45 IBM (Lotus Domino) Training Courses

These skills are taught in:ND510 - Developing IBM Lotus Domino 6 Applications: Foundation SkillsN7D510 - IBM Lotus Domino Designer 7 Fundame…

Prerequisites:You should have:* Good technical understanding of Internet concepts* General understanding of object-oriented programming conc…

Course Description:This course covers the enhancements made to the Lotus Notes 8 and Lotus Domino Designer clients, @functions, @commands, d…

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This course is for developers who design metadata models for use in IBM Cognos. Please refer to course overview for description information.…

Prerequisites:Students taking this course should have experience using the IBM Lotus Notes client to access applications and possess the equ…

Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionalit…

Prerequisites:The prerequisites for this course include completion of the following IBM Lotus Domino 7 courses or equivalent knowledge, skil…

(Recommended) Experience developing one or more applications using other application development tools.Course Description:The course provide…

Examining XPages in IBM Lotus Domino Designer Copying Over and Configuring the Time-Off Requests Application on your test server Learning …

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IBM Cognos BI Administration (v10.1) is a three-day, instructor-led course that is designed to teach new administrators the fundamental task…

Course Description:This course builds on the skills introduced in Lotus Education's IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Fundamentals …

Integrating other IBM products such as, IBM Lotus Sametime, IBM DB2, IBM WebSphere Application Server, and IBM WebSphere Portal

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IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Professional Reports Advanced (V10.1) is a two-day, instructor-led course. Building on topics learned in th…

Prerequisites:Strongly recommended (mandatory in some locations) A+ CertificationServer+ Certification RequiredServicing IBM xSeries Servers…

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