Article archive for 1999

Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Learn JavaScript with a little TLCC

JavaScript has become an important skill for any Lotus Notes and Domino developer to acquire in order to be worth his or her proverbial salt. The time to master JavaScript is now. Read this review by our newly minted Senior Technical Editor, Dan Velasco, to learn if this course is for you.

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

How to use cookies with Notes and the Web

Wouldn’t it be cool if you could use Web-based cookies with Notes and the Web — together? Well, now you can. In this informative article by contributing editor Jeffrey R. Burrows, you can learn how to bake your own cookies into your applications. There are even great code examples in this article. So read now to learn where the cookie crumbles. Don’t get your hand caught in the cookie jar!

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Developing a Palm VII PQA that reads data from a Domino database

The Palm VII is a very cool device, but to get data into it, a special Palm Query Application (PQA) must be written. In this important article, Bruce Elgort shows you how to write your very own PQA. But that’s not all. If you use Lotus Domino, Bruce shows you how you can download Domino information directly into your Palm VII via a PQA of your own construction. Slick!

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Don’t go postal: how to fix your mail.box

There are many things that can go wrong during mail routing. Many of these problems can be fixed rather easily by using Domino and several of its tools. These techniques will resolve most mail.box corruption problems. In this incredibly helpful article, Contributing Editor Jon Johnston shows you how to fix many of the typical problems with mail routing you may encounter.

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Filter.com

Here’s a Web site powered by Domino that managed to find it’s way through our selection filters to become DominoPower Magazine’s Site of the Month — Filter.com. Check it out to see a site that can be maintained by users, rather than Web developers.

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Domino portals, part deux — but wait, there’s more!

Last month’s @DbColumn was about Domino portal sites. Well, I have a confession to make to you

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Easily inserting signatures and clip art at the cursor location

Inserting signatures, footers, or photos is a standard task often needed by Lotus Notes users. This article offers one solution for inserting signatures, clipart, design elements, codes, OLE blocks, or any Rich Text item at the cursor location in a Lotus Notes session.

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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

The need for automated classification

While automated classification systems are coming to market using advanced technology, not all of them are created equal. How can you be sure you understand what matters about automated classification systems so you can make the right choice for your corporation? This month, we start a series of articles on automated classification by Bain McKay with an introduction to the problem.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Seagate Software delivers business intelligence solutions

This month, Seagate Software lets you know about their business intelligence solutions, which help you access, analyze, report on, and share Lotus Notes and Domino data. They also give you the scoop on how you can win a trip for two to Lotus DevCon 2000 in San Francisco.

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Sharing Linux drives with Samba

If you want to be able to see your Linux directories on your PC, then Samba is for you. If you’re a Windows person, you can make life easier if you can use Samba to access the disks on the Linux box as if they were on an NT server. In this helpful article, part of our Life With Linux series, Mark Lawson shows you how to make use of this very helpful feature.

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