Lotus Notes is quite a number of "things" including e-mail, calendar, To Dos (tasks), chat, RSS Feeder, an applications platform, and more. To be able to master all these aspects is made simple with this exciting user guide. Many of us will use Lotus Notes for a majority of our working day, being able to use it more efficiently is a gain in our hectic work life. Many of us want to use tools and features to save time, but often we are unsure of how to master those tools and features.
In this article, we find answers to the frequently asked questions on IBM Lotus Notes version 8.5Read FAQs on IBM Lotus Notes 8.5 in full
During 2010 Packt Publishing has really excelled in terms of its Dynamics books, cementing our reputation as a leading Dynamics publisher.
Packt's current collection of Dynamics titles is wide ranging, both in terms of technology and audience - receiving an unprecedented number of positive reviews.
In 2011 Packt hope to continue this success, with a further focus on branching into the area of CRM. To receive notifications for when these and other Dynamics books are published, simply sign-up to the Packt Enterprise Newsletter via your Packt Publishing Account.
In the world of DB2 replication, we have two main options—SQL replication and Q replication, both of which involve replicating between source and target tables. The choice of replication solution depends on a number of factors, of which the fundamental ones are:
- Type of source
- Type of target
- Operating system support
In this article by Pav Kumar-Chatterjee, author of IBM InfoSphere Replication Server and Data Event Publisher, we look at the different types of replication available, namely the base replication methods of unidirectional, bidirectional, and peer-to-peer.Read The Different Types of Q Replication in full
The adoption of Business Process Management (BPM) is increasingly becoming one of the most popular approaches for boosting overall organizational excellence. Built on Oracle's SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Suite infrastructure, BPM Suite 11g provides enhanced support for application integration services and business events, Web 2.0 and E2.0 style collaborations, and high scalability. It is a full-featured, enterprise-grade BPMS that has sufficient easy-to-use features to make it also suitable for small departmental quick-win projects.
This article by Heidi Buelow, Manoj Das, Manas Deb, Prasen Palvankar and Meera Srinivasan, authors of the book Getting Started with Oracle BPM Suite 11gR1 - A Hands-On Tutorial, gives an overview of strategies and planning steps helpful in starting individual BPM projects and broader BPM initiatives.Read Getting Started with BPM in full
When embarking on an SOA journey, developers often come across the daunting realities of multiple programming languages, technologies, data format representation, implementation framework options, and such others, when they build services, use services, and develop solutions that aggregate services. The focus should be on programming the business and service design, not on the technology of the underlying implementation.
In this article by Matjaz B. Juric, author of the book WS-BPEL 2.0 for SOA Composite Applications with IBM WebSphere 7, we will take a look at IBM's SOA programming model.Read The IBM SOA Programming Model in full
In this article by Pav Kumar-Chatterjee, author of IBM InfoSphere Replication Server and Data Event Publisher, we will cover the following topics:
- Checking the state of a Q subscription
- Stop, drop, alter or start a Q subscription
- Sending a signal using ASNCLP
While developing enterprise-scale applications, developers often find themselves focusing on mundane and repeated tasks generally referred to as cross-cutting concerns: tasks such as writing repeated data access code, logging exceptions, handling and managing exceptions, caching data, validating user input, and so on. Although these tasks are important, developers often spend a lot of time implementing and debugging these cross-cutting concerns rather than channeling their efforts towards the core business requirements of customers.
In this article by Sachin Joshi, author of Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0, you will:
- Receive an overview of Enterprise Library
- Receive a brief introduction to functional application blocks
- Learn about the dependencies between the functional application blocks
- Learn the system requirements
- Learn to install Enterprise Library
This article, by Karen Hooper, author of IBM Lotus Notes 8.5 User Guide, focuses on the advanced features available in mail and how we can best utilize them to assist us in being efficient with mail management.
In this article, we will explore the following topics:
- Senders Colors and Recipient Icons
- Collaboration history
- Finding available time
- Copying into Tool … Memo/Calendar/To Do
- Follow up Feature (flagging)
- Message recall
In this article by Matt Traxinger, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Programming Cookbook, we will cover:
- Using HYPERLINK to open external files
- Working with environment variables
- Using SHELL to run external applications
- Browsing for a file
- Browsing for a folder
- Checking file and folder access permissions
- Querying the registry
- Zipping folders and files within NAV