® Expeditor Toolkit is your tool for developing powerful managed client applications that run on desktops, laptops, tablets, and handheld devices. If you are experienced in developing
EE) applications, portlet applications, Web Services, or Eclipse applications, then you are ready to develop applications for
This section provides a full overview Lotus Expeditor and its features.
Using Lotus Expeditor Toolkit
Expeditor Toolkit provides a complete, integrated set of tools that allows you to develop, debug, test, package and deploy client applications that use Client Services.
This section provides comprehensive and detailed information on developing applications for Lotus
Client Services project dependencies
This section describes how to best use the tooling provided by the Lotus
Expeditor Toolkit to manage the dependencies in a Client Services project. These dependencies include the Java
Build Path and the manifest file. When developing Eclipse plug-ins or OSGi plug-ins, the Java
Build Path, the packages used by the plug-in's code, and the manifest are all related.
Debugging and testing applications
You can use either the Expeditor Server or the Expeditor Toolkit's Client Services Launcher to run and debug applications. Typically, the debugging mechanism you have used in the past will be the easiest to use for debugging plug-ins.
Packaging and deploying applications
This section discusses details of packaging and deploying applications.
Globalizing your application
You can globalize an application that you built on the Lotus
Expeditor platform by using the International Components for Unicode (ICU) technology.
Securing applications and data
Expeditor platform is a secure platform that protects your application data. Single sign-on with the operating system capabilities are built into the platform by default.
Enabling applications for configuration
This section provides information for enabling applications for configuration.
This section provides additional reference information for Lotus