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|Lotus Expeditor documentation
The Lotus Expeditor documentation page lists product documentation, white papers, Redbooks, Redpapers, Redpieces, and additional documentation for Lotus Expeditor Client, Lotus Expeditor Client Toolkit, and Lotus Expeditor Server.
|Articles||19 Nov 2013|
|Messaging security guide for IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.2.3 integrator software
This white paper extends the existing IBM Lotus Expeditor integrator documentation with step-by-step instructions for enabling messaging-communication security for Lotus Expeditor integrator scenarios.
|Articles||19 Mar 2012|
|IBM LotusLive and IBM Lotus Sametime Unyte Meetings Plug-in
This white paper provides detailed information about the installation, configuration, and usage of the IBM Lotus Sametime Unyte and IBM LotusLive Meetings plug-ins available to use with your IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Sametime clients.
Also available in: Portuguese
|Articles||27 May 2010|
|IBM technology in the financial markets front office, Part 1: Overview of a financial markets front office integration blueprint
This article is the first in a series that explores how IBM middleware capabilities can be integrated to address the technical requirements of the financial markets front office. The front office requirements necessitate the need for specialized software that can handle high volumes of data at extremely high speeds. This article series describes an algorithmic trading scenario that was implemented as part of an IBM Software Group incubation project. This first article provides a high-level overview of an integration blueprint that was produced within the project. This blueprint illustrates how the components in the scenario interconnect. Future articles will drill deeper into the technical details around the integration of the various products in the blueprint and how the products were used in the scenario.
|Articles||06 May 2010|
|Extending and customizing the IBM Lotus Sametime Connect announcement
Learn how to extend and customize the Eclipse-based IBM® Lotus® Sametime® Connect announcement service so that you can receive announcements on receipt of new e-mails that contain particular subjects or keywords. In this article, you learn how to build two plug-Ins: one for customizing the announcement service plug-in, and one for an IBM Lotus Notes®-specific implementation.
|Articles||17 Nov 2009|
|Using the Generic Browser and Symphony Spreadsheet containers in composite
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.
|Articles||14 Jul 2009|
|Creating an IBM Lotus Notes 8.0 and later plug-in for IBM Multimedia
This article explains how to create an extension for IBM® Lotus Notes® 8.0 and later that allows you to open a preconfigured URL (for example, Lotus Notes Multimedia Library) in a newly opened browser window by selecting a menu entry in the Help menu.
|Articles||29 Jun 2009|
|Wrinkle-free SSL: Using TLS/SSL with micro broker v3 in IBM Lotus
One of the new security features provided with micro broker v3, which is shipped with IBM® Lotus® Expeditor 6.2, is the ability to encrypt network data transmitted to and from the broker using the industry-standard Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer (TLS/SSL) protocols. This article describes several ways to secure your micro broker communication using this new feature.
|Articles||29 Jun 2009|
|Standard Widget Toolkit trees: Creating, sorting, and searching
This article explains how to develop and implement trees in the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT). Learn how an SWT tree is created and populated with data, how columns can be used to categorize data, how a tree can be extended to support row sorting, and how the tree's content can be searched.
|Articles||29 Jun 2009|
|Introducing the IBM Lotus Expeditor STable control widget
Learn about the “skinnable” table (STable) control widget, in which the color and font of the table, table body, and header match the style of an application, if the application is using a custom theme. It is one of the core components of IBM Lotus Notes 8 Java views. This article is for developers who want to understand what an STable can do and how they can build applications using STable widgets.
|Articles||30 Apr 2009|
|Integrating offline forms with IBM Lotus Forms and IBM Lotus Expeditor
In this article, you learn that by integrating IBM® Lotus® Expeditor and IBM Lotus Forms you can take your forms offline. The integration lets you store draft forms and submit forms to a server through a robust store-and-forward queue using IBM Websphere® MQ Everyplace®.
