JumpStart 205 – Integration of IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and IBM Lotus Symphony

Welcome to the real world, where Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino are just part of your corporate toolset. This session will introduce you to integration of Lotus Notes and Domino 8 and 8.5 with Microsoft Office, .NET technologies, OpenOffice.org, and Lotus Symphony. We’ll start with the basics and gradually build up to advanced integration. Mail Merge, exporting to a spreadsheet, charting, presentation building, and integration on the Web will all be covered. Advanced topics such as Visual Studio Tools for Office and integration with Lotus Domino Web Services will round out the session. All new samples including integration with XPages will provide samples you can use as soon as you get home.

John Head & Alex Kassabov

Dolphin Americas Seminar : Sunday, 1/18/2009 : 8 AM to 9:30 AM
Swan : Sunday, 1/18/2009 : 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Note: The first run of this session is only 90 minutes. The second run is 120 minutes. We will have more content in the afternoon session.

And the complete demo database can be downloaded here.  

Oh yeah, and thank you everyone for getting up to see us speak at 8 am on Sunday.

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Lotus User Group Virtual User Group Meeting – Real World Integration – Slides and Demo database

This was a great webinar.  Thank you all who took time from their busy schedules to listen to me and John Head.

My first experience doing a webinar.  It was a little strange to be speaking to a group of about 150 people and not being able to see anyone, their reactions.

Here, as promised are the slides from the webinar.

Just in case the embedded viewer doesn’t work for you, here’s a link to SlideShare.

And the demo database can be downloaded here.

There will be a replay available sometime tomorrow.  John and I will answer the questions we could not get to in the LotusUserGroup.org moderated forum.

Once again, thank you all for attending!

PSC presents the next LotusUserGroup.org virtual meeting

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On Wednesday, January 14th, John Head and I will be the presenters at the next LotusUserGroup.org virtual meeting.  The topic of the meeting is “The Real World of Integration: How Lotus Notes & Domino Can Work with Microsoft Office, Lotus Symphony and the Power of Integra for Notes”.

In a way, this will be a mini-preview of our Lotusphere Jumpstart session.  Why mini?  Well, for one, it is hard to fit a 2-hour session into a 50-minute time slot.  On the other hand, we didn’t want all of you Lotusphere attendees to skip our sessions on Sunday.  Those of you who are not attending this year’s Lotusphere, don’t be discouraged: our full session slides and demos will all be available for downloads from our blogs after the sessions.

From what I hear, there are already 130 people registered to attend the webinar.  So if you still haven’t registered, do so.  Registration is free.  The webinar itself should be fun and informative.

Full synopsis of the webinar is below…

Welcome to the real world, where Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino are just part of your corporate toolset. This live, online presentation will introduce you to some unique and time saving techniques for the integration of Lotus Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET technologies, and Lotus Symphony. No matter what version of Notes you’re running (even 8.5) all the way back to 6.5, you’ll come away with a solid plan for Mail Merge, exporting to a spreadsheet, charting, presentation building, and integration on the Web. You’ll learn some advanced topics such as Visual Studio Tools for Office integration with Lotus Domino Web Services. Plus, we’ll show you live demos on how to use Notes & Domino 8.5 to improve your integration options. Finally. we will touch on how the Integra for Notes reporting and integration framework can reduce your cost to provide your users with the reports they need to get their jobs done.

Don’t miss this informative and instructional presentation by leading Lotus guru John Head and long time expert Alex Kassabov. The presentation is free for LotusUserGroup.org members, but requires pre-registration.

Note: Please make sure you have Flash Player 8 or above. The Audio portion for such events is made available using Flash technology. Due to technical limitations on the Mac, Linux and Vista platforms environments, Live Demo Webcasts cannot be fully supported on those platforms at this time.