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by Cathy Bannon

eBook Clp Training Guide: Lotus Notes download ISBN: 0789715058
Author: Cathy Bannon
Publisher: New Riders Pub (January 1, 1998)
Language: English
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Networking and Cloud Computing

This comprehensive training guide contains everything you need to completely prepare for the Certified Lotus Professional exams. CLP Training Guide: Lotus Notes helps you stay on the cutting edge by taking advantage of the experience and expertise of the masters.

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Comments: (7)
Purebinder
I just took (and passed, yea!) exams AD1, 2, and SA1. I prepared with this book and the McGraw Hill "Lotus Notes Certification Guide", oh, and 3 years application development experience too.
This book has a lot of information. But, I think if your immediate goal is to pass the tests in order to prove you know something about Notes, there is too much information to absorb. The McGraw Hill book does a better job of targeting what the tests require. While I'm all for learning everything you can about Notes, the best way to do that it to use it (create apps, and/or administer Notes users/networks/servers). I found the explanations in this book to be too deep - too much for the tests, which aren't that deep really. Unfortunately I found the tests concentrated on rather unimportant aspects of Notes; e.g., shared mail. Bottom line is the McGraw Hill book focuses on the obscure things on the test, while this book (to it's credit) tries to tell you everything about Notes.
In particular, I found the explanations of certificates, domains, networks, to be too complicated compared to the McGraw Hill book, which did a simpler job of it.
Ideally, you'd have both books.
I also recommend reading about 1 exam's worth of stuff, then immediately taking the exam. Don't wait or you'll have to read it again. Don't more than one exam at a sitting either - I did and almost blew the AD2 exam while nearly acing the SA1 exam - which was the last thing I read.
Mardin
Overall I think that this is a great book. You can tell that the authors clearly know the subject matter from the content. This book has clear and concise information covering all 4 exams. The only problem is the editing errors. There are several misplaced figures throughout the book. Even the Table of Contents lists boths parts of the book as System Administration when in reality the last 60% of the book is devoted to Application Development. Even with these mistakes, I found this book invaluable when studying for the exams. Hopefully the authors will followup with an electives study guide.
Erthai
Pros: 1)This book prepared me to pass three exams on the first try. I thought it explained all the necessary material in a clear manner. 2)I found the 'Study Guide' section of the cd-rom especially helpful as it was configurable and allowed me to focus specifically on the areas I was having difficulty with.
Cons: 1)Errors on questions on the cd-rom were especially frustrating as I would waste significant ammounts of time before realizing that it was their error rather than my own. 2)The book's format makes it difficult to determine which parts are on which test.
One word of caution: After seeing the same questions several times on the practice tests, I found that my rising scores were as much attributed to my memorization of the sequence of answer choices as it was my actual learning of the content. To avoid such false assurances, it's too bad practice tests such as this don't shuffle in random false answers with each run, or at least change the order of them. Oh well.
Overall, I consider the book to be a necessary resource. Before one of the tests, I also purchased a download from Self Test Software. Their questions seemed to be closer to the ones on the exam and I scored three questions better than my average on the other tests. But for the extra money I don't know if it's worth it, seeing that the cost to re-take a failed test is not much more than that. Good luck to all.
Uthergo
I went through chapters 11-17 in this book in two weeks and passed the AD1 test on my first try. It really helps if you bring some knowledge of Notes to the table, but Bannon and Maione do a better than average job of presenting technical info in a way that's neither too dry and just fluff. If you're a geek like me you might actually enjoy reading this book.
Lightbinder
I passed the SA1 Exam by studying this book without doing any preptest, even not the questions on the CD. The score was just a pass. I belive the best way to use this book would be. 1. Find the errata and correct them. 2. Take notes off the book if you can not bare with the mess after correction. 3. Find Prep Exams that you can get to refresh some key areas. Then, you will be ready for the exam. e.g. what's the home server really mean? COM port settings in the Notes.ini? etc. especially for SA1. You need to do 22 out of 34 correct answers to pass the SA 1 exam within 60 min. I am still using this book to study SA2 and AD1. But I will do more prep exam before the real one.
Kajishakar
Highly recommend this book for exam preparation. This book will help you focus on the materials necessary for the particular exams and leave you well prepared. Your exam prep should also include practice exams. Can't recommend the CD one way or the other, because after having read the other reviews I used SelfTest software for the practice exams instead.
I bought this book solely to help me prepare for the CLP exams, which it did. However, it was a little irritating that the chapters weren't organized by test content. This book was very poorly edited, but that seems to be the trend in most exam prep books, including the MCSE series.
I'm sure I'll continue to use this book as a reference guide from now on. It presented some things much better than the Lotus documentation ever did.
Onetarieva
After seeing that the average number of stars given for this book is 4 I am left wondering whether I have a completely different version on my hands. It is bad enough that the book wasn't edited properly before release - a 28 page errata is available on their internet site - but there are also numerous technical faults that leave me qestioning the information I read. I am about to sit the final exam in my CLP. On reflection I would have been better off downloading documentation from the Lotus site (as I ended up doing) and paying for dedicated exam CDs instead of buying this book To add insult to injury the publishers suggest that they are interested in feedback as part of continuous improvement. I emailed them 6 weeks ago - still no response.