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> Creating features and plug-ins for Notes client deployment
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Creating features and plug-ins for Notes client deployment
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November 20, 2009
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client plug-in deployment widget
Pierre Carlson has created an informative post,
DeveloperTalk for Lotus Notes Plug-in Development
, in the
Lotus Expeditor wiki
containing both conceptual and task-based information about creating Eclipse-based features and plug-ins for deployment to Notes users. The document, an attachment to the wiki post, explores topics such as obtaining and installing the Expeditor IDE, creating features and plug-ins using Expeditor tools, and deploying those features and plug-ins to Notes client users using methods such as
widgets and the widget catalog
customized Notes install kit
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