Java for Lotus Notes Domino
- August 17, 2006
Sun's VP Rich Green talks about the pending software release from Sun that he thinks will result in more innovative applications on open source platforms.
- March 29, 2006
For many Java developers, application security has not been an issue they've wanted to address. That changed last week as a panel of application security experts tackled the subject at TheServerSide Java Symposium in Las Vegas. The panel's message ...
- November 18, 2005
This month's roundup of Notes/Domino product news includes two partnerships, a WebSphere Portal tool, a Notes-SharePoint link and updates to one company's entire Notes line.
- October 21, 2005
This month's roundup of Domino product news includes a project management app, an e-mail size limiter and an RSS bridge from Domino views to Java portlets.
- September 20, 2005
Upgrades in the Oracle Application Server 10g Release 3 promise to provide additional SOA support, security features and open source support while serving as a foundation for Project Fusion.
- July 27, 2005
In this article, Chen Lin, president of ToJava, which migrates Notes apps to J2EE, lists the steps in a Notes-to-Java migration. Part 1 explained how Notes and Java apps differ.
- July 07, 2005
At JavaOne, IBM renewed its Java license with Sun for another decade. So its use of Java will continue in its WebSphere and Gluecode app servers.
- June 30, 2005
In this month's roundup of Notes/Domino news, developers gain two education options and quality management software. Administrators, on the other hand, get a way to monitor replicating Notes databases and a double-the-money-back guarantee on an ...
- June 22, 2005
As Java and Java-based application servers such as WebSphere become standard elements in most IT environments, the need to migrate Domino applications to Java increases.
- January 14, 2005
Last year, SearchDomino.com asked several experts how LotusScript and Java played together in the real world of Lotus Domino development. On the eve of Lotusphere 2005, we thought it was worthwhile to revisit this discussion.
- July 15, 2004
A consultant has discovered three Java applet flaws in Lotus Notes that could expose sensitive data. IBM has not yet offered fixes, but Notes users can stay secure by disabling Java applets.
- July 11, 2002
Lotus is eager to integrate Web services with Domino, but IBM has not revealed how its Java-based approach will mesh with the .NET platform of its Web services buddy Microsoft.
- May 03, 2002
In our latest serving of Quick Takes, Application Security releases its Domino security scanner, Coolidge Development pulls the cover off version 1.2 of its Server Audit Pro application and the KMWorld & Intranets conferences announce they are ...
- August 07, 2001
Ives Development releases a tool for Notes developers to help keep track of changes to a database; Inxight Software will provide features to the Lotus Discovery Server.