Lotus Notes and Domino 6 Programming Bible

Brian Benz, Rocky Oliver

  • 出版商: Wiley
  • 出版日期: 2003-05-16
  • 售價: $2,507
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$2,382
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 1032
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0764526111
  • ISBN-13: 9780764526114

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* Covers all the programming techniques, concepts, and languages used with Notes and Domino, as well as the many new features of Domino 6
* Thoroughly examines the Notes and Domino role with Java, XML, Web services, and other IBM products and technologies
* Provides extensive code and examples, many geared to the needs of administrators
* High-profile authors, known to their audience through conferences and articles
* Companion Web site shows example applications from the book running on a live Domino server and provides code download
Table of Contents
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Part I: Introduction to Lotus Notes and Domino.
Chapter 1: The History of Notes and Domino.
Chapter 2: A Simple Application.
Chapter 3: The Notes Storage Model.
Chapter 4: Application Building Blocks.
Part II: Domino Designer.
Chapter 5: The Designer IDE.
Chapter 6: Managing and Deploying Application Projects.
Chapter 7: Standard Templates.
Part III: Application Architecture.
Chapter 8: Page and Form Basics.
Chapter 9: Views and Folders.
Chapter 10: Database Security.
Chapter 11: Framesets and Outlines.
Chapter 12: Advanced Form Design.
Chapter 13: Database Properties.
Chapter 14: Sharing Code with Libraries.
Part IV: Automating Applications.
Chapter 15: Formulas In Forms and Views.
Chapter 16: Actions, Buttons, and Action Hotspots.
Chapter 17: Form, View, and Database Events.
Chapter 18: Agents.
Chapter 19: Web Applications.
Chapter 20: Mail-Enabled Applications.
Chapter 21: Document Security.
Chapter 22: Workflow Management.
Part V: Formula Language Techniques.
Chapter 23: Introduction to the Formula Language.
Chapter 24: Working with @Functions.
Chapter 25: Introduction to @Commands.
Chapter 26: Using the Formula Language to Retrieve Data.
Chapter 27: User Interaction through the Formula Language.
Chapter 28: Advanced Formula Techniques.
Part VI: LotusScript Language Techniques.
Chapter 29: Introduction to LotusScript.
Chapter 30: Working with the Domino Object Model in LotusScript.
Chapter 31: Advanced LotusScript Techniques.
Part VII: Java Techniques.
Chapter 32: Java and Domino Designer.
Chapter 33: Java Classes and Methods.
Chapter 34: Accessing Domino from Java Applications.
Chapter 35: Java Servlets for Domino.
Chapter 36: Java Servlets Using Third-Party Developer Tools.
Chapter 37: Domino Custom JSP Tags.
Chapter 38: Domino and WebSphere.
Part VIII: JavaScript Techniques.
Chapter 39: JavaScript Basics.
Chapter 40: Using JavaScript Events.
Chapter 41: DHTML and Domino.
Chapter 42: Combining Domino and Java Applets Using JavaScript.
Part IX: Relational Database Integration.
Chapter 43: Integrating Enterprise Data with Domino Applications.
Chapter 44: Developing Domino Applications for Data Integration.
Chapter 45: LEI Retrievals and Updates.
Part X: XML.
Chapter 46: XML and Domino.
Chapter 47: XML, DXL, and Domino Data.
Chapter 48: LotusScript and XML.
Chapter 49: Using Domino to Serve Relational XML.
Chapter 50: Developing Java Applications with XML and Domino.
Chapter 51: Generating XML with Domino Java Agents and Servlets.
Chapter 52: Getting XML into Domino.
Chapter 53: Transforming XML with XSLT.
Chapter 54: XML Data Islands.
Part XI: Web Services.
Chapter 55: Web Services Introduction.
Chapter 56: SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI.
Chapter 57: Serving Web Services from Domino.
Chapter 58: Consuming Web Services in Notes Client Applications.
Index.