Java Domino Classes

The Java classes and interfaces in the lotus.domino package provide access to Domino objects as if the Domino server were performing the action. The lotus.domino objects are used to access and manipulate actual Domino databases and data elements within those databases. However, though the access is directly to Domino data, it does not bypass the Domino access control mechanism. The lotus.domino objects must be used in the context of a client session so that the access is still subject to the access controls defined for the session's user identity. The session access can be made in two ways: “local,” where the lotus.domino objects access Domino data on the same system as the objects are running, and “remote,” where the access ...

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