Magee, Jamie; Marshall, Kevin: BP302 Application Performance Techniques for IBM Lotus Domino Developers, in: Lotusphere 2006, IBM, Orlando 2006.

Did your Lotus Domino application get slower once the number of documents and users increased? Think you need more hardware? This session covers everything a developer needs to know about maximizing the performance of applications for Web and IBM Lotus Notes clients, before having to invest in new ...

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YEAR: 2006
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LABEL: Lotusphere | Lotus Domino 7 | Lotus Notes 7
ORGANIZATIONS: IBM | Lotus
PEOPLE: Magee, Jamie | Marshall, Kevin
PLACES: Orlando
TIME: 2006
 

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BP302 Application Performance Techniques for IBM Lotus Domino Developers (web link)
Speakers: Jamie Magee, Kevin Marshall
SW 3-4 - Tuesday 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Repeats: SW 10 - 1/25/2006 11:15am - 12:15pm

Did your Lotus Domino application get slower once the number of documents and users increased? Think you need more hardware? This session covers everything a developer needs to know about maximizing the performance of applications for Web and IBM Lotus Notes clients, before having to invest in new hardware. Find out how to prevent, identify, and fix the most common performance problems at the application level. Dozens of tips cover Lotus Notes Client, Web, formulas, LotusScript, agents, views, forms, images, database properties, security, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Javascript, Lotus Notes and Domino 6.x and 7.x, server settings, and how to trace slow performance in live applications. Emphasis is placed on balancing maximum performance with maintainability and functionality.