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Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Domino Designer 6 : A Developer's Handbook
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2002
©2002
Descript 1 online resource (854 pages)
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Note Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. What is Lotus Notes/Domino -- 1.1 Domino 6 Server -- 1.1.1 Domino Messaging Server -- 1.1.2 Domino Enterprise Server -- 1.1.3 Domino Utility Server -- 1.1.4 Services offered by Domino Servers -- 1.2 Clients for Domino 6 -- 1.2.1 Lotus Notes 6 -- 1.2.2 Domino Designer 6 -- 1.2.3 Domino Administrator 6 -- 1.2.4 Mobile clients -- 1.2.5 iNotes -- Chapter 2. Lotus Domino Designer -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.2 Working in Domino Designer -- 2.2.1 Launching Domino Designer -- 2.2.2 The Domino Designer client -- 2.2.3 The Design pane -- 2.2.4 The tabbed windows -- 2.2.5 The Bookmark folders -- 2.2.6 The Design elements folders -- 2.2.7 The Properties dialog -- 2.2.8 Design element locking -- 2.2.9 The Launch buttons -- 2.2.10 The Programmer's Pane -- 2.3 Domino Design elements -- 2.3.1 The Domino database -- 2.3.2 Frameset -- 2.3.3 Pages -- 2.3.4 Forms -- 2.3.5 Views -- 2.3.6 Folders -- 2.3.7 Shared code -- 2.3.8 Shared resources -- 2.3.9 Other -- 2.4 New elements of Domino Designer 6 -- 2.4.1 Cascading style sheet (CSS) -- 2.4.2 Layers -- 2.4.3 Shared code and shared resources -- 2.4.4 LotusScript, JavaScript and Java libraries -- 2.4.5 Data connections -- 2.4.6 DXL utilities -- 2.4.7 JSP custom tag libraries -- 2.5 Industry Standards support -- 2.6 Multi-client applications support -- 2.7 Multilingual applications support -- 2.8 Easy access to enterprise data and applications -- 2.9 Developing for mixed releases of clients -- 2.9.1 On-Disk Structure -- Chapter 3. Domino Design elements: basics -- 3.1 Domino databases -- 3.1.1 Creating a database -- 3.1.2 Changing the database properties -- 3.2 Using Design Synopsis -- 3.3 Summary -- Chapter 4. Domino Design elements: forms -- 4.1 Forms
4.1.1 Specifying form properties -- 4.1.2 Giving the form a window title -- 4.1.3 Form events -- 4.2 Creating a field -- 4.2.1 Performing a test run -- 4.2.2 Sharing and reusing a field -- 4.2.3 Field types -- 4.2.4 Field properties -- 4.2.5 Special fields -- 4.2.6 Field events -- 4.2.7 Examples using different field types and events -- 4.3 Sharing design elements with subforms -- 4.3.1 Creating a new subform -- 4.3.2 Removing subforms -- 4.3.3 Adding subforms to a form -- 4.4 Displaying a different form to Web, Notes, and mobile users -- 4.5 Layout regions -- 4.6 Working with collapsible sections -- 4.6.1 Creating a collapsible section -- 4.7 Using tables -- 4.7.1 Creating tables within tables -- 4.7.2 Merging and splitting cells -- 4.7.3 Table properties -- 4.8 Actions -- 4.8.1 Creating an action -- 4.8.2 Removing an action -- 4.8.3 Action properties -- 4.8.4 Action bar properties -- 4.9 Embedded elements -- 4.9.1 Embedded editors -- 4.9.2 Embedded navigators -- 4.9.3 Embedded date picker -- 4.9.4 Embedded outline control -- 4.9.5 Embedded view -- 4.9.6 Embedded group scheduling control -- 4.9.7 Embedded folder pane -- 4.9.8 Embedded file upload control -- 4.10 Other features of forms -- 4.10.1 Horizontal rules -- 4.10.2 Computed text -- 4.10.3 Buttons, Action bar buttons, and hotspots -- 4.11 Images within forms -- 4.11.1 Copying images -- 4.11.2 Importing pictures -- 4.11.3 Using Image Resource -- 4.11.4 Alternate text -- 4.12 Using CGI variables -- 4.12.1 Table of CGI variables supported by Domino -- 4.12.2 Using a field to capture CGI variables -- 4.12.3 Using a LotusScript agent to capture CGI variables -- 4.13 Profile documents -- 4.13.1 Creating a profile form -- 4.13.2 Creating and retrieving profile documents using LotusScript -- 4.14 New features in Domino Designer 6 -- 4.15 Summary -- Chapter 5. Domino Design elements: pages
5.1 What is a page -- 5.2 Creating a new page -- 5.2.1 Specifying page properties -- 5.3 Page events -- 5.4 Using pages -- 5.4.1 Launching pages -- 5.5 New features in Domino Designer 6 -- 5.6 Summary -- Chapter 6. Domino Design elements: views, folders, and navigators -- 6.1 Design elements defined -- 6.1.1 What is a view -- 6.1.2 What is a folder -- 6.1.3 What is an outline -- 6.1.4 What is a navigator -- 6.2 Creating views -- 6.2.1 Working with view properties -- 6.2.2 Editing View columns -- 6.2.3 Creating Calendar views -- 6.2.4 View summary -- 6.3 Shared views and private views -- 6.3.1 Shared views -- 6.3.2 Shared, Personal-on-first-use views -- 6.3.3 Personal views -- 6.4 Creating a button on the Action bar -- 6.5 Working with views as a developer -- 6.6 Views and the Web -- 6.6.1 Using the default display -- 6.6.2 Using HTML formatting for views -- 6.7 Hints and tips on designing views -- 6.7.1 Naming