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25. maj 2012


IBM Training: Developing IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.2 Applications & IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Bootcamp

af Lotusdk

Begge kurser finder sted hos Arrow ECS, Baltorpvej 158, 2750 Ballerup. For mere information om kurserne, kontakt


Developing IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.2 Applications: Intermediate XPage Design

27/08/2012 – 3 days

This three-day instructor-led course is designed for this course is experienced application developers who have developed basic IBM Lotus Domino XPage applications and who need to create advanced applications using XPages.
You will be able to use the features and functions of IBM Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.2 to analyze their project needs and determine whether to use form-based architecture to the XPage-based architecture, plan and style user interface enhancements, integrate their XPage application with multiple databases, and debug an existing XPage application. This course is for application developers who are experienced with developing basic IBM Lotus Domino XPage applications and who need to create advanced applications using Xpages

You should have prior experience developing Lotus Domino XPage applications and working knowledge of JavaScript language. In addition, you should have attended either Fundamentals for IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.1 Application Development (D8L51) or Creating a XPage Application in IBM Lotus Notes Workshop (D8W55)

After you complete this course, you will be able to use the features, functions, and procedures in IBM Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.2 to:
•    Perform an analysis between the form-based architecture to the XPage-based architecture
•    Review the results of the analysis to determine the best implementation method
•    Plan and style user interface enhancements
•    Integrate the XPage application with multiple databases
•    Describe advanced XPage features
•    Debug an XPage application

Main areas of focus
•    Forms-based application architecture
•    XPage application architecture
•    Topic 1B: Comparing architectures
•    Comparing Architecture
•    Planning your application’s navigation
•    Comparing Available Features
•    Comparing Security Features

Lesson 2: Designing the XPage application
•    Topic 2A: Analyze the results of the comparison of architectures
•    Determining Features
•    Analyzing Requirements
•    Determine Enhancements Based on User Requirements
•    Topic 2B: Determine the Implementation Method
•    Converting the application
•    Integrating the application
•    Developing a new application
Lesson 3: User Interface Enhancements
•    Topic 3A: Styling a user interface for the application
•    Working with CSS frameworks
•    Topic 3B: Planning and implementing reusable (custom) controls
•    Topic 3C Integrating themes

Lesson 4: Enhanced Controls
•    Topic 4A: Repeat controls
•    Overview of the control
•    Comparing and contrasting with the View control
•    Implementing a repeat control
•    Topic 4B: Validation enhancements
•    Overview
•    Client-side versus Server-side
•    JavaScript converters
•    Regular Expressions
•    Active Content Filtering
•    Topic 4C: Error Management
•    Providing a graceful failure
•    Showing the error page
Lesson 5: Data Integration
•    Topic 4A: Integrating data sources
•    Applying data sources
•    Connecting multiple Domino applications
•    Topic 4B: Distinguishing the scope of the variable
•    Working with the scope of the variable
Lesson 6: Advanced Features
•    Topic 5A: Integrating workflow
•    Integrate existing agents
•    Utilizing JavaScript libraries for workflow
•    Topic 5B: Working with advanced features
•    Working with Dojo controls
•    Using the XPage event mode

Price: DKK 13.800,00 ekskl. moms
DKK 17.250,00 inkl. moms


IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Bootcamp

17/9 – 21/9/2012 5 days

In this course, you will:
•    Be introduced to basic concepts that provide the foundation for Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes
•    Practice performing basic administration tasks using the Lotus Domino Administrator client
•    Install and configure a basic infrastructure with a single domain using an existing deployment plan
•    Set up replication and mail routing in the single-domain environment
•    Perform standard server maintenance and troubleshooting tasks
•    Register and maintain Notes and non-Notes users
Note: This course covers the entire core Lotus Domino 8.5 system administration curriculum which is normally taught in 6 days. While the course duration is condensed to 5 days, the course content is not condensed; therefore, this bootcamp offering covers the material at an accelerated pace, and could require participants to attend extended classroom hours.
The target audience for this course is system administrators new to Lotus Domino who need to acquire a foundational knowledge and working experience with the Lotus Domino 8 administration tools and who are responsible for:
•    Installing and setting up of the initial, basic Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes 8 infrastructure
•    Setting up Domino Mail servers in the corporate intranet and extranet (i.e. Internet) environment
•    Monitoring and maintaining an existing Lotus Domino 8 infrastructure
•    Managing Notes and non-Notes users in a Domino domain

