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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 That Work on Web Clients

The Domino database is the application container, an object store containing various types of Notes documents, including design elements and many other types of data described throughout this book but covered in detail in Chapter 4, “Design Elements.” A major advantage to accessing the Domino server with a Web browser is that users are using generic Web browser clients. If the HTTP task is running on the Domino server, Domino provides the HTTP interface for Internet clients. Although some of the Notes client functions are not available, there is no need to install a Notes client on the user's system. Unlike traditional Web site design, where Web pages, images, data, and so forth are stored in hierarchical ...

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