Using Lotus Notes with Eclipse to manage and run your Java programs

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Ian Connor

Date archived: March 2, 2017 | First published: September 20, 2004

Take advantage of the Eclipse IDE to develop Java agents for Lotus Notes/Domino. Download and install Eclipse and then see how easy it is to create a project, debug Java, refactor your agents with Eclipse, and import your agent into Domino Designer.

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