LotusScript Classes

LotusScript can be divided into two classesfront-end and back-end. The front-end class enables you to access an object via the Lotus Notes client interface. The back-end class, on the other hand, enables you to manipulate an object independently of the user interface. Using this class, you can manipulate objects stored in the database. For example, a Notes document that LotusScript accesses from the front-end is often called uidoc (or user interface doc), whereas the same document accessed from the back-end is often called simply doc.

With this important distinction in place, next I'll discuss the primary terminology, constructs, and general syntax that comprise the LotusScript language. As with all programming languages, LotusScript includes keywords, variables, constants, operators, comments, subroutines, and functions.

An Introduction to the Lotus Domino Tool Suite

Getting Started with Designer

Navigating the Domino Designer Workspace

Domino Design Elements

An Introduction to Formula Language

An Introduction to LotusScript

Fundamentals of a Notes Application

Calendar Applications

Collaborative Applications

Reference Library Applications

Workflow Applications

Web Applications

Design Enhancements Using LotusScript

Design Enhancements Using Formula Language

View Enhancements

Sample Agents

Miscellaneous Enhancements and Tips for Domino Databases

Data Management


Application Deployment and Maintenance


Appendix A. Online Project Files and Sample Applications

Appendix B. IBM® Lotus® Notes® and Domino®Whats Next?

Lotus Notes Developer's Toolbox(c) Tips for Rapid and Successful Deployment
Lotus Notes Developers Toolbox: Tips for Rapid and Successful Deployment
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