Tuesday, May 06, 2003

Integrating IBM Lotus Domino with the J2EE Platform

IBM Software Services for Lotus is pleased to announce the availability of Integrating IBM Lotus Domino with the J2EE Platform (ND650). This five-day course combines instructor lecture and demonstration with hands-on exercises and guided practices that teach Domino developers how to add J2EE technologies to an existing Domino application to take advantage of e-commerce functionality. Participants set up their own development environment running the IBM Lotus Domino Server, IBM WebSphere Studio, and the IBM DB2 Universal Database. Within the development environment, participants build a variety of Java programs to extend the messaging and collaboration capabilities of Domino by adding e-commerce solutions managed by the IBM WebSphere Application Server. This course focuses on servlets, JavaBeans, and Enterprise JavaBeans for handling business logic and data access throughout the enterprise. It also introduces Java Server Pages (JSPs) as a mechanism for presenting information to users. For more information, see the Lotus Training and Certification Web site at http://www.lotus.com/training.

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