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FAQ: Java for Lotus Notes and Domino

Whether you're a Java junior or genius, this collection of expert advice will jumpstart your Java development skills for Lotus Notes and Domino. From writing and troubleshooting Java agents to migrating from Formula or LotusScript to Java, you're sure to learn something new about Java programming for Lotus Notes and Domino.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

JAVA FOR LOTUS NOTES AND DOMINO

  1. How to write a Java agent to only select new and modified Domino docs
  2. Accessing folders/objects inside Domino server using Java APIs
  3. Inserting calendar/reminder object using Java client & Domino Java API
  4. Migrating LotusScript and @Formula to Java/J2EE
  5. Accessing a Domino server using a Java-called URL
  6. Connecting to DB2 from a Java agent using db2java.zip JDBC driver
  7. Getting user input in Java like inputbox in LotusScript
  8. Is JVM reloaded by Domino every time a Java agent runs?
  9. How can I test my Domino apps before a conversion to Java 2?
  10. Which impacts Domino server performance more -- LotusScript or Java agents?

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This was first published in July 2006

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