AD204 - Power Programming: Examine and Manipulating IBM Lotus Domino Application Design
The session first walked through the build in classes that allow design element access to show what you can do and what you can't. Then they switched over to DXL and what you can do there. The first example was to export images files. In DXL binary files are Base64 encoded, so they used a NotesMimeEntry to create the byte stream. Then they showed how to change database properties that are read only in the object. This was followed by a demo of DXL round trip engineering. As an interesting note, the presenters preferred JDOM over the DOM implementation in Lotus Script.
What I liked:
Good practial tips.
What I didn't like:
I would like to see more code!