The prerequisites for this course include previous experience as a network administrator or mail system administrator, and experience using the Lotus Notes 8 Client.

•    Examine the Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes Architecture
•    Perform Basic Administration Tasks
•    Examine Lotus Domino Security Mechanisms
•    Examine Mail Routing in Lotus Domino
•    Examine Lotus Domino Replication
•    Extend Lotus Domino Environment
•    Install and set up the first Lotus Domino server and administrator
•    Set up servers in the Lotus Domino domain
•    Add Lotus Notes workstations to the Lotus Domino domain
•    Set up the administration environment
•    Set up the replication schedule to synchronize Lotus Domino system databases in the domain
•    Configure intranet Lotus Domino mail routing
•    Configure internet mail routing
•    Enable message controls
•    Enable server and messaging monitoring
•    Troubleshoot common mail setup problems
•    Manage Users
•    Manage Groups
•    Manage Non-Notes and Notes Clients
•    Deploy Composite Applications
•    Manage Servers
•    Update Servers
•    Set Up Server Monitoring
•    Use Domino Domain Monitoring
•    Monitor Server Performance
•    Resolve Server Problems
•    Resolve User Problems

Main areas of focus
•    Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture
•    Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications
•    Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality
•    Starting IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
•    Using Online Help
•    Navigating in IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
•    Setting Administration Preferences
•    Introducing Policies
•    Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components
•    Designing a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
•    Authenticating with IBM Lotus Domino Servers
•    Controlling Access to Resources
•    Determining Database Access Levels
•    Determining Workstation Security Levels
•    Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging
•    Designing a Mail Routing Topology
•    Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Replication
•    Designing a Replication Strategy
•    Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services
•    Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features
•    Integrating Other IBM Products
•    Analyzing a Deployment Plan
•    Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Server Software
•    Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Client Software
•    Launching and Configuring the First Server
•    Configuring the First Workstation
•    Assigning Roles to Administrators and Servers
•    Registering Servers
•    Configuring and Starting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Servers
•    Creating an Organizational Unit Certifier
•    Registering New Administrators
•    Registering Users from a File
•    Replicating Server Document Changes
•    Setting Up an Administrator Workstation
•    Verifying the IBM Lotus Domino Installation
•    Creating Replicas on Multiple Servers
•    Creating Groups
•    Creating an Organizational Policy
•    Creating and Assigning an Explicit Policy
•    Customizing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Work Environment
•    Setting Access to Create Databases on the Server
•    Setting Administration Levels
•    Setting Logging Levels
•    Creating Server Groups for Replication
•    Creating a Connection Document
•    Configuring Notes Named Networks
•    Implementing a Hub-and-Spoke Mail Routing Topology
•    Selecting a Mail Storage Format for Incoming Mail
•    Enabling the SMTP Listener Task
•    Configuring Basic SMTP Settings
•    Restricting Internet Mail Delivery
•    Enabling Whitelist and Blacklist Filters
•    Configuring Extended SMTP (E/SMTP) Options
•    Configuring Internet Addressing
•    Testing SMTP
•    Configuring Router Restrictions
•    Implementing Message Disclaimers
•    Implementing Mail Delivery Controls
•    Implementing Mail Transfer Controls
•    Configuring Multiple Server Mailboxes
