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Departmental scenario: Departmental timesheet architecture (Forms 3.0)
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June 11, 2008
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3.0, deployment scenario, departmental
The following computers are required to run this system:
Form design system
– A typical workstation computer that is used to create the blank timesheet forms.
Application development system
– A typical workstation computer that is used to create the forms application servlet and Forms Services Platform pipeline.
– The application server hosts the forms application. The forms application consists of WebSphere® Application Server, the Webform Server servlet, the Forms Services Platform pipeline, and the Lotus® Forms API.
– A database that stores the submitted form information. It also acts as the Access Control database for Webform Server.
Scenario 1: Departmental timesheet system on intranet
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