Article archive for 1999 – Page 4

Wednesday, September 1, 1999

1999 Ryder Cup

I know, I know. You’re probably asking "What does Tiger Woods have to do with Notes and Domino?" Well, here’s your answer: IBM, PGA.com and Ryder Cup, Ltd. have built an in-depth Web site for this year’s competition. And it runs on Notes and Domino.

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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Seagate Crystal Reports Version 7.0

If you’ve been looking for a solid reporting solution for Notes, we’ve found an interesting new solution. Check out Rebecca Warriner’s review of Seagate Crystal Reports. Will it really meet all your reporting needs? Read the article to find out.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

Important answers to Y2K questions

In five months, the 21st century will be upon us. The Y2K issue is something we’ve all become quite aware of. Since January is closing in on us at breakneck speed, we thought it time to bring you some exclusive Y2K tips from Kelly C Bourne, one of the country’s leading experts and the author of Year 2000 Solutions for Dummies.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

Parsing XML with LotusScript and Microsoft’s XML object

When you really think about it, XML is just a structured text format. So you should be able to parse it in LotusScript and use it in your Lotus Notes projects. And you can. In this article, Mark Lawson shows you how, using examples from DominoPower’s own XML channels.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

Using Domino to build a corporate portal

You can use Domino to give you the flexibility to design your own corporate portal exactly as you want, with the added plus of the power of workflow. In this fascinating article, Kevin Terry gives you an overview of the portal he built, tells you how it was built using Domino, and gives you some great tips for building your own.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

Seagate Software distributes business intelligence software to millions – for free

This month, Seagate Software makes available special "business intelligence" software that you can download and use for free.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

At least we didn’t mention cigars

Last month, we ran a couple of articles that were very helpful and important, but included a few racy tidbits that some of our readers called us on. Here’s what they had to say and our response.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

The Internet, legality, and you

This month, managing editor Denise Amrich takes a stab at some interesting mail we’ve been getting. One fellow who lives in France was quite disturbed that DominoPower wasn’t written in French. Mon dieu! Seriously, though, Denise provides some interesting resources that’ll help you separate fact from fiction in the strange new world of Internet law.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

A veritable Geek bonanza

What can we say? Geeks must stick together and the UGeek.com site is an ideal place for Geeks to gather and, well, do Geek things. Seriously, UGeek has loads of great information on gadgets, goodies, and things to tinker with and that’s why it’s our DominoPower Site of the Month.

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Sunday, August 1, 1999

Fun with $FormulaClass

The $FormulaClass field exists on view design documents and controls what the view shows. What’s extremely cool is that you can use LotusScript to change the value of this field and thus cause a view to show you Notes design documents rather than just plain old everyday documents. In this important article, contributing editor Dan Velasco shows you how.

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