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  • Display SharePoint data in a Lotus Notes Web application with Ajax

    For those organizations using Microsoft SharePoint for document sharing, the ability to display SharePoint list contents in a Notes Web application can cost you. Avoid third-party pricing and use this Ajax code to programmatically connect Lotus Notes with SharePoint lists and libraries.

  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007.

  • Ajax for Lotus Notes Domino

    Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) is a Web development practice used by developers to create interactive Web applications. The main goal of Ajax programming is to make Web pages load quicker and increase their interactivity, functionality and usability. This selection of tutorials, tips, best practices and code samples will teach you how to work with Ajax in a Lotus Notes Domino environment.

  • Editing fields in a Lotus Notes view with Ajax

    Instead of opening a Lotus Notes view in a pop-up window, editing it and then saving it again, you can modify fields directly using Ajax. SearchDomino.com member Jinoy George explains how.

  • Ajax code equivalent of the @DBColumn formula for Lotus Notes

    Learn how to use the Ajax code equivalent of the @DBColumn formula for Lotus Notes, which can be pasted onto events to return the results of a column.

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each tip at the bottom of the page. Your votes will determine this contest's grand prize winner!

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners.

  • Latest Ajax tools from Nexaweb target SOA, Web 2.0

    Nexaweb's new Universal Client Framework aims at corporate developers building Ajax-fronted Web services applications.

  • Delete documents over the Web using Ajax and JavaScript

    SearchDomino.com member Rishikesh Sahi provides step-by-step instructions on how to delete documents over the Web using Ajax and JavaScript -- and without having to refresh the current open window.

  • Ajax threats worry researchers

    Black Hat: While it makes smooth Web applications like Google Maps possible, the rush to adopt Ajax may fuel haphazard development and a feeding frenzy among hackers.

  • VIEW MORE ON : Ajax
  • Top 10 Lotus Notes/Domino coding and development tips of 2008

    We've compiled our most-viewed Lotus Notes/Domino coding and development tips of 2008. Discover how to use LotusScript to sort a document selection, programmatically replace the design of a Lotus Notes database, clear a local cache using LotusScript and more here. You'll see why these development tips caught our readers' eyes in 2008.

  • Lotus Notes access error: 'database is not opened yet'

    Discover what security settings you need to fix if you encounter the Lotus Notes database error: 'database is not opened yet.'

  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007.

  • Verify Lotus Notes user access to Web pages

    Learn two Lotus Notes Domino commands you can use to verify if users have access to Web pages from within Lotus Notes.

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each tip at the bottom of the page. Your votes will determine this contest's grand prize winner!

  • How to protect your Lotus Notes application design

    SearchDomino.com member Jim Mck explains how to hide your Lotus Notes database design, so no one can make design changes or copy your application's source code.

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners.

  • SOA worst practices, lots of Web services = trouble

    Why do SOA projects fail? In this Q&A, Sonic Software CTO Dan Foody talks about SOA worst practices and how to avoid them.

  • Ajax threats worry researchers

    Black Hat: While it makes smooth Web applications like Google Maps possible, the rush to adopt Ajax may fuel haphazard development and a feeding frenzy among hackers.

  • New chapter and verse on Ajax security

    The increased use of Ajax has brought to the forefront concern about its security. Recognizing that this is an issue, the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is updating its Guide to Building Secure Web Applications to include a separate chapter on Ajax. Andrew van der Stock, who is heading the Guide project and who also wrote the Ajax chapter, spoke with SearchAppSecurity.com recently about Ajax security and what risks developers need to be concerned about.

  • VIEW MORE ON : Development Security
  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007.

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each tip at the bottom of the page. Your votes will determine this contest's grand prize winner!

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners.

  • Mainsoft enables .NET applications to run on WebSphere Portal

    Mainsoft has released a new version of Visual MainWin for J2EE, which allows .NET applications to be transferred into Java bytecode that can then be deployed on WebSphere Portal.

  • Eclipse Foundation director: Open up, Microsoft

    Eclipse Foundation executive director Michael Milinkovich believes Microsoft should put its money where its mouth is and open up a few of its licenses.

  • How IBM's ESB launch impacts architects, developers

    When IBM shipped its suite of ESB-focused technologies, it began its drive to move J2EE devs from tightly-coupled Java apps to loosely-coupled app design for easier code changes, updates, integrations and even easier interoperability with .NET. This article looks at the impact of IBM's rollout, including the Websphere ESB.

  • Quest for WebSphere portal management

    Quest's Performance Management Suite for Java and Portals addresses portal bottlenecks in WebSphere and other J2EE settings.

  • Yankee Group: SOA everywhere by 2006

    A new survey by the Yankee Group reports that service-oriented architecture (SOA) will be everywhere by 2006. The firm promises SOA will simplify IT processes, but trying to define SOA doesn't seem to simplify anything.

