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JavaAgent and XML

  • Build a connection to a Lotus Notes Domino Database located on C Drive using a JavaAgent. Once connection is established, grab view data and load to console. Convert code to an XML specific JavaAgent, save XML file to C Drive.
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    JavaServer Pages and JavaBean

  • Build a connection to MS SQL Server using Eclipse Ganymede, test your connection. Write a JavaBean to use this connection...
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    JavaBean

  • Build a test Java program that submits debug messages data to Lotus Notes Domino Java Debug Console; messages that can also be viewed in user's local log.nsf file. The program then runs a JavaAgent that sends an email to user inbox with URL to specific document(s).
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    Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages

  • Write a servlet in either Eclipse versions, this Article was built using Eclipse Ganymede... grab data from MS SQL Server, spit data out to HTML Report...
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    Cascading Style Sheets and HTML

  • Highlight links on your website, give them certain functionality, or look and feel, with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)...
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    X-HTML and JavaScript

  • Section off your web page into parts, or enhance look and feel by attaching external/resuable parts. Build HTML framesets, iFrames, using CSS, basic HTML, and/or JavaScript.
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    JavaServer Faces and JavaBean

  • Build a connection to GlassFish Server 3.1 using Eclipse Helios, test your connection; Java Server Faces (JSF) file loads to browser. GlassFish Server is a great fit with the JSF framework, download JSF and JSTL and include as libraries to benefit from the framework.


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    Xpages and Backing Bean

  • Build a complete Xpages application that connects to an SQLite database (Test.db), loads application only if login is successful.
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    Xpages, JavaAgent and JavaBean

  • Build a complete application that submits a form (Xpages) to the back-end using a JavaBean and JavaAgent.
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