|Articles||09 Dec 2008|
|Using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit 6.1.2 to develop a plug-in to extend IBM Lotus Sametime
This article shows you how to use the IBMÂ® LotusÂ® Expeditor toolkit to develop a plug-in to extend IBM Lotus SametimeÂ®. It also shows you how to run and debug this plug-in in the Lotus Expeditor toolkit and how to install the plug-in in Lotus Sametime.
|Articles||09 Dec 2008|
|Designing composite applications: IBM Lotus Notes components
This article shows how to build IBM® Lotus® Notes® components, providing some tips and techniques for using your existing Lotus Notes applications in composite applications. Learn how to use the power of composite applications to provide a context that combines information from multiple components and leverages that context when performing tasks.
|Articles||27 Jun 2008|
|Using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit V6.1.2 for eRCP application development on devices
This article provides a step-by-step tour of IBMÂ® LotusÂ® Expeditor client and toolkit. Learn how to install the Lotus Expeditor client and toolkit, how to create a client services project and to import a sample into the tools, and how to remotely launch the application onto devices.
|Articles||20 May 2008|
|Installing additional features from IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.1.2 onto IBM Lotus Notes 8.0.1
Learn how to install additional features from the IBMÂ® LotusÂ® Expeditor 6.1.2 Client for Desktop onto the IBM Lotus NotesÂ® 8.0.1 Client so that you can run Lotus Expeditor components that use these features on the Lotus Notes 8.0.1 desktop.
|Articles||13 May 2008|
|Implementing an embedded Web browser using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit
The IBM Lotus Expeditor embedded browser is a configurable and manageable browser, which you can easily embed in a client application. This article describes how to develop an application containing an embedded browser view using the Lotus Expeditor Toolkit.
|Articles||24 Mar 2008|
|Developing secured Web services in IBM Lotus Expeditor
In this article, you learn how to use IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit to create a secured Web service and how to run it in IBM Lotus Expeditor Client; you also gain some basic knowledge about WS-Security.
|Articles||26 Feb 2008|
|Getting started with the IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit V6.1
This article provides a high-level tour of IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit. Learn how to install and configure the toolkit, how to import a sample into the tools, and how to launch the sample in the included Expeditor Test Environment.
|Articles||14 Feb 2008|
|Using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit V6.1 with IBM Lotus Notes V8 and IBM Lotus Sametime
Get started using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit for development of applications for IBM Lotus Notes V8 and IBM Lotus Sametime. Learn which installation options to select, how to configure the toolkit, and how to launch a sample application on your target environment.
|Articles||14 Feb 2008|
|Developing and deploying rich client applications on desktops and mobile devices using IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1
Learn how to use the new IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1 framework to create many views of the same application. Componentize your services in compliance with SOA and build a Rich Client Platform (RCP) application that can run on either a desktop computer or a mobile device.
Also available in: Russian
|Articles||06 Feb 2008|
|User experience guidelines for IBM Lotus rich client applications and plug-ins
This white paper describes user-interface design and interaction guidelines for designers and developers who are building IBM Lotus Notes applications, IBM Lotus Sametime plug-ins, IBM Lotus Symphony plug-ins, IBM Lotus Expeditor plug-ins, or composite applications.
|Articles||18 Jan 2008|
|Remote debugging of a Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 device or emulator with IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1.1
Launch and debug managed client applications from a Microsoft Windows desktop to a Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 device or a Windows Mobile 5.0 emulator using IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1.1.
|Articles||13 Nov 2007|
|IBM Lotus Expeditor restricted workbench: The lockdown service and associated native function
Learn about IBM Lotus Expeditor restricted workbench and discover how to prevent users from accessing applications and functions without specific permission from the administrator.
|Articles||18 Sep 2007|
|Introducing IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1.1
This article provides an overview of IBM Lotus Expeditor and its components and features. Learn how you can use it to develop managed client applications that run on desktops, laptops, tablets, and handheld devices.
