Article archive for 2000 – Page 5

Saturday, July 1, 2000

Golf site designers on par with Domino

In July’s DominoPower Site of the Month, Steve Niles steps onto the green to review a Domino-designed Web site that sets out to be the best golf site on the Internet. Check it out for yourself.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

A developer’s quandary: Lotus DevCon or Lotusphere?

If you can only get to one conference a year, which one is it going to be? Chris Stoner gives you a quick breakdown of the benefits of each to assist you in making this important decision.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Something fishy at DevCon 2000

Intrigue, excitement, a large tuna. All this and more could be found at Lotus Devcon 2000. In his report from the convention floor, John Roling takes on the persona of a debonair superspy to bring you the latest in the world of Lotus.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Configuring Seagate Crystal Reports 8 Web server with Domino R5

Often, non-Notes developers cite the lack of a native reporting interface as a primary reason for eliminating Domino from the corporate workplaces. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. In part two of a series about Seagate’s latest version of Crystal Reports, Jennifer Regnault discusses how to configure this important software with Domino R5.

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Thursday, June 1, 2000

Lotus makes cautious move to Windows 2000 platform

Windows NT has long been an important server platform for running Lotus Domino. Will the same be true of Windows 2000? In part one of a two part series on Domino and the Windows 2000 platform, Greg Neilson examines Lotus’ strategy in integrating Domino with Microsoft’s updated operating system.

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Thursday, June 1, 2000

How to create subforms that configure other subforms

Have you ever written a great subform creating a full audit trail of document changes, only to realize you don’t know how to get information from the setup subform when you don’t know the name of the database profile form. Well, put your mind at ease, for Chris Doig has found a solution. Read this article to find out how it works.

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Thursday, June 1, 2000

The coming of the Raven

The inability to locate resources and information within an enterprise is one of the biggest complaints among companies. To combat this problem, Lotus has developed a product that combines knowledge management and portals. This month, Tony Patton gives you a sneak preview of this powerful new tool, codenamed Raven.

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Thursday, June 1, 2000

Beginners guide to Lotus Notes and Domino

If you’re not an experienced Notes and Domino programmer and are only starting to get to know this powerful software combination, you might be saying to yourself, "Just what the heck is Notes and Domino?" If you’re looking for a clear answer in plain and simple language, you need look no further. In this article, Tom Lowery manages to both explain Notes and Domino and highlight its strengths and weaknesses without resorting to technical gobbledygook.

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Thursday, June 1, 2000

Fan mail from a land down-under

In this month’s edition of Letters to the Editor, contributing editor Dan Velasco is only too happy to help when he receives a bit of mail from one of his adoring Australian fans who’s having trouble generating text with a hotspot property attached to it.

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Thursday, June 1, 2000

Domino helps teach Dutch students a thing or two

It’s always interesting to see another new use of Lotus Domino. This month, Steve Niles goes Dutch when he visits June’s DominoPower Site of the Month. It belongs to the University of Twente in the Netherlands where a set of Web-enabled Domino fill-in-forms have been created to facilitate university classes online.

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