Article archive for 2005 – Page 2

Saturday, October 1, 2005

Building an automated signature generator application

Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard build an automated signature generator for Notes. In this series of articles, he takes you through all the stages of building the application. This week, he explores the user experience.

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Saturday, October 1, 2005

Give your Domino views life with DHTML

Have you ever wanted to be able to expand and collapse documents in a Notes view from a browser but the view’s contents are being treated as HTML and are not being translated by the Domino engine itself? In this article, Colin Neale shows you how you can achieve this with a very simple piece of JavaScript that manipulates the HTML elements on your Web page.

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Thursday, September 1, 2005

Extend the reach of your IWWCM search, Part 2

This article uses a real life case study to demonstrate how Colin Neale used his own C-Search program to extend IWWCM search capabilities beyond it’s own publishing database without the need to develop search routines inside IWWCM itself. In this article, Colin finishes his discussion, showing how to render the search forms and search results.

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Thursday, September 1, 2005

Extend the reach of your IWWCM search with C-Search

This article uses a real life case study to demonstrate how Colin Neale used his own C-Search program to extend IWWCM search capabilities beyond it’s own publishing database without the need to develop search routines inside IWWCM itself.

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Thursday, September 1, 2005

ND7 ships: the inside scoop

Our first editorial mention of Lotus Notes and Domino 7 goes back to February 2003, when a technology called "NextGen" was discussed at that year’s Lotusphere. Since then, we’ve been talking about ND7 on and off, culminating in last month’s special ND7 feature issue. Finally, today, IBM has officially announced that the product is shipping. In this important article, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz discusses some of the insider information he picked up from senior IBM executives about the ND7 release.

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Thursday, September 1, 2005

Fixing HTML display problems in the Notes 6 client

If you’re having a problem with HTML display in your Notes 6 client, this article has some great tips that’ll help you resolve the problem once and for all.

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Monday, August 1, 2005

IBM answers your tough R7 questions

Back in June, we told you we had a special and unique opportunity to pass along your questions about R7 to IBM Lotus executives. We promised we’d publish answers to those questions at a future time. That time is now. In this very special article, IBM Lotus executives Ed Brill and Rob Ingram provide answers to some of your toughest questions.

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Monday, August 1, 2005

From New Jersey to Palm Bay, Florida

Over the past week, we’ve gotten a number of concerned emails and voice mails, most of which we haven’t yet been able to return. No, we haven’t been swallowed by a sea monster. Instead, we’ve been moving — from North Brunswick, New Jersey to Palm Bay, Florida. For the exciting story, read this article.

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Monday, August 1, 2005

A quick look at R7’s new @Commands and @Functions

If you’re a LotusScript developer, one of the best parts of any new major release are the new @Commands and @Functions. In this article, we’ll look briefly at one important new @Command and five new @Functions.

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Monday, August 1, 2005

A first look at DB2 integration with Domino Designer 7

One of the most intriguing features of the upcoming Notes/Domino 7 release is support of IBM’s DB2 database as a data store. We find this very exciting because this allows developers to natively support both the traditional Notes NSF files as well as directly access DB2 databases. This important article shows you how some of this integration is accomplished in the Designer 7 interface.

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