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Building composite applications for IBM Lotus Notes V8

23 Oct 2007 04:00:00 +0000

Follow along step-by-step as we show you how to create an NSF-based composite application in IBM Lotus Notes V8 using both NSF and Eclipse components. You can reference these procedures when creating your own composite applications.



Building composite applications for IBM Lotus Notes V8

23 Oct 2007 04:00:00 +0000

Follow along step-by-step as we show you how to create an NSF-based composite application in IBM Lotus Notes V8 using both NSF and Eclipse components. You can reference these procedures when creating your own composite applications.



Integrating XML forms-based processes into Service-Oriented Architectures using IBM Workplace Forms Services Platform

03 Apr 2007 04:00:00 +0000

This article outlines how to integrate XML form-based processes into Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA), using the new IBM Workplace Forms Services Platform, which was released as a component of IBM Workplace Forms Server V2.7.



Access IBM Workplace Collaboration Services using Web services

01 Nov 2005 05:00:00 +0000

IBM Workplace Collaboration Services (IWCS) provides collaborative services that can be used in your applications. These collaborative services are available to you via Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and Service Provider Interfaces (SPIs). A majority of these services are also available via Web Services. In this tutorial you will explore the steps required to access these collaborative services using Rational Application Developer to build your client applications. Two examples show you how to access two separate services exposed by IWCS server.



Extending MetroSphere, Part 6: Add comments using Lotus Domino

03 Dec 2004 05:00:00 +0000

An online community needs the ability for its members to be able to communicate with each other. A primary goal of the MetroSphere community project is to add the ability for users to be able to make comments. In this tutorial, you learn how to integrate the Java portlet-based weblogging application using a Lotus Domino database to store comments and replies.