A better sandbox – Building a Domino environment for testing 
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: Ray Bilyk799 26 Sep 2008
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Suggested Track: Show ‘n Tell Sessions

Session Abstract/Description:
If you want to try out applications without possibly crashing your production environment, then this is for you! This hands-on session will show you how to set up a Domino environment for testing. We’ll show you how to install Lotus Notes and Domino, how to set up multiple users and how to switch between them. We’ll even show you how to properly test applications using some found on OpenNTF and how to ‘reset your sandbox’.

1) Gregg Eldred8655 (27 Sep 2008)
I am sure that you thought of this, but will you also show it on VMware (or similar)?
2) Ray Bilyk799 (27 Sep 2008)
You almost have to... Based on these type of sessions, I would expect to use some sort of virtual machine.


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