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ND610 Developing Dynamic Web Applications with IBM Lotus Domino 6


Domino Application developers who will use Domino tools to design and develop dynamic web applications.

Summary Description

This course extends participants' Domino application development skills by teaching them how to use the Domino tools to design and develop dynamic Web applications. Participants learn how to efficiently use Domino fields and page lay out design elements in the Web pages. They see how to apply programming languages, such as JavaScript and Java. Participants do not need to know how to program in these languages to acquire an understanding of how and where to apply the programming capabilities to the best advantage. The also shows participants how to use XML and XSL to integrate data from enterprise solutions .Finally, this course covers security topics specific to the Domino web environment.

Duration    3 days


The prerequisites for this course include:

attendance in, or the equivalent knowledge of the skills in the following courses:

  • Domino Designer Fundamentals and Exploring IBM Lotus Domino 6 Designer Features.
  • Developing IBM Lotus Domino 6 Applications: Foundation Skills.

Topics Covered

Exploring page layout and navigation

  • Describe an HTML page and its format
  • Take advantage of tables and their HTML layout features
  • Create static and dynamic Domino based links

Exploring the use of fields in Web Applications

  • Define how Domino field types render to the Web
  • Work with hidden fields
  • Effectively use shared fields
  • Create HTML fields on pages using computed text
  • Use the $$Return field for responses and redirection

Enhancing Web page layouts with views

  • Embed a view in a form or page
  • Use @Functions to develop view controls
  • Use HTML select objects to display a single-category view
  • Create templates for views
  • Use view display parameters such as start and count
  • Customize views for use in pages
  • Use HTML in views

Creating and using framesets

  • Build a usable frameset layout
  • Control document target frames
  • Control frame interaction
  • Identify frame tricks and traps

Personalizing the Web site experience

  • Use profile documents to personalize the Web site experience
  • Use profile documents to customize for a specific type of user
  • Save user specific session information in profile documents

Using XML and XSL in your Web site

  • Define XML terms: Schema, Validated XML, Well-formed XML
  • Create well-formed XML
  • Use Domino 6 import / export capabilities
  • Use XSL transformations to display XML data

Accessing relational data with DECS and DCRs

  • Create Data Connection Records
  • Use DCRs to access relational data
  • Integrate data from multiple sources on a page

Using agents in your Web site

  • Use the event structure exposed to Domino documents displaying to a browser
  • Determine the best language to use in Web agents
  • Write and deploy a LotusScript Web agent
  • Pass data from a Web form into an agent

Validating data with JavaScript

  • Use JavaScript to access field contents
  • Write JavaScript to validate a field's contents
  • Use JavaScript to create a re-director page

Setting up and formatting data with Java Server Pages (JSPs)

  • Define a JSP
  • Determine when to use JSPs
  • Define how JSPs relate to Domino data
  • Use the Domino JSP tag library to format and display Domino data

Using Java in your Web site

  • Define where Java can be used in a Web application
  • Determine when to use Java in a Web site
  • Define how to use LS2J
  • Deploy a simple Java object in a Web page
  • Define servlets

Make your web site interactive with IBM Lotus Sametime

  • Define the importance of interactivity on a Web site
  • Define the Sametime API
  • Deploy a customized Sametime Java applet

Locking down your Web site

  • Define the security idiosyncrasies of Web access vs. Notes client access
  • Ensure that your Domino databases have no security cracks
  • Identify and patch other security openings

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