Using the Lotus Workflow Java API in Domino and WebSphere

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JoAnn Jordan and Seol Park

Date archived: December 8, 2016 | First published: December 02, 2002

Lotus Workflow 3.0 includes JavaScript and Java APIs to support Web applications. The article includes a brief introduction to the Workflow Java API functions, advice on configuring Domino and WebSphere to run them, and an example of using the Lotus Workflow Java API to create your own applications.

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