Notes/Domino 6 Forum FAQs Here's your chance to help educate the Notes/Domino user community!
This page is designed to house FAQ documents that cover different areas of the Notes/Domino product, and that capture the issues that are being discussed in the forum.
If you compile a FAQ:
1. Post it as a regular topic in the forum.
2. Use our general feedback form to submit your FAQ to the developerWorks Lotus team. (Please be sure to include a link to your FAQ, along with a brief description of it.)
3. We will review all the submitted FAQs and add them to this page if they are worthwhile.
Agents are perform a series of automated tasks according to a set schedule or at the request of a user. An agent consists of three components: the trigger (when it acts), the search (what documents it acts on), and the action (what it does). This agent FAQ addresses the most common questions about agents, and has been compiled by Julie Kadashevich of Lotus Software.
Custom class in LotusScript: A few more questions
This document provides a list of links to both external and internal developerWorks Lotus resources that will help you better understand user-defined (that is, custom) classes in LotusScript. This FAQ was created by Andrea Span.
There are three form types to choose from: Document, Response, and Response-to-response. This document by Rod Whiteley explains each of these form types.
FAQ of FAQs
This is a comprehensive list of links (both within the Notes/Domino Gold Release Forum, elsewhere on developerWorks Lotus, and beyond) covering a variety of topics. This FAQ has been compiled by Doug Finner.
Lotus Notes/Domino 6 Directory FAQ
For questions about the Domino 6 Directory, including LDAP schema, multiple directories, security, and more, refer to this document maintained by Ken Lin. This FAQ offers a compilation of links to many Domino Directory-related resources found primarily on developerWorks Lotus (formerly the Lotus Developer Domain).
OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) and COM (Common Object Model) are Microsoft technologies that let you extend the capability of Designer. OLE/COM technology lets you integrate data from other applications, such as spreadsheets, graphics tools, and other data sources, into your application. This OLE/COM FAQ has been compiled by Doug Finner.
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