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Lotus Notes® and Domino® 6 Application Development Exam Cram™ 2 (Exams 610, 611, and 612) by David Hatter, Tim Bankes

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Designing Applications and Choosing Appropriate Coding Options

Domino provides many coding options, making it a flexible tool for building powerful applications. Domino 6 supports the following programming options:

  • Simple actions— Pre-defined functions that can be used to automate tasks with no programming. Simple actions are not customizable and are not supported on the Web.

  • Formulas— Formulas are a non-procedural, interpreted language. In many cases, the Formula language is the easiest, most efficient language to use, especially when you want to do something simple, such as update a field in all the documents in a view. (This can be accomplished by building an agent that has one line of code!) Additionally, some places in Notes support only ...

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