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Zhong supports the Orders database. He has been asked to give users a way to select a category from a view and have the category name and all view entries within the category copied to a table that can then be pasted into a memo. The table needs to include a link back to each document represented by a view entry. How should Zhong proceed?
Create a view action. In the Programmer's Pane, enter the formula:@Command([CopySelectedAsTable])Instruct the users to select the category name, click the view action, and then paste the table in the memo.
Create a view action. In the Programmer's Pane, enter the
formula:@Command([CopySelectedAsTable]) Instruct the users to select the category name and all documents from the category, click the view action, and then paste the table in the memo.
Create a view action. In the Programmer's Pane, enter the formula:@Command([CopySelectedAsTable]) Ensure that the category is the first categorized column in the view. Instruct the users to select the category name, click the view action, and then paste the table in the memo.
Create a view action. In the Programmer's Pane, enter the formula:@Command([CopySelectedAsTable]). The category must be the first categorized column in the view. Instruct the users to select the category name and all documents from the category, click the view action, and then paste the table in the memo.
Karl wrote a Web service in a local database using Domino Designer, and he wants to test it from his local workstation using a Notes 8 client. He highlights the Web service in Designer and chooses the menu option, "Design - Preview in Default Web Browser". What happens?
A Web page opens in the default web browser, with a link to the WSDL file for the Web service on the local machine
A Web page opens in the default web browser, with an example SOAP message for each method in the Web service
A Web page opens in the default web browser, with forms that can be filled out
in order to send SOAP requests to the Web service
Karl is prompted for a server name, and if a replica of the database is found on that server then the design changes that Karl just made are replicated to the server and the Web service on the server opens in a browser window
After importing a WSDL file into a LotusScript script library to generate Web service consumer code, what is the basic structure of the code that is generated?
A single class with a method for each Web service method that isdefined, and custom types for complex data types if necessary
A single class with a method for each Web service method that is defined, and
additional classes for complex data types if necessary
A public function or subroutine for each Web service method that is defined, with custom types for complex data types if necessary
A class that connects to the Web service, a public function or subroutine for each
Web service method that is defined, and additional classes for complex data types if necessary
Chris is creating a Web service consumer in Domino. He has a URL that he has used from a Web browser to browse the WSDL for the Web service he will consume. He does not have a copy of the WSDL file on his computer. When he selected the option to import the WSDL, he was presented with a window prompting him to enter a file name. How can Chris get the WSDL imported into his Web service consumer?
Enter the URL of the WSDL as the file name, and click the Open button. Domino will then import the WSDL.
Select the "Retrieve WSDL from Web" option. A window displays prompting
for the "WSDL Web address". Enter the URL of the WSDL as the Web address, and click the Open button. Domino will then import the WSDL.
Enter the URL of the WSDL as the file name, and click the Open button.A prompt displays asking if Domino should access the external system and import the
WSDL, overwriting any existing code. Click the Yes button, and Domino will then import the WSDL.
Select the "Retrieve WSDL from Web" option. A window displays prompting
for the "WSDL web address". Enter the URL of the WSDL as the Web address, and click the Open button. A prompt displays asking if Domino should access the external system and retrieve the WSDL, overwriting any existing code. Click the Yes button, and Domino will then import the WSDL.
Kevin has created a Web service consumer by importing a WSDL. He now has a script library including the OrderInfoClass class, with functions to call the Web service. One function is listed in the class as:
Function GETCUSTNAME(ORDERNO As String) As String Let
GETCUSTNAME = Service.Invoke("GETCUSTNAME", ORDERNO) End
Function Here is the code Kevin has written in an action to test the function: Sub Click(Source As Button)
Msgbox |CustName: "| & OrderInfoClass.GETCUSTNAME(Inputbox$("Order:"))
& |"| End Sub
Kevin has a Use statement in the Options area referencing the script library. But when he tries to open the application and run the test action, a "Variable not declared: GETCUSTNAME" error displays. How can Kevin fix the code in the test action?
Add this line before theMsgbox statement: Dim GETCUSTNAME As Variant
Add this line before theMsgbox statement: Dim GETCUSTNAME As NotesWebService
Add this line before theMsgbox statement: Dim OrderInfoClass As New OrderInfoClass
Add this line before theMsgbox statement: Dim OrderInfoClass As New NotesWebService
What is the benefit of the mappings file generated by Designer when working with LotusScript Web service-enabled script libraries?
Itprecompiles the LotusScript code prior to the call to the Web service.
It allows the generation of WSDL files from any Web service-enabled script library.
It allows for translation betweenLotusScript and Java Web service libraries in
It enables the reuse of namespace constants among script libraries, allowing them to be combined in a common library.
Adriana has imported a WSDL file into her Script Library design element. A portion of the LotusScript code that has been generated appears as follows:
Const n0 = rn:GoogleSearch Class ResultElement_n0 As XSD_ANYTYPE
Public summary As String Public URL As String Public snippet As String Public title As String
Public cachedSize As String
Public relatedInformationPresent As Boolean Public hostName As String
Public directoryCategory As DirectoryCategory_n0
Public directoryTitle As String Sub NEW
End Sub End Class
What else did Designer create when this WSDL file was imported?
The associated Java code for the web service.
AWSNamespaces.mappings text file in the Notes data directory.
A new WSDL file used by Domino to execute the web service call.
An associated WSDL entry in the Web Services design element area.
Theron has a Notes Composite Application that consists of a Notes application communicating and interacting with a WebSphere portlet on the same page. What feature of composite applications allow this to occur?
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â€śAttributionâ€ť is defined by Julien's as the creator, period, culture, source of origin, as the case may be as set forth in the Bold Type Heading of a lot in a live auction catalogue or the lot Title of an online auction, as amended by any oral or written salesroom notices and announcements or online notices and announcements. We make no warranties to information not contained in an online lot heading or information not contained in the Bold Type Heading of any live auction catalogue subject to the exclusions listed below.
Julien's warrants the â€śAttributionâ€ť, as defined above and subject to the exclusions listed below, of a lot for a period of one (1) year from the date of sale and only to the original purchaser on record at the auction. If it is determined to our satisfaction that the â€śAttributionâ€ť is incorrect, the sale will be rescinded if the lot is returned to the Julien's Auctions warehouse facility in the same condition in which it was at the time of sale. In order to satisfy Julien's that the â€śAttributionâ€ť of a lot is indeed incorrect we reserve the right to require the purchaser to obtain, at the purchaser's expense, the opinion of two experts in the field, mutually acceptable to Julien's and the purchaser, before we agree to rescind the sale under the warranty. This warranty is not assignable and applies only to the original purchaser on record with Julien's. This warranty does not transfer to any subsequent owners of any purchased property (this includes without limitation, heirs, successors, beneficiaries or assigns).
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Exclusions will be made and this warranty does not apply to â€śAttributionâ€ť which on the date of sale was in accordance with the then generally accepted opinion of scholars and specialists, or the identification of periods or dates of execution which may be proven inaccurate by means of scientific processes not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue or listing online, or which were unreasonably expensive or impractical to employ.
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