This course will prepare you for the R5 Application Architecture certification exam, the last of three exams required for a R5 CLP Application Developer.
This course focuses on the architecture of the Notes and Domino products. The opening Architecture module describes the components of the Notes/Domino product and the internal components of a Notes database. The underlying architecture of the Notes and Domino product components are uncovered and the architecture of the Domino web server is revealed. You will learn how to access and use note identifiers, the relationship between form notes and document notes, how field formulas work on a form, how replication works, and how to design URLs to access Domino objects. In the View module you learn about the underlying architecture of Notes views, how they are indexed, and how to design high performance views. You also learn how to design different view types including Calendar views and Shared, Private on First Use views. The Data Access module describes different techniques and tools to access data from Notes databases and non-Notes databases. Finally, the full and robust set of programming tools available in Domino Designer are introduced in the Programming module.
Audience and Prerequisites
The recommended prerequisites are:
A single R5 Domino Designer client. Access to the Internet is required to get instructor support.
Module 1 - Domino Application Architecture
Module 2 - Working with Views
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