  • IBM officially releases Workplace Designer 2.5 development tool

    IBM releases Workplace Designer 2.5, an Eclipse-based tool designed to help Domino developers move into the J2EE space as well as build components to use in composite applications.

  • WebSphere bolt-on maximizes resources based on business priorities

    IBM's autonomic and grid computing technologies are powering WebSphere Extended Deployment Version 6.0.

  • VIEW MORE ON : J2EE
  • Approve Lotus Notes documents using a BlackBerry mobile device

    Use this agent to match your BlackBerry email to the address specified in a Lotus Notes admin document. Then, message recipients can easily approve Notes documents using a BlackBerry mobile device.

  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007.

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each tip at the bottom of the page. Your votes will determine this contest's grand prize winner!

  • Wireless Integration Development Learning Guide

    Having difficulty locating wireless development resources with a Domino slant? This learning guide provides a great starting point with an organized list of articles, tutorials, toolkits, demos, downloads, reference reading and much more. No matter whether you work with Java, XML, Web services, or even PHP, this guide offers the hard-to-find resources you need to get started in the world of wireless.

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners.

  • A batch file to back up all active-state BlackBerry databases

    Learn how to create a LotusScript agent that will make a DOS batch file to automatically back up all your active state BlackBerry databases to a specified folder.

  • Web site documents wireless threats, vulnerabilities

    Network Chemistry has launched the industry's first public database to aggregate and communicate wireless vulnerabilities and exploits. The site alerts network administrators and IT managers of potential threats, before any damage is done.

  • Settlement rejection could squish BlackBerry

    A judge rejected a settlement offer in NTP Inc.'s patent infringement case against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. The decision, and a possible injunction, could force RIM to shut down service in the U.S.

  • Berry, berry bizarre -- BlackBerry sues Cranberry

    A Cape Cod software company that named a program after the local cranberries is being sued for alleged trademark infringement by RIM, the maker of the BlackBerry. RIM, which is separately embroiled in a legal fight for its life, claims in a lawsuit that when BackOffice Associates of Brewster, Mass., named its Web application CranBerry, it "clearly intended to trade on the substantial goodwill that RIM has developed in its BlackBerry."

  • BlackBerry maker denied appeal

    BlackBerry email device-maker Research In Motion lost an emergency appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court that sought to put a long-running patent lawsuit on hold. The suit and an infringement case were brought against Canada-based RIM by patent-holding company NTP. RIM is appealing an infringement verdict to the high court and wanted the lawsuit stalled while the appeal was pending. That verdict has raised the prospect that RIM could be forced to stop selling its hand-held devices and wireless e-mail service in the U.S. A lower court will consider Research In Motion's bid to enforce an apparent settlement reached this year calling for a $450 million payment to NTP, which says the terms of the deal were never finalized.

  • VIEW MORE ON : Mobile and Wireless Development
  • Create an RSS feed in Notes/Domino 8 with XML

    You can easily create an RSS feed application in Lotus Notes/Domino 8 using these steps. All you need to do is set up your Notes view and use some XML code. Read the full tip now for complete instructions.

  • Verify scheduled agent status with Domino Extensible Language (DXL)

    Discover how to use Domino Extensible Language (DXL) to check the status of active scheduled agents on Lotus Domino servers and in Notes databases.

  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007.

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each tip at the bottom of the page. Your votes will determine this contest's grand prize winner!

  • Loading XML from JavaScript

    SearchDomino.com member Chandra Teja explains how to load XML from JavaScript and manipulate the data in Internet Explorer using the DOMDocument object.

  • How to apply XSL style sheets to XML views

    Learn how you can apply XSL style sheets to your XML views without the pain of creating several templates.

  • Top 10 Notes/Domino developer tips of 2006

    Based on your clicks, here are the top 10 most popular Notes/Domino development tips from 2006. From creating PDF documents, column color charts and Lotus Notes views to converting Microsoft Word and Excel files, these topics piqued your interest in 2006.

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners.

  • SOA worst practices, part 2: People skills needed

    Dan Foody, CTO for Sonic and Actional products at Progress Software Corp., is seeing SOA failures based on what he considers SOA worst practices. Although he is a chief technology officer, he does not see the problem as technological. In the first of this two-part interview, he discussed problems with the management of the projects, lack of understanding of the SOA approach and the inability of organizations to make the shifts needed to embrace the SOA philosophy. In part two, he discusses how people skills can be as important or perhaps more important than technical abilities.

  • Converting XML files into Lotus Notes documents

    This LotusScript agent from SearchDomino.com member Genesio Zomparelli parses XML into a standard DOM (Document Object Model) tree using the NotesDOMParser class.

  • VIEW MORE ON : XML and Web Services