Lotus Domino 6 for Developers Assessment


Lotus Domino 6 for Developers Assessment

Skills Assessment

This test for Lotus Notes Developers is aimed at testing skills that a seasoned Notes developer should have in his/her portfolio. This test is designed to identify those candidates with a well rounded knowledge of developing Lotus Domino applications and would thus be an effective member of a Notes Team.

A candidate with sufficient knowledge will be able to easily answer questions on topics regarding details of programming Notes applications, automating tasks, securing applications and data, deploying applications, show familiarity with advanced data techniques, and also with interfacing with non-Notes database.

Assessments for Lotus Notes 5.0 for Developers and Lotus Notes 6.5 for Users are also available.


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How does it work?
Total Questions 56
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Enhance Design Elements
Secure Domino Data
Work with Design Elements
User Interface Design
Program in Domino Applications
Data Access Techniques
Tasks Tested Form Names
Defining Agents
Work with Actions
Use of Aliases
Updating Database Design
Inheriting Information
Concatenate Values in a View Column
Control How Actions Display
View Selection Formulas
Working with Access Control Levels
Analyze Documents
Encrypting Domino Data
Defining Workflow
Limit Access to Read and Edit
Effective Rights
Database Security
Securing Domino Data
Creation and Distribution of Secret Keys
Working with Data
Use of Hide/ When Options
Using Framesets
Creating a Form
Field Types
Design Techniques
Controlling Application Maintenance
Higher Level Interface Design
Creating a View
Designing Views
Embedding an Outline
Organize Documents in a View
Working with Field Types
Differentiate Forms and Pages
Setting Page Properties
Working with Fields
Using Outlines
Shared Actions
Use of Color in a View
View Formulas
Profile Document
User Interface Design
Creating Replicas
Formulas to Manipulate Text Values
Translate and Validate Fields
Reserved Words
Field Validation
Interface with the User
Formulas that Work in Browsers
Database Report
Work with Loops
Access to Non-Domino Data
Display Performance
Error Handling
Profile Documents