Dunne, Stanley; Zink, Michael: AD105 Leveraging Third Party and Legacy Components in IBM Lotus Notes Composite Applications

The promise of composite applications is to allow integration of existing applications without the rip and replace attitude required by other solutions. Since the value of a business is engrained in legacy applications, why lose this through rip and replace when you can add significant additional v...

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YEAR: 2008
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LABEL: Composite Application | Lotusphere
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PEOPLE: Dunne, Stanley | Zink, Michael
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TIME: 2008
 

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Leveraging Third Party and Legacy Components in IBM Lotus Notes Composite Applications
Stanley Dunne, Michael Zink / 22.01.2008 16:00:00

The promise of composite applications is to allow integration of existing applications without the rip and replace attitude required by other solutions. Since the value of a business is engrained in legacy applications, why lose this through rip and replace when you can add significant additional value by mashing up your existing applications? In this deep dive session, we'll show how you can leverage the power of composite applications to integrate third party and legacy applications into Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Expeditor. We'll explore techniques, code and tools that allow for the integration of Web, office and other legacy applications.

https://www-926.ibm.com/events/lotus/lsph2008.nsf/sessionabstract?openform&sessionid=AD105


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