IBM releases Domino V10.0.1,  which is the first release since the big Version 10 release in September. Even though there has only been added a “.1” to this version, a lot of things have happened. 

There has been much rejoicing in this holiday season for Notes and Domino. Domino V10.0.1. has been released and here are some of the things that have been added. As IBM says, Domino is the gift that keeps giving.

Over 200 corrections and updates have been since the release of the two beta versions. Notes 10.0 for Apple MacOS has been upgraded with built-in IBM JVM (Java engine).

With this new version and the forthcoming sales of IBM Notes / Domino ro HCL technologies IBM has really prepared to give the product a solid push forward. At Gravgaard & Co we’re very exited about both the coming sale and the new version of Domino.

Panagenda MarvelClient Essentials is now a standard piece of Notes

From version 10.0.1 IBM Notes contains panagenda MarvelClient Essentials. Panagenda MarvelClient Essentials are designed to help administrators retrieve information about installations of IBM Notes. This information could be focused on users that run single vs multiple user clients, uses  ICAA or works on a Mac or which Notes clients and fix packs that are currently in use.

IBM Domino AppDev Pack gives Node.js in Domino

IBM Domino AppDev Pack makes it possible for any JavaScript developer to combine Domino with Node.js and JavaScript for full stack web development. JavaScript and Domino developers can improve, integrate and easily build new applications using Domino-data and Domino Query Language (DQL).

With Domino V10.0.1 the following products have been updated with new features and corrections.

  • IBM Domino 10.0.1
  • IBM Domino Designer 10.0.1
  • IBM Notes 10.0.1
  • IBM Traveler 10.0.1
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1
  • IBM Mail Add-in 2.0.2.8 (IMSMO Client)
  • IBM Client Application Access 2.0.1
  • IBM Domino AppDev Pack 1.0
  • IBM Verse On-Premises V1.0.6
  • IBM Domino Community Server Non-Production
  • IBM Notes Community Client Non-Production

For more information about IBM Domino and IBM Notes, see IBM’s Software Announcement 218-516, dated 9. October 2018.