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Friday, September 01, 2006

.NET in Lotus Domino

This paper is provides information on Lotus Domino and .NET coexistence. It provides development scenarios where Lotus Domino is the service consumer and the .NET application is the service provider, and the other way around where Lotus Domino is the service provider and the .NET application is the service consumer. The technologies used for integration are Web services and the COM interface.

Lotus Domino and Microsoft .NET technologies can be integrated using Web Services. Web Services are self-contained, self-describing, modular applications that can be published to and invoked from the Web. Unlike traditional Web-based applications, Web Services contain no user interface, which means that these applications could be remotely invoked by other applications known as clients.Web Services use technology standards such as XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. In addition to this, Web Services applications communicate with each other by using the HTTP protocol and SOAP messages.

Lotus Domino is ideal software for using Web Services to extend the collaborative features of Notes/Domino across the enterprise. Domino Application Server can either host or use Web Services. As we have also discussed in this redbook, Microsoft .NET platform is a collection of tools from Microsoft that let you both use and host Web Services. 

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