|Articles||11 Sep 2007|
|Using the IBM Lotus Expeditor micro broker MQTT client to publish messages
Learn how to use the IBM Lotus Expeditor micro broker to support the MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) publish/subscribe messaging protocol. Create a sample publisher, publish to a topic, and verify the receipt of the message.
|Articles||24 Jul 2007|
|Working with plug-ins in IBM Lotus Sametime V7.5.1: Developing the BuddyNote plug-in
Building IBM Lotus Sametime on top of Lotus Expeditor lets you use Eclipse as a Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) to extend Lotus Sametime's functionality in many ways. This article, part 2 of a four-part series, shows how to develop the BuddyNote plug-in from scratch.
|Articles||17 Jul 2007|
|End-to-end integration with pervasive messaging and IBM Lotus Expeditor micro broker
Micro broker, a new feature in IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1, provides connectivity services beyond enterprise servers to mobile and pervasive devices. Learn about Lotus Expeditor micro broker and how you can enable true end-to-end integration in a Service-Oriented Architecture.
|Articles||30 May 2007|
|Building an offline application in IBM Lotus Expeditor
IBM Lotus Expeditor is a compelling platform for building solutions for desktops and devices. Learn about three architectural patterns for offline applications and approaches for synchronizing data between client and server. To illustrate an offline application, a sample is provided and explained.
|Articles||08 May 2007|
|Migrating Eclipse RCP applications to IBM Lotus Expeditor
Eclipse Rich Client Platform and IBM Lotus Expeditor V6.1 are platforms for building client-side applications. We examine Eclipse RCP and Lotus Expeditor, consider why and when to develop applications for Lotus Expeditor with RCP, and show how to migrate existing RCP applications to Lotus Expeditor.
|Articles||24 Apr 2007|
|Developing and testing portlet applications with Lotus Expeditor and
Rational Application Developer
Learn how to develop client services portlet applications for Lotus Expeditor using Rational Application Developer v7 and Lotus Expeditor Toolkit v6.1. The toolkit extends the IBM Rational Software Development Platform IDE to develop and deploy Java applications with rich user interfaces that can run on desktop or wireless devices.
|Articles||18 Apr 2007|
|Extending the IBM Lotus Notes V8 sidebar and toolbar
The new architecture of IBM Lotus Notes V8 enables a wide range of new ways to extend and customize the user experience. This article looks at two locations in this environment, the sidebar and toolbar, and discusses how to add functionality by using Eclipse plug-ins.
|Articles||10 Apr 2007|
|Creating collaborative components for IBM Lotus Expeditor Property Broker
Get an introduction to the IBM Lotus Expeditor Property Broker and learn how you can create a component that contributes to the declarative communication offered by the broker. We show you how to wire components declaratively using extension points, the IBM WebSphere Portal Wiring Tool, and the Property Broker APIs.
|Articles||19 Dec 2006|
|Building and deploying a simple Web Services Resource in IBM Lotus Expeditor
Learn how to build a simple Web Services Resource and how to deploy it to IBM Lotus Expeditor. This article explains the WSRF Tools that are used to generate server- and client-side components and how to develop a test client that you can use to test the WS-Resource.
|Articles||05 Dec 2006|
|Developing an OSGi service as a Web service in IBM Lotus Expeditor
Learn how to programmatically expose an OSGi service running on IBM Lotus Expeditor as a Web service, using the the Lotus Expeditor Toolkit and IBM Rational Application Developer V6. This article also shows you how to deploy and test the service using the Lotus Expeditor runtime.
|Articles||28 Nov 2006|
|IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Developing Eclipse rich client applications for the WebSphere platform
This article is an overview on developing Eclipse rich client applications for the IBM WebSphere platform. Learn why the Eclipse rich client for WebSphere is an attractive combination for developing an end-to-end solution.
|Articles||23 Aug 2006|