Notes Domino 6 Developing Web Applications

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Objective : Application Architecture

 

SubObjective : Designing Applications That Work on Web Clients

 

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

The feedback.nsf database on server AppServer1 must allow Web browser users to create documents in the database without requiring them to authenticate. Which of the following settings would meet this requirement?

 

 

  1. Enable the setting “Allow anonymous access” in the server document for AppServer1
  2. In the database ACL, add an Anonymous entry with an access level of “Editor”
  3. In the Advanced ACL properties for the database, set the “Maximum Internet name and password” field to “Editor”
  4. All of the above

 

 

 

Answer:
D. All of the above

Tutorial:
To control anonymous access to a database, an ACL entry name of “Anonymous” should be added to the database ACL. The Domino server that the database resides on must also be configured to allow anonymous access. The access level assigned to the Anonymous entry in the database ACL should be set to the level required by users who should not have to authenticate in order to perform a database operation. If a user is accessing the database anonymously and then attempts to perform an operation that exceeds the access level of the Anonymous ACL entry, Domino will then challenge the user to authenticate before proceeding with the database operation.

The Advanced ACL setting “Maximum Internet name and password” should be set to the highest level of access required by any web browser user, regardless of whether or not authentication is required. For example, if anonymous Web browser users can read documents in the database, and certain authenticated web browser users must be able to create and edit documents in the database, The Advanced ACL setting “Maximum Internet name and password” should be set to “Editor”. The database ACL would then impose the proper access on the Web browser user.

Reference:
Domino Designer 7 Help – search on: Acceptable entries in the ACL
Domino Administrator 7 Help – search on: Setting up Internet/intranet clients for anonymous access

 


Objective : Application Architecture

 

SubObjective : Designing Web Applications That Read Non-Domino Data

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

Which of the following connectivity solutions, for accessing non-Domino data, cannot be configured in Domino Designer?

 

 

  1. Domino Relational Database Manager (DRDM)
  2. Data Connection Resource (DCR)
  3. Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  4. LotusScript Data Object (LS:DO)

 

 

 

Answer:
A. Domino Relational Database Manager (DRDM)

Tutorial:
Domino supports several connectivity solutions for accessing non-Domino data. The Domino Designer client can be used to design databases to utilize some of these connectivity solutions. In most cases, configuration is also required on the Domino server to fully enable connectivity to the non-Domino data.

A Data Connection Resource (DCR) can be created to map fields in a Domino database to fields in an external relational database. The use of a DCR requires that a data resource first be configured on the server that the Domino database resides on.

The LotusScript Data Object (LS:DO) is a LotusScript extension library of classes that enables a developer to work with the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) open standard application programming interface (API).

Domino provides a driver for Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), enabling access to relational data via standard JDBC classes in Java agents. Domino also provides a JDBC to ODBC bridge.

Reference:
Domino Designer 7 Help – search on: Table of connectivity solutions

 


Objective : Manage and Maintain

 

SubObjective : Creating Web Site Rule Documents

 

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

Which of the following represent the valid types of Web Site Rules documents?

 

 

  1. Substitution, Redirection, Directory, URL Pattern
  2. Substitution, Redirection, URL Pattern, HTTP Request Headers
  3. Substitution, Redirection, Directory, HTTP Response Headers
  4. Substitution, Redirection, HTTP Response Headers, HTTP Request Headers

 

 

 

Answer:
C. Substitution, Redirection, Directory, HTTP Response Headers

 

Tutorial:
Web Site rules evaluate incoming URL patterns for requests received by Domino Web Servers and perform specified actions based on the Web Site Rule type selected in the Web Site Rule document. This allows Web sites to be relocated or reorganized without breaking existing links or modifying application code that references the old locations of Web site resources.

 

The four types of Web Site Rules are listed below in the order that they are processed on the Domino Web Server:

 

 

  • Substitution
  • Redirection
  • Directory
  • HTTP response header

 

A Substitution Rule replaces specified patterns in the incoming URL request with other specified URL patterns.

 

A Redirection Rule redirects the incoming request to a specific URL address

 

A Directory Rule directs the incoming request to a specified directory on the Domino Web Server. Directory Rules allow an access level to be assigned to the target directory.

 

An HTTP Response Header Rule is used to add o

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