Lotus; Balaban, Bob: BP101 Advanced Coding Techniques for IBM Lotus Domino in J2EE, IBM Software Group, Orlando 2005.

Domino can be made to integrate well with J2EE servlets and JSPs as a back-end data store and service module. You can store your documents there and take advantage of the power of Domino views, full-text indexing and messaging from a primarily J2EE environment. But you have to be careful how you do...

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YEAR: 2005
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LABEL: J2EE | Lotusphere | Lotus Domino
ORGANIZATIONS: IBM | Lotus
PEOPLE: Balaban, Bob
THINGS: CORBA | J2EE
TIME: 2005
 
Summary
BP101 Advanced Coding Techniques for IBM Lotus Domino in J2EE (web link)
Speaker: Bob Balaban
SW 1-2 - Wednesday 8:30am - 9:30am


Domino can be made to integrate well with J2EE servlets and JSPs as a back-end data store and service module. You can store your documents there and take advantage of the power of Domino views, full-text indexing and messaging from a primarily J2EE environment. But you have to be careful how you do it! This session will explore the differences between using the local and remote ("CORBA") Java APIs for Domino, tell you what some of the problems are and how to code around them.***