Course Code: ND6LSDWA
Successful Domino web applications require the use of agents to provide validation and back end processing for tasks like e-commerce and e-business. These agents perform similar functions to CGI scripts on other web server platforms. One way to create these agents in Domino is to use LotusScript. This hands-on distance learning course will show you how to create LotusScript agents that run when a user opens or saves a document and how to run agents from a web browser. Learn to create WebQueryOpen and WebQuerySave agents, run agents via a URL, pass data from one page to another using query strings, and to use the Print statement to send customized output to a web browser. Many live demonstrations and hands-on exercises are provided including examples of e-commerce applications. As with all TLCC courses, instructor help is just a click away!
Audience and Prerequisites
Experienced Domino application developers who know how to program in LotusScript and have a need to integrate complex LotusScript processing into the design of their Domino applications. Specifically, the following TLCC courses or their equivalent are required:
A single Notes 6 and Domino Designer 6 client. Access to the Internet is required to get instructor support.
Module 1 - Introduction
Module 2 - WebQuerySave Agent
Module 3 - WebQueryOpen Agent
Module 4 - Running Agents from the Web
This module also covers the security implications of running agents from the web. The module discusses and demonstrates how you can control what an agent can and cannot do and explores the effects of the Agent Manager settings in server documents in the Domino Directory.
Module 5 - Debugging Web Agents
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