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Presentation given by John de Giorgio at ILUG 2008 outlining how to integrate Lotus Notes with Microsoft Office & Symphony using the Integra for Notes family of products with no coding unless you want ...

Presentation given by John de Giorgio at ILUG 2008 outlining how to integrate Lotus Notes with Microsoft Office & Symphony using the Integra for Notes family of products with no coding unless you want to code.

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Integra4Notes - Integrate Lotus Notes with Microsoft Office/Symphony with no coding - unless you want to Integra4Notes - Integrate Lotus Notes with Microsoft Office/Symphony with no coding - unless you want to Presentation Transcript

  • John de Giorgio Integra for Notes www.integra4notes.com
  • Agenda
    • So, what’s the problem?
    • Why integrate Notes with MS-Office/Lotus Symphony?
    • Technical options for integration
    • The Integra4Notes approach
    • Demo
    • Questions
  • So what’s the problem?
    • Functionality in Notes views is limited
    • Printing control is not accurate
    • No effective reporting capability
    • No data analysis capability
    • No graphing, no charting, no pivots etc
    • No effective export to Excel
    • No import from Word or Excel
  • Why Integrate Notes with Office or Symphony?
    • Better presentation
    • Better capabilities
      • Leverage pivot tables, graphs, macros, formatting etc
    • Integrate office docs into Notes business processes
    • End-users want data to be accessible in familiar tools like Word &Excel & Symphony
      • further manipulate data & formatting
      • data completion
    • Out of company reporting
  • Technical Options
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  • Technical Options
  • Technical Options
  • Technical Options
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  • Action Button Integra Smarticon
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  • Integra4Notes approach
    • Integra profile defines export/import
    • Distribute output via e-mail, save to Notes doc, doclinks, print, fax etc.
    • More advanced capabilities
      • E.g. Event driven script
      • Access multiple databases & sources e.g. Oracle, SAP, mySQL etc
    • Notes client, browser & scheduled
    • Export & import.
    • Word, Excel, XML, Symphony, ODF & PDF
  • Integra coding – if you want to
    • Supports computed fields
      • Notes formula language & LotusScript
    • Integra events
      • Allows code placement at 14 profile execution points
      • Depth of capability
      • Data access & processing power
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  • Integra coding – if you want to
    • Supports computed fields
      • Notes formula language & LotusScript
    • Integra events
      • Allows code placement at 14 profile execution points
      • Depth of capability
      • Data access & processing power
    • Response Document hierarchy support
    • Word & Excel macro language
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  • Demonstration
  • www.integra4notes.com www.integra4notes.com/compare John Head’s White Paper on In-application Dev Vs Integra www.integra4notes.com/whitepaper/inappsvintegra Download free Integra Personal Edition @ www.integra4notes.com/personal
  • Questions?