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The Architecture of Notes and the Domino Server
The Architecture of Notes and the Domino Server

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LIST OF TRADEMARKS
Domino, Designer, Design Components, Enterprise Integrator, and Notes are trademarks and cc:Mail, Lotus, Lotus Notes,LotusScript, NotesSQL, Organizer, SmartIcons, and SmartSuite are registered trademarks of Lotus Development Corporation.IBM, AIX, AS/400, OS/2, OS/390, OS/400, Power PC, RS/6000, and VisualAge are registered trademarks of InternationalBusiness Machines Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
 
22Directory databases
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22Domains and directories
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22The Administration Process task and theAdministration Requests database
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21The Domino Administrator and the Domino WebAdministrator
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21How the Administration Process works
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20Administration processing flow-of-control
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20Administration design
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19Administration design issues
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19Domain administration
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18Overview of database replication
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17Notes in hierarchy
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17Design-element notes
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17Administration notes
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16Data notes
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15Types of notes
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14The "note" in Notes
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14The database header and other internal structures
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14The Notes database
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13The Notes remote procedure call client
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13The Extension Manager
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12Other NOS services
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12The Notes Storage Facility (NSF)
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11The portability layer
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11How NOS is organized
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10NOS is thread safe
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10Overview of Notes Object Services
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10Notes uses its own databases to implementdomain-wide features
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9Notes uses its own databases to control many of itsown activities
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9Fundamental support for security and groupwareis built into all Notes software
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8Later releases of Notes support databases createdusing earlier releases
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8The note is the basic data structure
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8Client programs can run on servers, and vice versa
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7A Notes application can run on any Notes client orDomino server computer
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6Notes is designed for global use
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5Notes must perform and scale well on all platforms
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4Notes is multiplatform
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4Design principles
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3NOS is at the heart of everything
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3Fundamental design principles
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3Databases and files
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2Notes Object Services (NOS)
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2Client and server programs
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2Notes and Domino components
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1Critical terms and definitions
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1 Overview of Notes and DominoArchitecture
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Preface
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42XML support
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42CORBA support
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41Supported Lotus connectors
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41Supported database drivers
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40Supported application toolkits
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40Using toolkits, drivers, and connectors
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39Web authoring tools
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39How Notes/Domino process the built-in interpretedlanguages
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38The Domino Designer
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37Revising and refreshing a design
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37Editing and viewing the database
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37Creating a new database from a template
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37Creating a template
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36Developing, creating, and maintaining Notesapplications
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35Development environments
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35Programmability
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35Table of server tasks that monitor server activity
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34Table of server tasks that manage protocols
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34Table of server tasks that manage mail, calendars,and scheduling
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34Table of server tasks that manage server andadministration activities
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33Table of server tasks that maintain Notesapplications
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33Add-in server tasks
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32Table of built-in server tasks
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32Types of built-in tasks
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32Built-in server tasks
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31The Domino Server program
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30The Domino Administrator
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30The Domino Designer
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30The Notes client
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29Common client databases
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29Common client services
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29Common client features
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28Client programs
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28Mail availability
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28Mail performance
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27Domino mail servers
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26Mail clients
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26Messaging components
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26Overview of messaging
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25Security issues
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25Database security
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25Server security
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24Network security
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24User security
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24Overview of security
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23LDAP directories
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23The Directory Catalog (DIRCAT.NSF)
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23Directory Assistance (DA.NSF)
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23The Domino Directory (NAMES.NSF)
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Contents iii
 
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