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Certified Lotus professional : application development study guide
Author:
McCoy, Cate.
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Publication Information:
San Francisco, Calif. : Sybex, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
liii, 729 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
General Note:
Includes index.

Perforated study guide pull-out at beginning of book.

"Exams 510,511,512"--Cover.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780782126686
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With more than 20 million installed seats of Lotus Notes worldwide, the demand for certified Notes application developers is booming. This book provides you with all the information you2ll need to pass the three exams required for the Application Development track in the Certified Lotus Professional program for Release 5 of Notes and Domino. The content maps directly to Lotus2 exam competencies. Challenging review questions, both in the book and in an advanced CD testing engine, will give you the edge you need to succeed. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.


Table of Contents

Introductionp. xx
Assessment Testp. xxx
Part I Exam 510: Domino R5 Designer Fundamentalsp. 1
Chapter 1 Notes Databases: Core Conceptsp. 3
Notes and Web Clientsp. 4
HTML Conversionp. 5
The Design Environmentp. 6
Design Elementsp. 6
Notes Databasesp. 7
Creating Databasesp. 8
Database Inheritancep. 11
Database Propertiesp. 13
The Domino Security Modelp. 19
Access Levelsp. 21
User Typesp. 24
Design Element Securityp. 27
Summaryp. 35
Key Termsp. 36
Review Questionsp. 37
Answers to Review Questionsp. 45
Chapter 2 Design Elements: Gathering, Storing, and Retrieving Datap. 49
The Form Design Elementp. 50
Forms and Documentsp. 50
Form Propertiesp. 51
Form Eventsp. 62
Special Areas on a Formp. 62
The Field Design Elementp. 67
Creating Fieldsp. 67
Keyword Fieldsp. 76
Hiding Fieldsp. 78
Field Eventsp. 79
The View Design Elementp. 80
View Typesp. 81
View Selection Criteriap. 82
View Propertiesp. 84
View Columnsp. 90
View Action Barp. 97
Embedding Viewsp. 97
Summaryp. 98
Key Termsp. 99
Review Questionsp. 100
Answers to Review Questionsp. 108
Chapter 3 Presenting, Navigating, and Processing Notes Datap. 111
The Page Design Elementp. 112
Pages versus Formsp. 112
Page Propertiesp. 113
Page Contentsp. 116
The Outline Design Elementp. 127
Outline Entriesp. 128
Embedding an Outlinep. 128
Outline Propertiesp. 129
The Navigator Design Elementp. 133
Database Launch Propertiesp. 134
Embedded Navigatorsp. 135
Navigator Propertiesp. 135
The Frameset Design Elementp. 136
Frameset and Frame Propertiesp. 137
Launching a Framesetp. 139
The Agent Design Elementp. 140
Components of an Agentp. 141
Invoking an Agentp. 145
Agent Propertiesp. 146
Summaryp. 148
Key Termsp. 149
Review Questionsp. 150
Answers to Review Questionsp. 157
Chapter 4 Formulas: Adding Code to an Applicationp. 161
Introduction to Formula Languagep. 162
The Formula Conceptp. 162
Programming Optionsp. 163
Rules and Regulationsp. 164
Formula Programmingp. 167
@Commandsp. 168
Conditional (@If) Statementsp. 171
State Informationp. 176
Processing Datap. 188
Managing Listsp. 193
User and Database Interactionsp. 196
Release 5.0.5 @ Functionsp. 199
Summaryp. 214
Key Termsp. 214
Review Questionsp. 215
Answers to Review Questionsp. 222
Part II Exam 511: Domino R5 Application Security and Workflowp. 225
Chapter 5 Server and Database Securityp. 227
Server Securityp. 228
Hardware Securityp. 228
Software Securityp. 229
Database Securityp. 231
Access Control Listp. 232
Groupsp. 237
Rolesp. 238
Database Encryptionp. 240
Secure Socket Layerp. 241
Calendaring and Schedulingp. 242
Mail File Ownerp. 243
Delegation Profilesp. 243
Group Calendarsp. 246
Troubleshooting Calendar Problemsp. 246
Summaryp. 248
Key Termsp. 248
Review Questionsp. 249
Answers to Review Questionsp. 256
