Locking-Down Your Domino Web Environment
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Learn to approach Web application development with security in mind at this advanced session. Find out how to handle the most troublesome login issues with auto login, single sign-on, and hack proof ...

Learn to approach Web application development with security in mind at this advanced session. Find out how to handle the most troublesome login issues with auto login, single sign-on, and hack proof methods. Dive into the inner workings of real-world Web-tested databases to view the various security methods used. See how to push the management of user access to application managers so you don’t have to rely on your administrators. Walk through the process of auditing your applications for security using a comprehensive step-by-step process. And take home a fully functional database with ready-to-use login forms and other security tools, as well as all the best practices you need to bulletproof your applications.

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  • 1. The Essentials of LotusScript Debbie Lynd Wellesley Information Services © 2006 Wellesley Information Services. All rights reserved.
  • 2. What We’ll Cover … • Introducing LotusScript • Comparing LotusScript with the Formula Language (@Functions) • Understanding and using LotusScript Domino classes • Using the LotusScript debugger • Writing the code • Where to put your code • Handling errors 2
  • 3. The Hello World Program • Objective: Write a program that displays: Hello world. The LotusScript code: Print Hello world. • Result: Hello world. will show in the status bar Not much, but it’s a start 3