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February 25, 2004
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DXL (Domino Extensible Language) is a specific version of Extensible Markup Language (XML) for Lotus Domino data. Continue Reading
Notes/Domino 6.x has robust tools for translating Notes data into XML and vice versa. IBM documentation lacks a simple sample showing the full operation. This tip fixes that. Continue Reading
This SearchDomino.comguide introduces you to Extensible Markup Language (XML), explains best practices and pitfalls to avoid and provides troubleshooting help and advice. You'll find XML articles, tutorials, tips, tools, white papers, expert advice ... Continue Reading
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The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007. Continue Reading
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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. Continue Reading
This LotusScript agent from SearchDomino.com member Genesio Zomparelli parses XML into a standard DOM (Document Object Model) tree using the NotesDOMParser class. Continue Reading
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SearchDomino.com expert Cregg Hardwick explains different options for retrieving the properties of a doclinked Lotus Notes document in Domino R5 or Domino R6. Continue Reading
Discover how to override default Lotus Notes print settings using LotusScript, Formula language or XML. Continue Reading
This tip demonstrates how to use the XMLHTTP object for integration with Domino or any RDBMS back end. Continue Reading