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Lotus Notes Development & Java

 
Larry McFeeters
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I have found myself in a Lotus Notes environment and I am finding
that it is a good way to get introduced to the use of Java and
XML planning and architecture. It has been especially helpful
with using UML (Fowler's book) and Programming Workflow Applications with Domino by Giblin & Lam (Domino being the server for Notes apps). By the way Lotus has a WorkFlow Architect which is a handy tool for developers in generating flow charts using Java (and other) programming languages behind the scenes.
Is anyone else in the Domino Notes environment, or is that a dirty word in this forum?
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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Larry,
You are right when you say this is not an appropriate forum to discuss lotus Notes. I do not seem to find a forum where i can put you up.
You can post queries pertaining to Lotus notes and servlets in our servlets and JSP forum.
Similarly you can post queries pertaining to XML and Lotus notes in our XML forum.
If you can focus on the java area of your questions you will definetly will be able to get some good response in your queries.

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Mahindrakar
 
Larry McFeeters
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Thanks for the pointer. I haven't had a quick response like that in any forums I have posted to. It is that kind of responsiveness that encourages me to start digging into my Java Certification book- still, enterprise architecting with various platforms may not be a hinderance.
Regards,
Larry
Originally posted by Rahul Mahindrakar:
Larry,
You are right when you say this is not an appropriate forum to discuss lotus Notes. I do not seem to find a forum where i can put you up.
You can post queries pertaining to Lotus notes and servlets in our servlets and JSP forum.
Similarly you can post queries pertaining to XML and Lotus notes in our XML forum.
If you can focus on the java area of your questions you will definetly will be able to get some good response in your queries.


 
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