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2005 season finally here

Finally the weather turned sunny and not quite as windly as before during Easter. This marked the start of the 2005 road biking season for me.

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Generic Lotus Notes export library

I finally got fed up writing ad-hoc export functions for applications so I have written a generic export library for Lotus Notes. The library is written in LotusScript and can be applied to any database.

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Team Studio Script Browser

This FREE add-on is a must have. It installs as a toolbar button and lets you browse all LotusScript classes and see where the classes are referenced.

Via benpoole.com --> Team Studio Script Browser

LotusScript class: FileWriter for R6.x

FileWriter class for Lotus Notes 6.x using the NotesStream class. The LineFileWriter sub-class writes each call to a new line.

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LotusScript class: LocationDocument

LotusScript class to get location documents from the users personal name- and address book (Personal NAB).

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SPOC Utility Agents

A couple of SPOC utility agents to copy companies, contacts and correspondance that doesn't exist in a source SPOC to the target SPOC.

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Disable auto-commit in DB2 from CLI

Auto-commit is by default enabled in the command line interface (CLI) of DB2. To disable auto-commit use the UPDATE COMMAND OPTIONS command:

update command options using c off
insert into some_table values (1, 'abc123');
commit

NABPerson

LotusScript base class for getting information about the active user from the Domino Directory.

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LotusScript class: FileWriter for R5.x

Simple LotusScript FileWriter capable of writing text to a text file on the disk for use in Lotus Notes / Domino R5.x.

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Most used technotes for Notes and Domino

Most used technotes for Lotus Domino --> IBM support.
Most used technotes for Lotus Notes --> IBM support.

Mylar

Super cool plugin for Eclipse that tracks which files you are using and presents these in special views for easy use.

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Fallback JavaScript library

At a customer we generate a custom menu on the intranet using a JavaScript library per user. Because errors in the menu generation sometimes occur it was important that the site had a minimal menu the user could use instead if their menu failed to generate hence the need for "fallback" JavaScript libraries.

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ReplaceSubstring in LotusScript

I wrote a ReplaceSubstring function in LotusScript. The function can handle arrays in the values it processes and the values it replaces.

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