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Web-enabling a Domino Database
If you are lucky, you will be given detailed, well architected requirements when designing a new Domino application. If the application is intended to be accessed by both a Lotus Notes client and Web browsers, you will have the luxury of designing for this dual-use up front. However, more often you will be asked to Web-enable an existing Lotus Notes application and make it functional on the Web.
There are some benefits to extending a Lotus Notes application to the Web, as well as some potential pitfalls. However, if you carefully define the requirements for browser access of the application and are aware of the different ways Notes clients and Web browsers handle data, you can avoid the pitfalls and take advantage of the benefits.
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