Using the IBM Lotus Sametime Java toolkit from within a Lotus Sametime Connect toolkit plug-in

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Brian O'Donovan

Date archived: December 7, 2016 | Last updated: June 29, 2009|First published: June 02, 2009

Learn how to use the full power of the low-level IBM® Lotus® Sametime® Protocol API exposed by the Java™ toolkit from within the easier development environment of the Lotus Sametime Connect toolkit. By extending the BuddyNote plug-in, which is one of the sample plug-ins provided with the Lotus Sametime software development kit (SDK), you can use the Server Storage API to store the notes about your buddies on the Lotus Sametime server rather than in a local configuration file.

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