Lotus Notes and Domino are the premier offerings in the field of collaborationwhile WebSphere is IBM's premier entry in the area of tools for buildingwebsites. For companies that have a Web application that requires thestrengths of Domino (e.g. Teamrooms, Knowledge Bases, Corporate Portals,Help Desks, Sales Force Automation, Web Meetings - that include "chat",Project Tracking, Intranets, built in messaging, etc.) and the strengths ofWebSphere (e-commerce, Brokerages, B2B Exchanges, Supply ChainIntegration, Online Banking, Web Account Access, Web Portals, Extranets,etc.) a combined Domino and WebSphere system would be ideal. This bookshows developers how to build applications that combine the strengths of bothproducts.
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2. The Architecture of WebSphere and Lotus Collaboration Together.
3. WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 5.
4. Domino 6.
5. Using WebSphere and Lotus Collaboration Together.
6. Building a Combined WebSphere and Domino System.
7. What to Put on WAS vs. Domino.
8. Development Tools.
9. Accessing J2EE Elements from Domino.
10. Accessing Domino from J2EE.
11. Issues with WAS and Domino Together.
12. Security and Single Sign-On.
14. Performance and High-Availability Issues.
15. Implementing High-Volume Web Sites.
16. The Future for WebSphere and Lotus Collaboration.
Appendix A. WebSphere Application Server 5 Details.
Appendix B. Domino 6 Details.
Appendix C. Detailed Steps for Building a Combined WebSphere and Domino System.
Appendix D. What’s New in WAS 6?
Appendix E. The WebSphere Portal.
Appendix F. Lotus Workplace.
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