The Novell Teaming 2.0 Developer Guide present ways to extend the functionality of Teaming 2.0. The guide is divided into the following sections:
This guide is intended for programmers who want to write extensions for Teaming 2.0.
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You can find more information in the Novell Teaming documentation, which is accessible from links within Novell Teaming:
Novell Teaming Help system
Novell Teaming Quick Start
Novell Teaming User Guide
Novell Teaming Advanced User Guide
Novell Teaming Installation Guide
Novell Teaming Administration Guide
To access the Novell Teaming Help system, log in to the Teaming site, then click the icon (question mark), then click a yellow Help spot for context-sensitive help.
To access the Novell Teaming guides from within Teaming, click the icon (question mark), then click .
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