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Using VisualAge for Java to Develop Domino Applications
by IBM Redbooks
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Domino is the most complete and powerful platform for building secure, collaborative Web applications. The Domino Application Server is an open, secure platform optimized to deliver collaborative Web applications that integrate your enterprise systems with rapidly changing business processes.
VisualAge for Java is IBM's award-winning Java development environment that allows you to build Web-enabled applications. VisualAge leads the industry with proven support for building and testing Java applets, servlets, and Enterprise JavaBean components.
Using VisualAge for Java in a Domino environment is the best way to quickly and easily develop and deploy Web applications to improve customer responsiveness and streamline business processes.
This redbook explains how to use VisualAge for Java to develop Domino applications. First, we set the scene and present all the actors of this computing environment: Java, with its capabilities to create state-of-the-art Web applications; Domino and its Java support; and VisualAge for Java and its Domino support. Based on many examples, we explain how to create applets, servlets, and agents.
Next, we put the theory into practice by showing how to develop a realistic Domino business application using VisualAge for Java. To help implement a client/server architecture in your applications, the examples use many distributed Java protocols such as CORBA, IIOP, JDBC, and RMI.
Finally, we introduce the Domino Access Builder feature of the new VisualAge for Java Version 3 that creates customized Java beans to access Domino databases and services.
This book is written for managers and architects who want to understand the Java support of Domino, as well as developers who want to create Domino applications using VisualAge for Java.
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