•    Creating and Activating a Server Mail Rule
•    Enabling Mail Journaling
•    Implementing Blacklist Tag and Whitelist Tag Mail Rule Conditions
•    Establishing Mail Quotas
•    Controlling Inbox Size with Inbox Maintenance
•    Archiving Mail
•    Verifying Routing and Checking Mail Delivery
•    Enabling Mail Statistics
•    Enabling Message Tracking
•    Configuring Message Recall
•    Sending a Mail Trace
•    Restarting the Router
•    Forcing Mail Routing
•    Resolving Undelivered and Dead Mail
•    Adding Users
•    Changing a User Name
•    Moving User Mail Files
•    Extending an IBM Lotus Notes ID Expiration Date
•    Using the ID Vault to Secure User IDs
•    Deleting Users
•    Changing a User’s Location Within the Organizational Hierarchy
•    Creating Groups
•    Renaming Groups
•    Deleting Groups
•    Changing Group Membership
•    Setting Up Non-IBM Lotus Notes Users
•    Upgrading IBM Lotus Notes Clients
•    Managing Roaming Users
•    Composite Application Deployment Fundamentals
•    Accessing Composite Applications on IBM WebSphere Portal
•    Introduction to Composite Application Provisioning
•    Configuring Clients for User-Initiated Updates
•    The Server Console Window
•    Defining Backup Processes
•    Using Transaction Logging
•    Managing Disk Space
•    Enabling View Logging
•    Logging and Analyzing Activity Data
•    Automating Server Tasks
•    Evaluating Server Settings with Lotus Domino Configuration Tuner
•    Finding Instances of a Server Name
•    Placing a Server Out of Service
•    Updating a Server ID
•    Authenticating with Other Organizations
•    Providing Internal and External Server Access
•    Examining Server Monitoring Tools
•    Creating Event Generators
•    Using Event Handlers
•    Automating Tasks by Using Agents
•    Viewing Statistics
•    Monitoring Server Statistics and Tasks
•    Monitoring the Server with the IBM Lotus Domino Web Administrator
•    Monitoring Servers by Using the IBM Lotus Domino Console
•    Configuring IBM Lotus Domino Domain Monitoring
•    Controlling Reported Events by Using Event Filters
•    Creating Collection Hierarchies
•    Taking Corrective Action
•    Migrating Existing Certifiers to the CA Process
•    Registering Users with the CA Process
•    Troubleshooting with the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Server Console
•    Solving Server Access Problems
•    Solving Administration Process Problems
•    Solving Server-to-Server Connection Problems
•    Solving Agent Manager Problems
•    Solving DAOS Problems
•    Solving Replication Problems
•    Resolving Replication Conflicts
•    Coordinating the Purge Interval and the Replication Schedule
•    Troubleshooting Server Access in the Application Access Control List
•    Recovering from a Server Crash
•    Enabling Fault Recovery and Automatic Diagnostic Collection
•    Resolving Workspace and Application Issues
•    Implementing Database Redirection
•    Resolving Connection Problems
•    Responding to Mail Delivery Problems

Hardware Requirements
Each student will have one computer on which to install and configure both the Domino server software and the Lotus Notes and Domino Administrator client software. The following list identifies the hardware requirements for the student machines.
•    At least 1 GB of RAM; 2 GB is recommended
•    A Pentium Class or higher processor and compatibles; a Pentium 4, 2.6 GHz or higher processor is recommended
•    An SVGA (or better) video card and monitor. Support for 256 colors, 800 x 600 resolution
•    At least 3 GB of free hard disk space
•    A mouse or other pointing device
•    A CD-ROM drive or access to a network file server for installation
•    IP networking capabilities
•    Internet access (recommended)

Price: DKK 20.200,00 ekskl. moms
DKK 25.250,00 inkl. moms

3 kommentarer Post a comment
  1. Johannes Madsen
    maj 25 2012

    man kan ikke se Hvornår det er, Hvor det foregår og Hvor meget det koster

  2. maj 29 2012

    Hej Johannes,

    Det må du undskylde. Priserne, sted og tidspunkt er hermed sat på 🙂

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