Lotus; Trabert, Oliver: AD302 Leveraging Java to Integrate IBM Lotus Domino into WebSphere Portal and IBM Workplace, IBM Software Group, Orlando 2005.

There are many options for Domino integration into the Portal, and no one method fits all needs. Using Java is currently the most versatile and powerful approach but also needs special considerations. We'll begin this session by explaining some of the key concepts of Domino Portlet development and ...

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LABEL: IBM Websphere Portal | IBM Workplace | Java | Lotusphere
ORGANIZATIONS: IBM | Lotus
PEOPLE: Trabert, Oliver
THINGS: Portal
TIME: 2005
 
Summary
AD302 Leveraging Java to Integrate IBM Lotus Domino into WebSphere Portal and IBM Workplace (web link)
Speaker: Oliver Trabert
SW 6 - Tuesday 8:30am - 9:30am


There are many options for Domino integration into the Portal, and no one method fits all needs. Using Java is currently the most versatile and powerful approach but also needs special considerations. We'll begin this session by explaining some of the key concepts of Domino Portlet development and outline the Domino access options available. We'll discuss each option in terms of performance and scalability. Next we'll introduce the concept of Domino object pooling and show how this can significantly improve Domino Portlet performance. We'll also discuss best practices for Domino Rich-Text integration into portlets.**