In today's fast-paced knowledge management environment, a great deal of importance is placed on providing professional workers with information that is tailored to their job responsibilities. This IBM Redbooks publication gives a step-by-step description of how to build a portal application using Lotus Domino. While our sample was built in an OS/390 environment using UNIX System Services, the concepts and code samples apply equally well to any platform that supports a Domino server.
The audience for this book includes Domino developers, architects, and technical support engineers on all platforms, as well as consultants and marketing support professionals. A knowledge of Domino, programming, and operating systems is assumed.
Table of contents
Part 1. Introduction to S/390 and portal concepts
Chapter 1. Portal concepts
Chapter 2. Why isn’t your Domino server on a S/390?
Part 2. Creating the portal architecture
Chapter 3. Kernel portal architecture
Chapter 4. User personalization
Chapter 5. Portal security
Part 3. Applications for the portal
Chapter 6. Integrating personal and enterprise pages
Chapter 7. Adding functional and administration pages
Chapter 8. Integration using Lotus connector products
Chapter 9. Integration using programmatic connectors
Chapter 10. NNTP and the Domino server
Chapter 11. Collaboration
Appendix A. Code for the portal applications