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Take your Java programming skills to the next level with TLCC's Intermediate Java Programming for Notes Domino 6 course. Learn how to use the core Java classes to work with strings, numbers, vectors, arrays, and to read and write information from the hard drive and the internet. Learn web application techniques like performing field validation, preventing multiple submissions of incomplete forms, and passing data using URL variables. Build a cool web based order form that will hold multiple items. Use the Domino Objects for Java classes to access and work with Notes items, rich text items, documents, views, view entries and document collections. Use a Java agent to build reports to show the information in a database exactly the way you want using the rich text classes. This course is an excellent way to learn Java in the familiar Domino environment and prepare for other Java programming environments like WebSphere Studio.
Audience and Prerequisites
Experienced Notes Domino 6 developers who want to learn how to use Java in Notes and Domino applications. A basic knowledge of Java programming and how to create Java agents in Domino is required. The recommended prerequisite is:
A Domino Designer 6 client and a current browser are required to take this course. Access to the Internet is required to get instructor support.
Module 1 - Running Java Agents from the Web
Module 6 - Gathering Document Collections
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