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Using Java Applet with Lotus notes 6.0

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hello everyone,
I want to upgrade some applications on lotus notes 6.0.As I am a beginner can someone tell me how to integrate java applet with notes.
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Saurav
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Where do you want to integrate the applet?

If it should be placed on a form:
1) create the applet (outside of Notes)
2) Open the form in Domino Designer and place the cursor where you want to place the applet.
3) Choose Create -> Java Applet from the menu.

If you have further questions concerning Lotus Notes application development I'd suggest to place them in the Applications/Email/Lotus Notes section. There are some excellent experts.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Email/Lotus_Notes/


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