Article archive for 2005 – Page 4

Sunday, May 1, 2005

Learn Domino 6 System Administration with a little TLCC

One of the most taxing aspects of being a developer is staying abreast of new technologies and updates to current products. One area gaining wider acceptance is online training. Recently, Contributing Editor Tony Patton was able to spend time perusing the Domino 6 System Administration 1 course from TLCC. Read on for complete details on this online course.

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Sunday, May 1, 2005

Teamstudio Delta, continued

Teamstudio Delta can help you can efficiently determine the differences (or changes) between two database designs, two design elements, two views of documents, or two individual documents. In part two of his review, author Michael Sobczak continues his in-depth coverage of Teamstudio Delta, and how it can ease the life of Notes and Domino developers.

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Sunday, May 1, 2005

Teamstudio Delta

For anyone that has to routinely compare Notes and Domino databases, Teamstudio’s Delta provides developers with a tool for automated data comparison. In this article, author Michael Sobczak gives us in-depth coverage of Teamstudio Delta, and how it can ease the life of Notes and Domino developers.

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Friday, April 1, 2005

An interview with IBM’s Akiba Saeedi on Workplace Collaboration

In this question and answer session, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz speaks with Akiba Saeedi, Manager of Workplace Collaboration products at IBM. Akiba gives us an introduction to the Workplace Collaboration Services and details how it might be able to help your organization, so read on to learn more.

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Friday, April 1, 2005

Teamstudio Script Browser

Every Lotusphere, the question of a class browser for LotusScript comes up. And every year, someone from the development team at Lotus says that it’s somewhere in the pile of things to be done. Now, Teamstudio has filled the void with Teamstudio Script Browser. See what Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard thinks of this new third-party utility.

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Friday, April 1, 2005

Solving migration woes with incremental mail migration

It’s a well-established fact that migrating users from one mail system to another consists of numerous tasks and activities. This article from Vadim Gringolts introduces and explores the concept of incremental mail migration, which solves the problem of latency in mail migration and ensures predictability and seamless mail migrations.

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Friday, April 1, 2005

Getting a handle on LotusScript error handling

One part of Domino development that’s often overlooked is error handling. While errors may be caught, many developers may not understand the nature of the error. Contributing Editor Tony Patton brings you a few tips and hints on how to make that debugging go a little smoother.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2005

How IntelliVIEW can save your head from exploding

IntelliVIEW claims to provide data-mining, viewing, and querying capabilities, all from within Notes. The makers of the product claim that non-technical users can get at Notes data, using this tool. Is it all that the marketing folks claim? You’ll have to read this review to find out.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Ozzie jumps to Microsoft — what does it mean for Lotus?

On March 10, Microsoft announced that it acquired Groove Networks and that the company’s founder, Ray Ozzie, will assume the role of chief technical officer, reporting to Bill Gates, with responsibility for influencing corporatewide communication and collaboration offerings and associated platform infrastructure. Since Ozzie is also the original creator of Lotus Notes and, as recently as this past January, was featured at the opening session of Lotusphere many of our readers have been asking what this means for Lotus and the future of Notes and Domino. Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard shares his perspective on this interesting issue.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Storing text in LotusScript

There are many times when Contributing Editor Tony Patton needs to store large amounts of text, usually multiple lines, in LotusScript code. In this DominoPower Tip, he shows us how to store large amounts of text using LotusScript.

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