Article archive for 1999 – Page 2

Monday, November 1, 1999

Media management the Domino way

Once upon a time, people found clip-art handy for the occasional flyer or to brighten up a presentation. Web sites have changed all that, and Web masters must discipline mounds of media of all types — images, sounds, Java applets, movies and soon perhaps smells. In this fascinating article, contributing editor Jeffrey R. Burrows helps you get started.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

A quick and easy guide to installing Domino on Linux

When Lotus placed their Sneak Preview of Domino for Linux on Notes.Net in August of this year, even they were surprised that 50,000 people chose to download it. This article, by Mark Lawson, shows you how to install and setup Domino for Linux on a spare PC in less than one hour, with no Linux knowledge.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Palm Computing meets the enterprise

Just when you’ve finally gotten comfortable playing with your Palm organizer and HotSyncing in private, Palm makes announcements that may mean you’ll be HotSyncing in public as well. You’ll be HotSyncing in conference rooms, in lobbies, or in any other area where the Palm device users of your company might congregate. What does this all mean? Read this informative article by DominoPower contributing editor Dan Velasco and find out about Ethernet HotSyncing and more.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Advanced encryption techniques

In this third and final installment in contributing editor Tom Lowery’s fascinating encryption series, an additional secret key technique that can add flexibility to your secure applications is revealed.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Collect from deadbeats with Domino

Our site of the month, Commercial Recovery Corporation, is unusual, because Domino and Notes Pump primarily drive the site. Continuing our series on AS/400 coverage, this site is a great example of how to access data residing on an AS/400. Read it if you’re interested in large systems access or if you need to get some of those deadbeat clients to send you some green.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Domino portals

Welcome to the second installment of @DbColumn, Dan Velasco’s new monthly column that focuses on one specific Domino-related topic every month. This month, Dan aims his sights at Domino portals, as well as sites that offer useful Domino-related tip information. This article is both helpful and fun.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

A Web browser development environment

Developer Chris Stoner (a.k.a. GreenJellyBean after her RAV4) was sitting in bumper to bumper traffic one day (presumably in the same RAV4) and thought up a cool new feature she’d like to see in Notes and Domino: a development environment you can use from a Web browser? In this "idea paper", Chris shares her thoughts on this innovative idea.

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Friday, October 1, 1999

Collaboration on the Web with QuickPlace

Lotus has a fun, new product that’ll help you set up common Web sites quickly and easily. Called QuickPlace, this system is easy for non-programmers to configure and manage. To learn more, read this helpful review by Mark Lawson.

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Friday, October 1, 1999

How to create a customized login dialog box for Domino 4.6

The Domino 4.x login dialog box has only two fields: login and password. In this helpful article, Frank Cseh shows how you can build an enhanced login dialog box, where you can put comments about login requirements and more details about the login process.

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Friday, October 1, 1999

Access list management system

Contributing Editor Dan Velasco has designed a system to provide "managers" of some databases with the ability to modify the access list for a database. The challenge: these managers didn’t have, and never would have, manager access to the database or permission to modify any group documents in the Domino directory. Read all about how Dan pulled this off.

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