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Fact(s) about Java in Lotus Notes environment?

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Is it true in Lotus Notes that:
There are no Java front-end classes.
So it does not matter with Corba or not that Java agents can only process back-end data?
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Java use in the Notes client is limited to back-end only.  There is no front-end support for Notes' design elements.

If you are using Domino to write web apps, however, you are not limited since the front-end is the web browser which (of course) is supported by Java.
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