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978-1-55828-560-6 / 1558285601

Teach Yourself LotusScript for Notes/Domino 4.6 (Teach Yourself (IDG))

by Kreisle, Bill

Publisher:Visual

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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teach yourself® & LotusScript® For Notes"/Domino" 4.6 Learning to program with LotusScript is a strategic investment for Notes developers at all levels of experience. The addition of LotusScript to Notes, Release 4.6 is one of the most significant improvements to LotusNotes in years because it expands the possibilities for developing Notes applications. LotusScript, Lotus' object oriented, multiplatform Basic language, is the most robust language available to work with Notes and enterprise data, and is the foundation of Lotus' addition of Java to Notes. teach yourself&LotusScript for Notes/Domino 4.6 provides the most comprehensive guide to LotusScript available. The book offers new and experienced Notes developers the valuable tools they need to begin developing applications using LotusScript. In addition to useful code examples and a sample application, a solid introduction to object-oriented and event-driven programming is provided to help experienced Notes, Release 3 developers move to LotusScript quickly and easily. Other topics include basic LotusScript syntax, debugging LotusScript, working with LotusNotes Databases, Notes Views, and creating your own LotusScript classes. With hundreds of examples provided on the enclosed disk, as well as a complete application written in LotusScript, the user can explore the LotusScript language, the LotusScript for Notes product classes, and the best techniques for using LotusScript in a variety of situations.

  • Covers the additions to LotusScript made by Lotus to Notes, Release 4.6.
  • Disk contains hundreds of examples referred to in the book.
  • Provides a complete LotusScript-enabled application as an example.
  • Covers accessing ODBC data sources using the LotusScript: Data Object.
  • Covers using Notes as an OLE Automation Server and Client.
  • Provides examples for integrating Notes with other Lotus applications.
  • Includes a solid introduction to LotusScript for beginners.
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