I've just finished plugging an e-commerce gateway in to an existing Domino website. To do this I added some fields to a standard Domino Form and then ran a Java WQS Agent when it saved to communicate directly, server-to-server, with Authorize.net.
Nothing particularly ground-breaking in what I did, but there were a few gotchas, which made it tricky. Also, for the non-Java-heads it's would be a little harder than you might expect.
A couple of years ago this would have been the kind of thing I'd have written a How-To article on. Now, I'm just not sure whether it's worth my time. It would take a good couple of hours (probably more) to write a decent-length how-to, complete with screenshots. Before I do that I need to know it's worth it.
The thing that's making me wonder this is not just whether people still read this site, but whether there are still people doing old-school non-XPages Domino development out there.
So, time for a survey: