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Developing IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Applications

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Covers Lotus Notes Domino 8.5 material as it relates to these competency areas:
Application Architecture

  • Connecting to internal data - internal to notes
  • Creating mail-enabled forms
  • Creating mail-in databases
  • Designing and creating navigation for an application
  • Designing applications incorporating OLE objects
  • Exploring page layout and navigation
  • Incorporating full text indexing
  • Planning a classic Notes Application
  • Preventing replication or save conflicts
  • Referencing design element IDs: UNID and NOTEID
  • Signing databases and design elements
  • Understanding the concept of application replicas
  • Using images in applications
  • Using tables to manage page layout

Application Configuration

  • Creating Public access forms
  • Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting
    • File Resources
    • Images for Web clients
    • JavaScript for Notes and Web clients
    • Links for Web clients
    • Outlines for Web clients
    • Pages for Web clients
    • Style Sheets
    • Views for Web clients
    • Web Agents
    • Web Services
  • Employing Java Applets
  • Implementing Java Servlets
  • Server document settings affecting agents
  • Setting database launch properties
  • Troubleshooting database performance
  • Understand purpose and use of the Problems view

Application Management

  • Controlling what gets replicated
  • Copying an existing Domino application
  • Creating an application from a template
  • Creating an application icon
  • Creating templates
  • Enabling and preventing design inheritance
  • Enabling document locking
  • Making and distributing design changes
  • Providing online Help for an application
  • Setting application properties
  • Starting an application from scratch
  • Troubleshooting application access
  • Understand document properties
  • Using Design Synopsis to analyze application elements

Design Elements

  • Arrange, show, and hide Eclipse views
  • Creating sorted and categorized views
  • Creating, modifying, and troubleshooting
    • Actions
    • Agents
    • Embedded Elements
    • Folders for Different Clients
    • Forms
    • Java Libraries
    • JavaScript
    • Libraries
    • Outlines
    • Pages
    • Profile Documents
    • Subforms
    • Views
  • Creating/using Image resources
  • Customizing twisties
  • Displaying an icon in a column
  • Displaying document hierarchy
  • Displaying values in columns
  • Hide form based on Client type/device type
  • Hiding design elements
  • Managing design changes with the Design task
  • Personalizing Web site experience using Profile Documents
  • Restricting Form and Document access
  • Setting database properties to improve database performance
  • Setting styles for a calendar view
  • Using calendar views in applications
  • Using design perspectives
  • Working with Autosave
  • Working with different field types
  • Working with hide when formulas
  • Working with reserved fields
  • Working with Shared Resources
  • Working with Text, Rich Text, and Rich Text Lite fields
  • Working with Time Zone fields

Domino Designer in Eclipse

  • Access design elements using the Applications Navigator
  • Access online Help via Eclipse plug-ins
  • Manage Working Sets
  • Understand purpose and use of the Properties view


  • Adding instant messaging to an application
  • Connecting to Enterprise Data
  • Controlling the display of information on forms using Hide-when options
  • Creating programmable tables
  • Creating right mouse button menu items
  • Creating, Modifying, and Troubleshooting Framesets
  • Customizing the Designer Tools menu
  • Deploying a simple Java applet on a Web page
  • Deploying, utilizing LotusScript agents
  • Indenting response documents
  • LotusScript
    • Accessing and manipulating the current document using NotesUIDocument
    • Accessing Databases, Views, and Documents
    • Displaying information to a user on the Status Bar or with Messageboxes
    • Searching for Documents in a View or Database
    • Stepping through a View to access Documents
  • Managing data and design replication
  • Managing display options for views
  • Managing field access with input enabled formulas
  • Programming window titles
  • Programming with the formula language
  • Rendering HTML in applications
  • Securing the design of a database
  • Setting Programmer pane properties
  • Sharing, locking, and editing design elements
  • Understand purpose and use of the Events view
  • Understand the LotusScript Object Model
  • Understanding the JavaScript Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Understanding transaction logging
  • Using @Commands in Web applications
  • Using @Functions in Web applications
  • Using advanced options for columns
  • Using CGI variables
  • Using CSS for adding style
  • Using Document encryption
  • Using Domino URL Syntax
  • Using HTML for Notes and Web access
  • Using JavaScript controls for display of rich text
  • Using JavaScript in applications
  • Using other controls for displaying rich text
  • Using Reader and Author fields
  • Using the HTML Editor
  • Using the Objects tab in the Programmer's pane
  • Using the Reference tab in Designer
  • Using XML in applications
  • Utilizing HTML option control at field and form level
  • Validating user entered data using JavaScript
  • Working with dialog boxes: tables, and forms
  • Working with HTML attributes on fields
  • Working with Lists
  • Working with special web development fields (e.g., $$Return, $$View)
  • Writing formulas to support different clients
  • Writing messages to the user
  • Writing portable code


  • Adding security to an application
  • Defining security levels for application users
  • Designing applications based on Summary/Non-Summary data storage
  • Managing security with Roles
  • Managing the ACL
  • Restricting Section access
  • Restricting View access
  • Setting access for Anonymous users
  • Setting Defaults for an application

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