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  • Copyright 2003
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-2848-6
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-2848-7

Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino R6 should be your first book on release 6. This comprehensive work shows you how to use the new features of the Notes client including: an overview of iNotes, detailed instructions on how to set up Notes under Mac OS X and a comprehensive guide to installing Domino on Linux. The book covers development of web oriented Domino databases, object-oriented programming with the Domino object model, and shows you how to use Java with Domino. This edition also covers features such as headlines, pages, framesets, Java Applets,JavaScript, LotusScript, and web site development.
This book details the latest administration features including installing, upgrading, configuring, monitoring, trouble shooting and legacy integration.

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Table of Contents



Introduction.

I. PRESENTING NOTES AND DOMINO RELEASE 6.

1. Introducing Lotus Notes and Domino.

II. USING THE LOTUS NOTES R6 CLIENT.

2. Installing and Customizing the Notes Client.
3. Understanding the Notes User Interface.
4. Getting Started with Electronic Mail.
5. Working with Text and Documents.
6. Getting Started with Contact Management.
7. Getting Organized with the Calendaring and Scheduling.
8. Using Mobile Features from Home or on the Road.
9. Using Notes Client on the Internet.
10. Using iNotes Web Access.

III. INTRODUCING DOMINO DESIGNER R6.

11. Creating and Accessing Domino Databases.
12. Exploring the Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
13. Designing Pages, Forms, and Subforms.
14. Developing Views and Folders.
15. Using Framesets, Outlines, and Navigators.
16. Using Shared Resources.
17. Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Database Security.
18. Working with Formulas, Functions, and Commands.

IV. USING LOTUSSCRIPT, JAVA, AND JAVASCRIPT.

19. Using the IDE with LotusScript, Java, and JavaScript.
20. Object-Oriented Programming and the Domino Object Model.
21. LotusScript Variables and Objects.
22. LotusScript Subroutines, Functions, and Event Handlers.
23. Creating and Using Java Applets and Agents.
24. The Session and Front-End Classes.
25. Database, View, and Document Classes in LotusScript and Java.
26. Using Fields and Items in LotusScript and Java.

V. DEVELOPING WEB SITES WITH DOMIN.

27. Building a Web Site with Domino.
28. Using Domino Designer's New Web-Development Features.
29. Domino and Enterprise Integration.

VI. INSTALLING AND CONFIGURING THE DOMINO SERVERS.

30. The Domino Family of Servers.
31. Initial Planning and Installation.
32. Installation and Configuration of Domino on Linux.
33. Upgrading from Domino R5 to R6.
34. Initial Configuration of Servers with the Domino Directories.
35. Domino Security Overview.

VII. ADMINISTERING THE DOMINO SERVERS.

36. Administering Users, Groups, and Certification.
37. Administering Electronic Mail.
38. Replication and Its Administration.
39. Administering Files and Databases.
40. Managing Your Domino Server Configuration.
41. Troubleshooting and Monitoring Domino.

VIII. ADVANCED DOMINO ADMINISTRATION.

42. Performance, Scalability, and Capacity Planning for Domino Servers.
43. Using the Enterprise Domino Server with a Large Domino Network.

IX. APPENDIXES.

Appendix A. Notes/Domino Class Reference.
Appendix B. @Function and @Command Listings.
Index.

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