Lotus Notes and Domino 4.5 : developer's guide / Steve Kern, et al.

Kern, Steve.

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          Introduction

I Planning Lotus Notes Applications
	1	Introduction to Lotus Notes	3
	2	Project Management	29
	3	Project Phases	51
	4	Business Process Analysis for Notes Applications	75

II Elements of Application Design
	5	Design Guidelines	99
	6	The Integrated Development Environment	125
	7	Notes Databases	147
	8	Form Design: Part 1	169
	9	Form Design: Part 2	205
	10	View Design	241
	11	Finishing Touches	271

III Advanced Design Elements
	12	Notes Security and Application Design	293
	13	Creating Mail-Enabled Applications	313
	14	Automating Notes with Agents	335
	15	Using Templates	363
	16	Lotus Components	375

IV Using	LotusScript
	17	Introduction to LotusScript	403
	18	Basic LotusScript Programming Concepts	439
	19	Writing LotusScript	477

V Developing Applications for the Web

        20     The Domino Web Site                                               503
        21     Designing Applications for the Web                                533
	22	Integrating HTML with Notes	559
	23	Integrating Java with Notes	579
	24	Kona: Components for the Internet	611
VI Developing a Web-Enabled Application
	25	Library Project Analysis	623
	26	Designing the Forms	635
	27	The Requisitions Database	661
	28	Documentation and Finishing Touches	691
VII Appendixes
	A	Template List	709
	B	Terms	713
        C       Online Resources   717                                                   
                 Index 723