Head, John: BP215 Integration of IBM Lotus Notes 8 with IBM Lotus Symphony and OpenOffice.org

The inclusion of Lotus Symphony (productivity editors) with IBM Lotus Notes 8 and the release of the IBM Lotus Symphony product bring new and exciting integration options for Lotus Notes users and developers. This session will cover the integration options available today, including client provisio...

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BP215 Integration of IBM Lotus Notes 8 with IBM Lotus Symphony and OpenOffice.org01.02.2008 16:21Bernd Hesse
 
Integration of IBM Lotus Notes 8 with IBM Lotus Symphony and OpenOffice.org
John Head / 22.01.2008 19:30:00

The inclusion of Lotus Symphony (productivity editors) with IBM Lotus Notes 8 and the release of the IBM Lotus Symphony product bring new and exciting integration options for Lotus Notes users and developers. This session will cover the integration options available today, including client provisioning of the Lotus Symphony editors. Inclusion of the editors in Composite Applications will demonstrate the programmatic options. This session will also cover integration of OpenOffice.org with Lotus Notes 8 and the development options available. Applications such as export, charting, and mail merge will be explored. This session will wrap up with a preview of integration options with Lotus Notes 8 and the editors as well as Lotus Symphony coming in future versions of Lotus Notes! Expect lots of code and take-home applications.

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