Notes Browser Plugin 9.0.1 - "Accessing legacy Applications"
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Notes Browser Plugin 9.0.1 - "Accessing legacy Applications" Notes Browser Plugin 9.0.1 - "Accessing legacy Applications" Presentation Transcript

  • IBM Notes Browser Plug-in Date: 29th April, 2014
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation22 Open Mic Team • Sunil Dongre – Dev.Lead for Notes Browser Plug-in Sunil.dongre@in.ibm.com Presenter • Archana Pawar – QE Lead for Notes Browser Plug-in arcpawar@in.ibm.com Presenter • Rajesh Patil [ STSM for Notes Client DEV Team ] rajpatil@in.ibm.com Panelist • Vinayak Tavargeri – Support Manager for Notes/Domino Team vtavargeri@in.ibm.com Facilitator
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Agenda  Introduction  Key Business Scenarios addressed  The purpose of the Notes Browser Plug-in  Current Features of Notes Browser Plug-in  Q&A
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Key Business/User Scenarios  Typical Notes/Domino Customer environment ● Using Notes Client ● Large number of custom Domino Applications LotusScript/Formula/NIF/NSF NSF Storage Local or Remote Notes Client Custom Applications
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Where some customers would like to go ● Future Notes/Domino Customer environment ─ Combination of Notes Client & Web Clients ─ Custom applications ─ Partly (newer ones) moved to XPages ─ Still continue to have large set which cannot be moved to XPages Notes Client Web Browser Xpages iNotes (Mail) http NSF Storage Local or Remote LotusScript/Formula/NIF/NSF Legacy Apps Xpages Legacy Apps Large number of apps NOT accessible via browser
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Browser Plug-in for Notes ● Provide access to Custom Notes Applications from a browser ● No modifications to the custom applications ● Provide support for notes:// url NSF Storage Local or Remote LotusScript/Formula/NIF/NSF Notes Client Legacy Apps Web Browser Xpages iNotes (Mail) http Xpages Legacy Apps Browser Plug-in Large number of apps accessible via browser
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Browser Plug-in – What is it?  Browser Plug-in ● Allow Notes Apps to run Unmodified in a browser ● No additional Cost/Training ● Small subset of Notes Components (only what’s required to run custom app) ● Encapsulated in browser plug-in ● Standard installer or managed deployment options. ● NO support for Notes Mail (recommend using iNotes)  Security ● Full support for ID File (ID Vault), ● encrypted content  Access to applications via ● Browser bookmarks ● document/view/application link in documents ● Support for Notes URL's in the browser.
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation New in 901  Integration of MUMA (Multi-User Migration Utility) ● No longer need to uninstall prior version to install Notes Browser Plug-in ● Seamless migration of data  Support ● Microsoft Windows® XP, 7, 8, 8.1 ● Internet Explorer® 11 on Windows 7, 8.1 ● Firefox 24 ESR and above (Latest version currently 28)  Allow opening mail template-based applications ● New check box to disallow opening, if desired (database properties) ● Support all the workflow with mail-in databases
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation New in 901  IBM SmartCloud support  Properly handling locked-down desktop environment (e.g., Internet Explorer security settings)  Allow specifying a browser to use for Notes Browser Plug-in via notes.ini ● NOTES_PLUGIN_DEFAULT_BROWSE=<FIREFOX or IEXPLORE> ● Change to use Internet Explorer, if default browser is not supported for Notes Browser Plug-in (e.g., Google® Chrome® )
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Installation and Set-up Goals  Keep the Installation Package to a minimum  Keep the installation as simple as possible ● Minimum number of options ● Multi-user  Ensure we handle existing installation & data ● Data migration – MUMA (Multi-user migration Agent integration)  Setup to be simple
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Installation  Browser Plug-in stand-alone Install Package ● Use this if you only want NBP with iNotes or Notes web ● Removes any other Notes client from the system. ➔ Min Package ~ 55MB ➔ Max Package ~ 148MB (includes JVM & Viewers)  OR Can also be installed as part of “Notes Standard Client” install ● Plug-in is installed & registered for both Firefox & Internet Explorer.  Bookmarks migration/synchronization upon 1st user launch
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation DEMO
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Q&A
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Screenshots of what we saw in Demo
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Application inside Notes Standard client
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Same Application inside Notes Browser Plug-in in Internet Explorer Browser
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Application Inside Browser
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Notes Browser Plugin Home Page
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation NBP – iNotes Integration
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation NBP - iNotes Integration (Forwarding Notes Document)
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation NBP – iNotes Integration – Forwarding a Notes Document – iNotes Memo (Retain all the Rich Formatting)
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation Application With Right Click Context Menu
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation NBP – Edit Document with Infobox
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation NBP Bookmarks Migrated to Browser Favorites
  • | © 2014 IBM Corporation END