IBM Notes® and Domino® are enterprise collaboration software used by more than half of the Fortune global 100. IBM Notes brings together email, collaboration tools, and business applications within a rich, integrated experience. IBM Domino provides a world class platform for building, deploying and administering critical business, collaboration, and messaging applications.
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- IBM Notes and Domino 9.0 Social Edition puts you on a solid path to becoming a social business
IBM Notes and Domino 9.0 Social Edition delivers significant new capabilities to help you create a more effective workforce. It deeply integrates social and business information to engage expertise, share and gather information, and improve decisions:
- Experience IBM Notes
This single-page site is intended to drive user adoption of IBM Notes and enhance the total client experience. This effort was inspired by feedback from customers requesting materials to help promote Notes to end users.
- Appathon XPages and Connections app dev contest
OpenNTF has just announced and launched "Appathon", sponsored by TIMETOACT GROUP, WebGate Consulting AG and IBM developerWorks. Contribute your open source XPages or Connections project between now and June 23rd and have a chance to win one of ten $1000 prizes.
- Best practices for developing plug-ins for an IBM Lotus Notes standard client
At times the IBM Notes standard client's custom plug-ins can interfere with the product's startup, exit, or routine usage. If not used properly, the APIs provided by the Notes client can lead to problems. The article presents some of the best practices to avoid any impact to the core product as well as useful tips for plug-in developers.
- Learn about IBM iNotes Social Edition
IBM iNotes Social Edition software is Web access to e-mail and collaboration. You can equip your employees with capabilities similar to those included in IBM Lotus Notes® client software, but delivered through a Web browser. Try this demo to learn more.
- Archiving and recovering IBM Lotus DAOS-enabled databases
IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.3 Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) removes attachments from databases and streamlines the use of attachments on a server. This article examines the methods that Administrators can use to archive the databases, taking DAOS into account, to allow a full recovery of the database and all its attachments.
- IBM Lotus Notes ID Vault Database Scanner: An overview
Learn how to configure and use the Vault Database Scanner tool, which scans the IBM Lotus Notes ID Vault database and Lotus Domino server directory and reports missing Notes ID files for users.
- Working with IBM Lotus Notes rich text fields
An IBM Lotus Notes rich text field is an important, special type of field into which you can enter simple text, formatted text, and all types of attachments, and is used by almost every Notes developer. This article provides a detailed description of how to use them.
- Configuring IBM Lotus Notes Traveler High Availability with an enterprise Microsoft SQL database
The ability to run multiple IBM Lotus Notes Traveler servers in a service pool has been added in Notes Traveler Upgrade Pack 1, allowing devices to connect to any server in the pool
- Configuring IBM Lotus Notes Traveler High Availability with an enterprise IBM DB2 database
Configuring IBM Lotus Notes Traveler to use a High Availability Pool requires special configuration steps. This document describes the step-by-step process to configure Notes Traveler High Availability with an enterprise IBM DB2 database.
- IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service: Why optimizing transaction logging matters
In this white paper we discuss the technical reasons why the IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) needs Domino transaction logging as a pre-requisite and describe how to configure transaction logging to best meet the needs of DAOS.
- Using a Notes.ini file's automatic backup utility
Learn how to set up a Notes.ini backup utility for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino, which takes the backup of the Notes.ini file, whenever there was a change on the file. The backup copy would be the copy of the Notes.ini file, without that change.
- Configuring and testing the IBM Lotus Domino DAOS feature
Introduced in IBM Lotus Domino 8.5, the Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) feature allows attachments to be stored outside the NSF file in Notes Large Object (NLO) files