaging and collaboration features previously available only with a Lotus Notes client. Beginning with Domino 6.5, you can access Lotus Domino on a Linux server while using Domino Web Access on a Linux desktop, giving you a leading-edge, end-to-end collaborative solution for Linux. Browser users will be able to take full advantage of Domino services through an ultra-intuitive, easy-to-use interface, both online and offline, seamlessly. Domino Web Access was...

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Lotus Domino 6 Multi-Versioning Support on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Lotus Domino 6 Multi-Versioning Support on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Deb Landon; Jochen Dammeyer; Pertti Malinen; Elizabeth Sabo; Francine Wiener

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 21-MAY-2004

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With the Domino 6.5.0 and 6.0.3 releases, IBM Lotus introduces multi-version capabilities for Domino on the IBM eServer iSeries platform. Before now, customers who wanted to run more than one release of Domino on a single iSeries server were forced to run them on separate OS/400 logical partitions (LPARs). This was not always a viable solution. Beginning with 6.5.0 and 6.0.3, Domino for iSeries supports multiple releases of Domino running in the same OS/400 partition. Multi-versioning provides more flexibility for Domino for iSeries customers. You can run different applications on...

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Lotus Domino 6.5.1 and Extended Products Integration Guide

Lotus Domino 6.5.1 and Extended Products Integration Guide

By: Kevin O'Donnell; Edmund Stanton; Stijn Van Herzele; John Bergland; Kelly Brooks; Ravinder Dhaliwal; Carol Sumner

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 13-OCT-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication discusses how to install, configure, and integrate Release 6.5.1 of IBM Lotus Domino and the Extended Products. Release 6.5.1 of Lotus Domino and the Extended Products represents a significant change in the way Lotus delivers software for customers. Each product in the 6.5.1 family is developed, tested, and supported to run with the other Release 6.5.1 products. For example, IBM Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing (formerly called Sametime) 6.5.1 and Lotus Team Workplace (formerly called QuickPlace) 6.5.1 will run on Domino 6.5.1. Customers will no...

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Lotus Collaboration and WebSphere Portal Express Integration on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Lotus Collaboration and WebSphere Portal Express Integration on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Deb Landon; Ethann Castell; Dan Hill; Gerri Passe; Keith Ridley; Wendy Thomson

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-MAR-2005

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The purpose of this IBM Redbooks publication is two-fold. First, it shows you how to configure and integrate several Domino servers on one iSeries server to provide a set of integrated collaborative services to Web browser users. These integrated collaborative services include Domino for iSeries 6.5.1 or later, IBM Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing (Sametime) for iSeries, IBM Lotus Team Workplace (QuickPlace) for iSeries, and Domino Web Access for iSeries Second, this book shows you how to take the previously configured integrated, collaborative environment of Domino, Sametime,...

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Portalizing Domino Applications: Integration with Portal 5.02 and Lotus Workplace 2.0.1

Portalizing Domino Applications: Integration with Portal 5.02 and Lotus Workplace 2.0.1

By: John Bergland; Martin Anderle; Lea Medhurst; Sami Salkosuo; Peter K. Weber; Leslie Weng

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-APR-2005

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This IBM Redbooks publication provides an overview of the options and techniques for integrating and "portalizing" Domino applications into WebSphere Portal and Lotus Workplace. For each of the integration options, we provide an overview of the technology, an introduction to the software and tools used, and step-by-step examples of using the techniques to portalize a sample Domino application. We begin by explaining why portal integration is so useful for any company that has a Domino environment, and the importance of integrating Domino applications into WebSphere Portal and...

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Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook: Deployment and Migration Guide

Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook: Deployment and Migration Guide

By: John Bergland; Lisa A. Chase; Peter Hampton; Prashant Pandya

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 02-AUG-2005

Insert Date: 31-MAY-2012

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This IBM Redbooks publication discusses IBM Lotus® Domino® Access for Microsoft® Outlook, the software solution that allows Outlook client users to easily access mail and calendar data that is stored on Lotus Domino servers. If you want to improve the reliability and scalability of your messaging infrastructure and to add collaboration, upgrading from Microsoft Exchange to IBM Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) provides the solution. With DAMO, you have reliable, scalable, and secure Lotus Domino Messaging to Microsoft Outlook users without requiring users to change from the...

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Domino 7 for Sun Solaris 10

Domino 7 for Sun Solaris 10

By: Lydia Parziale; Rodrigo Castelo Branco; Carolynn McCarthy; John Norton; Eric Sosman; Craig Swain; Uwe Wiest

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 27-MAR-2006

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Although the IBM Lotus Domino server is platform independent, each platform it runs on requires some additional platform-specific knowledge and configuration to ensure that it operates efficiently and at maximum capability. This IBM Redbooks publication explains how to run Domino 7 on the Sun Solaris 10 Operating Environment. The primary focus is to explain the installation, configuration, and performance tuning of Domino 7 in this environment. We take you through all of the steps that are required to run a Domino 7 server on Solaris 10, from choosing the right hardware, installing...

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Lotus Notes Domino 8/8.5-Administration: Lotus Groupware installieren, betreiben und verwalten

Lotus Notes Domino 8/8.5-Administration: Lotus Groupware installieren, betreiben und verwalten

By: Nadin Ebel

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Verlag

Publication Date: 17-DEC-2009

Insert Date: 01-MAR-2012

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Diese Neuauflage des Notes/Domino Administrationshandbuchs stellt die Versionen 8 und 8.5 mit deutlichem Fokus auf den Fragen und Problemen der täglichen Administrationspraxis vor. Neben den Neuerungen der beiden Versionen im Vergleich zur Vorgängerversion 7 beschreibt die Autorin alle Facetten des Betriebs einer Domino-Infrastruktur und gibt dem Leser wichtige Hilfsmittel an die Hand wie Checklisten, Fragekataloge und eine FAQ-Aufstellung mit Standard-Problemen. So erhalten auch Einsteiger einen schnellen Start in das Thema und in die Arbeit mit Lotus Notes Domino. Ebenfalls behandelt...

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XPages Extension Library: A Step-by-Step Guide to the Next Generation of XPages Components

XPages Extension Library: A Step-by-Step Guide to the Next Generation of XPages Components

By: Paul Hannan; Declan Sciolla-Lynch; Jeremy Hodge; Paul Withers; Tim Tripcony

Publisher: IBM Press

Publication Date: 11-MAY-2012

Insert Date: 10-FEB-2012

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The XPages Extension Library’s next-generation XPages controls make application development far more efficient, effective, scalable, and rewarding. With IBM® Lotus® Notes®/Domino® 8.5.3 and Upgrade Pack 1, IBM has incorporated powerful new capabilities and support. These components and technologies are now fully ready for even the toughest production challenges. XPages Extension Library is the first and only complete guide to Domino development with this library; it’s the best manifestation yet of the underlying XPages Extensibility Framework. Complementing the popular Mastering...

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Domino 7 Application Development

Domino 7 Application Development

By: Dick McCarrick; Raphael Savir; Stephen Cooke; Tim Speed

Publisher: Packt Publishing

Publication Date: 29-JAN-2007

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"Writing and upgrading applications for the latest IBM Lotus Notes Domino Platform Get to grips with all of the major new developer features in Lotus/Domino 7 Use DB2 as your Domino data store, optimize your code for performance, adopt best practice Domino Designer 7, agent profiling, remote Java debugging, web services, and more In Detail Written by Lotus insiders, the book provides a practical guide to developing applications making use of the important features and enhancements introduced in Notes/Domino 7. These experienced experts use their own experiences to map out...

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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

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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

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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...