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Was für eine #dnug46. Auch in 2019 präsentierten die DNUG-Fachgruppen wieder ein herausragendes Konferenzprogramm zu aktuellen Themen. Die DNUG-Jahreskonferenz fand im Congress Center auf dem Messegelände in Essen statt.

Wir danken allen Sprechern, Trackmanagern und Gästen für Ihre Teilnahme. Ganz besonders herzlich möchten wir uns bei den Konferenz-Sponsoren für ihr Engagement bedanken.

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Vom 15. bis 17. Juni 2020 im Umweltforum Berlin
Tuesday, June 4 • 13:30 - 14:30
Domino Query Language (DQL)

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Domino Query Language was introduced in version 10 for domino-db, the node.js npm offering.  In 10.0.1, the (Notes)DominoQuery class was  introduced for Lotusscript and Java.  DQL provides a very powerful yet terse way to access Domino data without the need to know about design elements or details of its execution. In Domino 11 there will be more functionality, speed and ease-of-use.

This session will provide an introduction to DQL syntax and then dive into the some of the most important operational details. Also covered will be the role and structure of the the Design Catalog, best programming practices, performance considerations, design element usage, security concerns as well as planning for future functionality. The session will be most useful to seasoned Domino application developers and administrators, but even novices will gain valuable, hands-on knowledge.

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John Curtis

Software Architect, HCL
John Curtis is a software architect at HCL Technologies. He has been working on server-side software for 40 years, on everything from compilers to device drivers. For 21 of those years he has been working on IBM HCL Domino. He has done extensive work with database indexing technologies... Read More →


Tuesday June 4, 2019 13:30 - 14:30
Raum D - Development

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