Article archive for 2002 – Page 3

Tuesday, October 1, 2002

DominoSource aims to be your source for Domino related material

October’s DominoPower Site of the Month is yet another resource for news, code, and information. Steve Niles spotlights DominoSource, a site entirely developed using Lotus Domino.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2002

Building an XML based Content Management System using Lotus Domino: wrapping it up

In part six of this Programming Power series, Contributing Editor Andrew Stuart continues to tell about how he designed and developed an XML-based CMS (Content Management System) for Lotus Domino. This month he wraps up this epic saga.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2002

How to become an ND6 certified Lotus instructor

Lotus Notes and Domino 6 is now shipping, and with it comes many new opportunities. In this article, Jack Dausman discusses a possible new career opportunity for you: becoming an ND6 Certified Lotus Instructor. He’ll show you exactly what you need to do to embark on this exciting career.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

Become a WebSphere master with TLCC’s Introduction to WebSphere 4.0 for Domino Developers

If you want to expand your development horizons beyond the Notes and Domino space, you’re in luck. The people at TLCC have put together a course called "Introduction to WebSphere 4.0 for Domino Developers," designed to take the fear out of WebSphere. Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco has taken the course, and in this review he reveals how it takes away the fear of having a whole new development/server environment to learn and master.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

How to audit your address book: more code

Contributing Editor Mick Moignard continues outlining the code of his address auditing tool.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

Not another ‘state of the Lotus Domino industry’ article

Those of you familiar with Ian Cherrill’s previous work in DominoPower will know that his typical contributions are normally heavy, technical pieces. This month, however, he’s taking a different approach. Inspired by the news of the last few months, Ian shares his thoughts on the current state of the Lotus Domino industry. You’ve seen articles like this in the past, but Ian tackles the issue from the perspective of a real hands-on user, with his own unique sense of humor.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

Find free code at nsftools.com

Steve Niles has selected a brand new resource for free bits of code as September’s DominoPower Site of the Month.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

Interesting new solution for making Notes Mail mobile

We’ve featured a number of solutions in the pages of DominoPower for making Notes mobile, and September’s Product of the Month is a brand new entrant to the market. Steve Niles spotlights mail-e-on-air from SolutionPlanet, designed to bring Notes Mail to your PDA or mobile phone.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

How to audit your address book: the design

In part one of this two part series, Contributing Editor Mick Moignard details the design of a piece of code he wrote to explore address books and to report entries that seemed to contain unexpected values. Read on to find out how to perform this deep audit of the address book Person records from the perspective of identification, addressing, and mailing.

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

Building an XML based Content Management System using Lotus Domino: overview of the content administration system

In part five of this Programming Power series, Contributing Editor Andrew Stuart continues to tell about how he designed and developed an XML-based CMS (Content Management System) for Lotus Domino. This month he provides an overview of the Lotus Domino based content administration portion of the content management system. Specifically, he looks at the Lotus Domino documents that are stored in the content management system’s database.

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