With Release 5.0.2b of Domino, BASIC programmers now can access over 30 objects with more than 600 methods and properties through the Domino COM support. They can take advantage of the wide range of Domino services like object store, directory, security, replication, messaging, workflow, automation through agents, and much more.
In this IBM Redbooks publication we investigate how you program and integrate Domino in solutions using COM. We look at how you can integrate Domino with Microsoft Office applications and Visual Basic applications, access Domino objects from VBScript on ASP pages, and how to use Visual C++ to make Domino COM components.
The examples from this book are available on the IBM Redbooks Web site.
This book is written for Domino solution designers and programmers, customers, IBM Business Partners, and other members of the IBM and Lotus community who know how to program in BASIC and need a good technical understanding of how to use Domino with COM.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Domino Object Model
Chapter 2 - Introduction to COM and the Domino object components
Chapter 3 - Using MS Office and VBA
Chapter 4 - Using Visual Basic
Chapter 5 - Using VBScript from Active Server Pages
Chapter 6 - Using Visual C++