Chapter 6 Client Securityp. 259
Notes Clientp. 260
Authenticationp. 261
Firewallsp. 261
Execution Control Listp. 262
Access Control and Encryptionp. 265
View Access Listp. 266
Form Access Listp. 267
Document-Level Securityp. 267
Field Encryption and Signingp. 268
Web Clientp. 272
Authenticationp. 272
Firewallsp. 277
Execution Control Listp. 277
Access Control and Encryptionp. 277
View Access Listp. 278
Form Access Listp. 278
Document-Level Securityp. 279
Field Encryption and Signingp. 279
Summaryp. 280
Key Termsp. 280
Review Questionsp. 281
Answers to Review Questionsp. 288
Chapter 7 Design Element Securityp. 291
Formsp. 292
Document Security through Form Access Listsp. 292
Document Security through Fieldsp. 294
Document Security through Sectionsp. 302
Viewsp. 303
View Access Listp. 304
Hiding Viewsp. 304
Agentsp. 306
Creating an Agentp. 306
Running an Agentp. 307
Agent Access Controlp. 308
Internet Inter-Object Request Brokerp. 310
Summaryp. 311
Key Termsp. 311
Review Questionsp. 312
Answers to Review Questionsp. 320
Chapter 8 Workflow Applicationsp. 323
Workflow Definedp. 325
Benefits of Workflow Applicationsp. 326
Tasks and Activitiesp. 326
Workflow Distribution Modelsp. 327
Parallel Distributionp. 328
Serial Distributionp. 329
Implementing a Domino Workflowp. 330
Workflow and Databasesp. 331
Mail Addressing and Routingp. 337
Workflow and Formsp. 340
Form Attributesp. 340
Sections on a Formp. 343
Mail-Enabled Formsp. 345
Workflow through Fields and Eventsp. 352
Workflow-Related Fieldsp. 352
Form Eventsp. 353
Hiding Design Componentsp. 356
Summaryp. 357
Key Termsp. 358
Review Questionsp. 360
Answers to Review Questionsp. 367
Part III Exam 512: Domino R5 Application Architecturep. 371
Chapter 9 Application Planningp. 373
Laying the Groundworkp. 375
Distributed Databasep. 376
Data Storage Modelp. 377
Client/Serverp. 380
Client Typesp. 381
Client Access Methodsp. 381
Communication Portsp. 382
Domino System and Application Servicesp. 383
System Servicesp. 383
Application Servicesp. 394
Optional Servicesp. 403
Connecting to a Domino Serverp. 404
Lotus Notes Clientsp. 404
Web Clientsp. 408
License Typesp. 409
Client License Typesp. 409
Security License Typesp. 410
Summaryp. 412
Key Termsp. 413
Review Questionsp. 415
Answers to Review Questionsp. 425
Chapter 10 Application Designp. 431
From Planning to Designingp. 433
Application Designp. 434
Application Databases: Multiple versus Singlep. 434
Application Access Modep. 440
Workflow Applicationsp. 444
External Data Interactionsp. 445
Database Designp. 449
Design Notesp. 451
Document Designp. 455
Presentation Designp. 471
Summaryp. 482
Key Termsp. 483
Review Questionsp. 485
Answers to Review Questionsp. 494
Chapter 11 Application Codingp. 501
Adding Code to a Databasep. 502
Code Placementp. 503
Programming Optionsp. 514
Simple Actionsp. 516
Formula Languagep. 517
LotusScriptp. 522
HTMLp. 531
JavaScriptp. 533
Javap. 542
Summaryp. 546
Key Termsp. 548
Review Questionsp. 549
Answers to Review Questionsp. 558
Chapter 12 Application Securityp. 563
Top-Down Database Securityp. 565
The ACL Revisitedp. 566
User Typesp. 566
Access Levelsp. 567
Access Levels and Replica Databasesp. 569
Access Levels and Web Clientsp. 571
Access Levels and Groupsp. 573
Rolesp. 575
Form and View Securityp. 578
Form Access Listsp. 578
View Access Listsp. 579
Document Securityp. 580
Securing an Entire Documentp. 581
Securing Parts of a Documentp. 586
Agent Securityp. 591
Who Can Create Agentsp. 592
Who Can Run Agentsp. 593
Summaryp. 594
Key Termsp. 596
Review Questionsp. 597
Answers to Review Questionsp. 606
Appendix A 510 Practice Examp. 611
Practice Examp. 612
Answers to Practice Examp. 629
Appendix B 511 Practice Examp. 635
Practice Examp. 636
Aswers to Practice Examp. 652
Appendix C 512 Practice Examp. 657
Practice Examp. 658
Answers to Practice Examp. 676
Glossaryp. 685
Indexp. 701

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