Friday, 27 April 2012

Integrating with IBM Lotus Symphony from Java/.Net/XPages applications

Following link contains the sample code to work with IBM Symphony via COM object. The same object can be called from Visual Studio as well. IBM LOTUS SYMPHONY ON MAC

Also, since Lotus Symphony is built on top of OpenOffice and supports ODF formats. I would suggest using ODF specific packages available on OpenOffice site. The output will be rendered correctly on Symphony.

There are Java and Lotuscript Toolkit available for Symphony related development:

The Lotuscript code which is very near to VB code or else can call the Java classes directly from the .Net code.

If someone wants to extend Lotus Symphony functionality, you can write extensions as well: