Balaban, Bob; Hendrey, Sir Jonathan: AD501 Writing, Debugging and Troubleshooting IBM Lotus Domino Agents with Eclipse

Intimidated by Java? Worried about debugging in Lotus Domino? Never fear, you can make good use of Eclipse (or any other Java development environment) to code and debug Java Agents for Lotus Domino, and then deploy the debugged code to IBM Lotus Component Designer. This session will show you the te...

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YEAR: 2007
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LABEL: Lotusphere
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PEOPLE: Balaban, Bob | Hendrey, Sir Jonathan
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TIME: 2007
 

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AD501 Writing, Debugging and Troubleshooting IBM Lotus Domino Agents with Eclipse
Bob Balaban; Jonathan Sir Hendrey / 22.01.2007 19:00:00

Intimidated by Java? Worried about debugging in Lotus Domino? Never fear, you can make good use of Eclipse (or any other Java development environment) to code and debug Java Agents for Lotus Domino, and then deploy the debugged code to IBM Lotus Component Designer. This session will show you the techniques for doing it so that your code continues to work when you've pasted it into Lotus Domino, using the "Two-Headed Beast" coding pattern for Lotus Domino Agents. You'll also want to pay attention to our tips on how to write Java code for Lotus Domino that performs and behaves well.

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