Magee, Jamie; Marshall, Kevin: BP208 Go Domino Go! Application Performance Engineering for IBM Lotus Domino Developers

Did your application slow down with more users and documents? Prevent, identify, and fix the most common performance problems right in the design of your applications! Dozens of undocumented techniques cover formulas, LotusScript, agents, views, forms, images, database properties, security, SSL, CS...

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YEAR: 2008
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TIME: 2008
 

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BP208 Go Domino Go! Application Performance Engineering for IBM Lotus Domino Developers01.02.2008 16:21Bernd Hesse
 
Go Domino Go! Application Performance Engineering for IBM Lotus Domino Developers
Jamie Magee, Kevin Marshall / 22.01.2008 22:15:00

Did your application slow down with more users and documents? Prevent, identify, and fix the most common performance problems right in the design of your applications! Dozens of undocumented techniques cover formulas, LotusScript, agents, views, forms, images, database properties, security, SSL, CSS, JavaScript, server settings, and how to trace slow performance in live applications. Topics cover both IBM Lotus Notes 6.x through 8.x, and Web clients. Emphasis is placed on balancing maximum performance with maintainability and functionality.

https://www-926.ibm.com/events/lotus/lsph2008.nsf/sessionabstract?openform&sessionid=BP208

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