import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
#1
[Originally posted by jaap]

Hi Anthony,

a great book for me to begin with JAVA & Domino, I can already see the
advantage of previously learning Lotusscipt since reading your code is easy to
me. The opportunity starts for me probably building things outside the well
known R5 designer when people start to talk about JDK, servlets, jars etc...
I am currently at chapter 8 so some time and I will reach your book end here.

Could you tell me how I have to setup technically a server or PC portable to
do all the JAVA magic?

My current feeling is that I don't have a good overview where all the elements
have to be (e.g. I am currently looking into sametime clients etc. where you
see various elements like agents, applets in pages etc.)

Many thanks best whishes for the new year and hope to see more books from you
Jaap
import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Thanks for this great book !
[Originally posted by aspatton]

Thanks so much for the kind words. I do appreciate them.

I assume you are trying to work with Java outside the Domino environment? If
so, you can use the JDK from Sun Microsystems or some other third-party IDE
like VisualAge for Java. Chapter 22 covers the setup needed for developing
Java outside of Domino.

Tony.
import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Started with Agents (so Domino first)but...
[Originally posted by jaap]

to be honest I am very new to all this stuff JAVA although the examples are
looking familiar to me in the context of the Domino(Lotusscript)agents
currently I would like to do some exploration in the field of using applets in
Domino etc.
Do you know a site where I can find java applets to incorporate in Domino
pages...?

Regards
Jaap


Thanks so much for the kind words. I do appreciate them.
>
> I assume you are trying to work with Java outside the Domino environment? If
> so, you can use the JDK from Sun Microsystems or some other third-party IDE
> like VisualAge for Java. Chapter 22 covers the setup needed for developing
> Java outside of Domino.
>
> Tony.
import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
#4
Started with Agents (so Domino first)but...
[Originally posted by aspatton]

Actually, you can use any Java applet on a Domino page/form just like it would
be used on a normal html page. Check out www.javaboutique.com.

Tony.
gyanpsingh (1) [Avatar] Offline
#5
Re: Thanks for this great book !
Thanks baby.