- Creating, Modifying, Troubleshooting for Notes Clients
- Understanding Domino Application Architecture
- Executing Requests from the Notes Client
- Using Images in Applications
- Using Tables to Manage Page Layout
- Using the Designer Bookmarks to Organize Projects
- Working with Local Applications
- Exam Prep Practice Questions
- Need to Know More?
When designing applications for Notes clients, the designer's ability to troubleshoot performance problems, access problems, or other application design problems is often tested. Applications may perform adequately and efficiently when first deployed, but suffer from problems as they grow in size and usage. Understanding common database application architecture is a necessary skill for any Domino developer. More to the point, understanding how to create, modify, and troubleshoot for Notes clients is essential for passing the exam. Furthermore, when you understand the Domino application architecture, you are well positioned to understand the remainder of the information required to pass the exam. You can expect to see questions covering some of the specific design capabilities detailed in this chapter, such as the use of images, tables, and bookmarks.