The sample application exports the selected rows of a Notes view to a Symphony Spreadsheet.
Use the Symphony Addon API to read and write Lotus Symphony Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations.
This article demonstrates how you can develop background jobs that run outside the context of an XPages application in the Notes Client.
Learn how to build your own servlet implementation just by writing simple Java code in Domino Designer!
Integration of existing LotusScript code into XPages applications in the Notes Client that has access to the UI, e.g. to display a dialog box.
Use the Component API to create viewparts in your own code, for example to display NSF content like documents, views and databases.
Use the NotesUI API to interact with classic Notes design elements from XPages applications.
Use the program API to launch files with the associated programs and read a list of registered file extensions
The article explains how to prevent timeout error messages while calling long running XPages2Eclipse functions in XPages event code
The PlatformUI API gives you access to the Eclipse part of the Notes Client user interface.
An overview of the available API areas in the XPages2Eclipse base API
Instructions for XPages2Eclipse installation in Notes Client and Domino Server