Using the Generic Browser and Symphony Spreadsheet containers in composite applications

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Erik Behrends

Date archived: December 12, 2016 | First published: July 14, 2009

In IBM® Lotus Notes® 8.5 and IBM Lotus® Expeditor 6.2, the composite application infrastructure has been enriched with a generic application container framework. It comes with a set of components that allow for creating powerful and flexible applications without the need to write a single line of code. This article describes the generic application container framework and provides a step-by-step tutorial to create a composite application using the browser and spreadsheet container components. Weather data, such as average rainfall, is extracted from www.worldclimate.com and visualized in a chart defined in an IBM Lotus Symphony™ spreadsheet.

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