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Practical Magic with DXL

My Best-Practice-Track submission for Lotusphere didn't make it. However my development topic did. So I'm speaking in Orlando.
AD215: "Lotus Domino XML (DXL) allows you to extract information from your Notes database. Come to this session to learn a number of tips and tricks on how to use information to make your applications more functional and maintainable. For example, unification of the design of your views, separation of LotusScript from forms, comprehensive documentation for your applications are capabilities any developer would want. You'll also see how to use DXL to help generate XPages from existing design elements like forms and views. You'll leave this session with a number of new techniques on how to use this powerful tool. Attention: Contains Live Code!"


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