Article archive for 2000 – Page 3

Sunday, October 1, 2000

The best and worst sessions of Lotusphere Europe 2000

For many, the highlights of a Lotusphere event are the sessions. Ian Cherrill gives you his impressions of Lotusphere Europe 2000, as well as a run-down of the best and worst sessions the event had to offer.

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Sunday, October 1, 2000

Inside Lotusphere Europe 2000

If you weren’t able to get to Lotusphere Europe 2000, now’s your chance to get the lowdown on all the events. Patrick FitzGerald takes you on a guided tour to give you the complete scoop on all the speeches, the labs, the sessions, and the Product Showcase. You’ll also get a great tip on where to eat next time you’re in Berlin.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

Don’t go it alone, use R5 Migration Pro

Are you an application developer who wants to make sure your applications function correctly in R5? Do you want to use the knowledge of migration experts to help guide you every step of the way? If so, you’ve got to check out Dan Velasco’s review of R5 Migration Pro, a single R4 database packed full of all the information and tools you need in order to make your migration from R4 to R5 as smooth and successful as possible.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

Making the case for running Domino on Linux

Previously relegated to the realm of hackers and computer hobbyists, Linux has become the darling of the computer press, and recently, the stock market. In part one of a two-part series, Allan Liska and Jeff Gunther discuss the history of running Domino on Linux and make a logical business case for doing so.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

School days and the back room maze

In September’s edition of Letters to the Editor, you’ll find a Spanish student needing help with his final thesis and some suggestions on improvements we can make to our archives and forums.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

Domino-powered industrial filter site

September’s DominoPower Site of the Month caters to Steve Niles’ passion for liquid/solid separation methods (everyone needs a hobby). Check out his review of a filtration company’s simple, clear, Domino-powered Web site.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

Advanced building of DHTML views with Internet Explorer

When using categorized views from a browser, a request is made to the server every time you expand or collapse a category. Matt Holthe has found a way to eliminate this round trip. In part two of this series, things get more advanced as he shows you how to create views with two categories.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

Running Crystal Reports Web Component Server with Domino R5 via CGI

In part three of her series on Seagate’s Crystal Reports 8, Jennifer Regnault demonstrates some more advanced techniques, including passing URL commands, running selection formulas, and enhancing overall server performance.

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Friday, September 1, 2000

Increase your productivity by controlling context

In this article, Bain McKay continues his thought-provoking look at Knowledge Management tools and techniques by demonstrating the importance of controlling context.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2000

How Notes can make a small firm big

It’s tough being a small fish in a big pond. In this fascinating article, David Beckman and David Hirsch discuss the way using Notes in their small law firm has helped make their particular fish a good deal bigger by leveraging their legal knowledge and liberating their staff to function at a higher level.

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