views -- 6.7.2 Overview of styles -- 6.7.3 Identifying unread documents -- 6.7.4 Using categories in views -- 6.7.5 Presenting views to users -- 6.7.6 Embedding views -- 6.7.7 Formatting date and time columns -- 6.7.8 Formatting numbers in columns -- 6.7.9 Indenting Response documents -- 6.7.10 Sorting documents in views -- 6.8 Designing a folder -- 6.9 Managing access to views and folders -- 6.9.1 Creating a Read access list -- 6.9.2 Creating a Write access list -- 6.10 Using navigators -- 6.10.1 Navigator objects -- 6.10.2 Navigator actions -- 6.10.3 Creating a navigator -- 6.10.4 Adding an action to a navigator object -- 6.10.5 Adding an action using @Functions or LotusScript -- 6.10.6 Displaying navigator when a database is opened -- 6.11 New features in Domino 6 -- 6.12 Summary -- Chapter 7. Domino Design elements: agents -- 7.1 About Domino agents -- 7.2 Access to create Domino agents
7.2.1 Restricted and unrestricted agents, methods and operations -- 7.3 Creating an agent -- 7.3.1 Naming the agent -- 7.3.2 Scheduling the agent -- 7.3.3 Selecting documents to be processed -- 7.3.4 Specifying what an agent should do -- 7.3.5 Displaying the pop-up menu of an agent -- 7.3.6 Signing an agent -- 7.4 Testing an agent -- 7.4.1 Testing an agent during development -- 7.4.2 Testing an agent before copying it to a live database -- 7.4.3 Checking the Agent Log -- 7.4.4 Debugging agents -- 7.5 Enabling and disabling scheduled agents -- 7.5.1 To disable and enable individual agents -- 7.5.2 To disable all automated agents in a database -- 7.6 Troubleshooting agents -- 7.6.1 Agent is not running -- 7.6.2 Agent Manager is not working -- 7.6.3 Agents are running slowly -- 7.6.4 Agent will not run on a particular server -- 7.6.5 Debugging with NOTES.INI settings -- 7.6.6 Debugging at the server console -- 7.7 Agents and the Web -- 7.7.1 The Document Context of a Web agent and CGI variables -- 7.7.2 Agent output -- 7.7.3 Running multiple instances of an agent -- 7.7.4 WebQueryOpen and WebQuerySave agents -- 7.7.5 Using the @URLOpen command to call agents -- 7.8 Using agents (advanced topics) -- 7.9 New features in Domino 6 -- 7.10 Summary -- Chapter 8. Domino Design elements: framesets -- 8.1 Framesets -- 8.1.1 Specifying frameset properties -- 8.1.2 Specifying frame properties -- 8.2 Changing the layout of a frameset -- 8.3 New features in Domino Designer 6 -- 8.4 Summary -- Chapter 9. Domino Design elements: outlines -- 9.1 Outline Designer -- 9.2 Creating a new outline -- 9.3 Embedded Outline -- Chapter 10. Domino design elements: shared resources -- 10.1 Images -- 10.2 Files -- 10.3 Applets -- 10.4 Style sheets -- 10.5 Data connections -- 10.5.1 Create a data source resource -- 10.5.2 Create the DCR -- 10.5.3 Set a database property
10.5.4 Create fields on a form -- Chapter 11. Developing for multiple clients -- 11.1 Plan your application -- 11.1.1 Security settings -- 11.1.2 Consider the use of graphics -- 11.1.3 Examine your LotusScript code -- 11.2 Designing the application -- 11.2.1 Same or different forms for the Web and Notes -- 11.2.2 Choosing fields -- 11.2.3 Choosing actions -- 11.2.4 How to deal with the Notes views -- 11.2.5 Need of miscellaneous forms -- 11.2.6 Designing the agents -- 11.2.7 Be aware of multiple lookups -- 11.2.8 Developing for PDA and mobile clients -- 11.3 Take advantage of Domino 6 -- 11.4 Conclusion -- Chapter 12. New features in Domino 6 -- 12.1 User interface -- 12.1.1 New design element navigator -- 12.1.2 Bookmarks -- 12.1.3 Custom design element folders -- 12.1.4 Mouseover information on design elements -- 12.1.5 Quick scroll -- 12.1.6 Plus/minus indicators for the design list -- 12.1.7 New features in design element views -- 12.1.8 Modifying properties for multiple elements -- 12.1.9 Design element locking -- 12.1.10 Printing enhancements -- 12.1.11 Shading -- 12.2 Design Synopsis -- 12.3 New Domino 6 design elements -- 12.3.1 Shared Resources -- 12.3.2 Shared Code -- 12.4 The event model -- 12.4.1 Targeting your code -- 12.4.2 Removed events -- 12.4.3 New preferred events -- 12.4.4 New events -- 12.5 @functions and @commands -- 12.5.1 Why use them -- 12.5.2 Limitations -- 12.5.3 New programming features -- 12.5.4 New and enhanced @formulas and @commands -- 12.5.5 Looping -- 12.5.6 Other enhancements -- 12.6 LotusScript -- 12.6.1 New classes -- 12.6.2 Remote debugger -- 12.6.3 Recompile all -- 12.6.4 LotusScript to Java (LS2J) -- 12.6.5 Automatically add Option Declare -- 12.6.6 Language enhancements -- 12.7 Auto complete -- 12.7.1 LotusScript and auto complete -- 12.7.2 HTML and auto complete -- 12.7.3 Formulas and auto complete
12.8 Agent enhancements
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Link Print version: Redbooks, IBM Domino Designer 6 : A Developer's Handbook Durham : I B M,c2002 9780738426587
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