IBM Lotus Domino 6 Designer
Application Development Fast Track


This course is an accelerated version of Developing IBM Lotus Domino 6/6.5 Applications: Foundation Skills (ND510) and Developing IBM Lotus Domino 6/6.5 Applications: Intermediate Skills (ND520)
This accelerated course uses a combination of classroom lecture and guided practice to impart several basic and intermediate skills used in the IBM Lotus Domino Designer 6/6.5 development environment. By the end of the course, students should be able to design and develop a single-database IBM Lotus Domino 6/6.5 application. Topics in the Student Guides that are not addressed in this accelerated course, may be read and reviewed as self-study materials.


Experience developing one or more applications using other application development tools
Experience using the IBM Lotus Notes client to access applications and/or experience using a Web browser to access applications.

What should you be familiar with?

Application developers new to the IBM Lotus Domino Designer environment.

Session Length

5 Days, 9:00am to 4:30pm


This session is conducted either on site, or at our training rooms.

Topics Covered in this session

Exploring Lotus Domino 6 and Domino Designer 6
Domino 6 application architecture
Domino Designer 6 application and design environment

Working with Design Elements
Creating forms
Adding fields to forms
Using hide/when options to display or hide information
Creating views
Creating pages

Programming in Domino Applications
Overview of programming in Domino 6/6.5 applications
Working with the Formula language
Validating and translating fields

Enhancing Design Elements
Using layers to enhance pages and forms
Creating sorted and categorized views

Automating Tasks
Creating agents to modify data in documents
Creating view and form actions

Working with Security
Defining various security levels for application users
Controlling access

Advanced Formula Techniques
Writing iterative (looping) formulas
Using formulas to interact with the user
Manipulating text and lists with formulas
Adding error checking to formulas
Advanced User Interface Design
Hiding view columns
Using colors and images in views
Using embedded views
Using cascading style sheets

Building a Navigation Structure
Creating and using links

Advanced Data Access Techniques
Accessing data from a view
Using @PickList

Routing Data
Creating a mail-in database and a mail-in database document
Using an @MailSend formula to route a document automatically
Tracking documents through the workflow process

Securing Application Data
Restricting access to documents and sections of documents
Encrypting data and mail messages
Signing documents and access-controlled sections of documents

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