J2EE for Lotus Notes Domino and WebSphere

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About J2EE for Lotus Notes Domino and WebSphere

If you want to migrate your Lotus Notes Domino environment to IBM WebSphere or you want to use the two applications in conjunction with each other, you need to know J2EE. J2EE is a lot different than Formula language and LotusScript, so it represents a steep learning curve for Lotus Notes Domino programmers who don't have a traditional object-oriented development background. Find tips, tutorials and resources that will help you get started with J2EE development for Lotus Notes Domino and WebSphere.