Phillips, Chris; Mansell, Mike: AD109 Data and Document Mashups with IBM Lotus Forms

Mashups are not just for the User Experience. See how Forms and Form Data can be integrated with a variety of applications using server-side Mashup tooling and what results you can get from that. Bring in data from Portlet factory, Process Server or other common sources and use Lotus Forms technolo...

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YEAR: 2008
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LABEL: Lotusphere
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PEOPLE: Mansell, Mike | Phillips, Chris
PLACES: Orlando
TIME: 2008
 

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Data and Document Mashups with IBM Lotus Forms
Chris Phillips, Mike Mansell / 23.01.2008 16:00:00

Mashups are not just for the User Experience. See how Forms and Form Data can be integrated with a variety of applications using server-side Mashup tooling and what results you can get from that. Bring in data from Portlet factory, Process Server or other common sources and use Lotus Forms technology to manipulate it and display it. The Lotus Forms Services Platforms provides many data handling components out of the box which allow the combining of data and forms regardless of where the data comes from. With little effort one data source can be swapped for another as customer needs and infrastructure changes. This session will explain and demonstrate these mashups using live code.

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