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Preferred LotusScript comment style
As previously mentioned I'm looking into starting development of LotusScript.doc version 2 and for that I'm also rethinking how comments are written when writing LotusScript. In version 1 of LotusScript.doc I have only supported a LotusScript'ified ...
20-Apr-2007
16:54:24
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Version 2
I'm starting to think of features and improvements for LotusScript.doc version 2 and was thinking what you had to say... What issues/problems do you have? What kind of features are you lacking? Please let me know so I might include them. Please send ...
16-Apr-2007
14:44:27
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Properties as top level members of script libraries
Is anyone actually using the possibility of defining a Property as a top level member in a LotusScript script library? Apparent you are able to define a property as a top level member of a script library just as it is possible with a Sub or Function. The ...
06-Apr-2007
16:59:29
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Beware of object scoping in Visual Basic
I'm doing some Visual Basic programming in Microsoft Word at the moment and spent some time on Friday trying to find out why all my objects (based on a Visual Basic class module) apparently had the same values. Apparently the following doesn't work: Dim ...
02-Apr-2007
10:27:07
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Anyone who have used the Deftype statement in LotusScript?
While looking for something completely else in the Domino Designer 7 Help I stumbled over the Deftype keyword. I find it hard to find any usage for it but then again I always code with Options Explicit/Declare and type all my variables but still... ...
22-Mar-2007
23:19:17
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Lotusphere 2007: The power of DXL (AD503)
Apart from being told that the DXL implementation in Notes/Domino 8 will be able to surface the source code and WSDL from web services the session was below my expectations. The fact that the source code of web services will be surfaced will make ...
23-Jan-2007
18:02:04
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Using OpenAudit to save my hair... :-)
Now that there won't be an OpenNTF session at Lotusphere 2007 I thought I would share how I just used Open Audit to implement auditing logging and hence save my hair... Furthermore I made to little hack in Open Audit that others might benefit from so I ...
07-Nov-2006
22:25:52
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AutoPurge for OpenLog
We are using the OpenLog logging framework written by Julian extensively in our applications but in logging intensive applications or when running with our custom DEBUG-level enabled you can generate a lot of logging documents. Cleaning these up should ...
16-Aug-2006
11:06:37
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Interesting technote on maximum execution time of LotusScript agents
I was quite surprised the read the snippet from the cited technote below but after thinking about it, it makes sense. How would the AMgr know beforehand how long time the agent would run and hence how to keep the Terminate event inside the maximum ...
20-Jun-2006
10:05:28
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The VIEW article published
Just had to post a plug for my new article in THE VIEW called "Extend the power of LotusScript with DXL and OOP"... :-) If you have an electronic subscription the article is available now. This article is much more technical than the first and ...
19-Jun-2006
21:27:14
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THE VIEW article: Extend the power of LotusScript with DXL and OOP
The second part of my articles on LotusScript.doc titled "Extend the power of LotusScript with DXL and OOP" will be out in the May/June issue of THE VIEW. The article is a great deal more technical and explains in-depth how the application is built using ...
16-Jun-2006
08:20:09
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XInclude
As previously mentioned I'm using external entities at present to redue the amount of dublicate data when sharing data among XML documents. A better choice than entities would be to use XInclude though it lacks browser support... :-(
09-Jun-2006
10:07:21
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Technote: How to access .Net classes from LotusScript
Via the Lotus Domino Support RSS feed: How to access .Net classes from LotusScript.
06-Jun-2006
07:13:47
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Rediscovering a lost gem - Stopwatch
There is nothing better on a Friday than to rediscover a lost code gem and then use it to quickly diagnose and solve a performance problem. Thanks to Burke LaShell for the code...
02-Jun-2006
08:36:21
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The small differences between Notes and COM sometimes matters
Had an example of this today when porting some LotusScript in Notes to VBA using COM to access Notes. In Notes the GetAllDocmentsByKey function of the NotesView class can take an array of parameters, the array being of any datatype (String, Integer ...
21-Apr-2006
21:02:10
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Validating XML when parsing with NotesSAXParser (23 Mar 2006)
In this installment of Show n' Tell Thursday I'm going to show how to validate XML while parsing with the SAX parser built into the LotusScript API. Technorati tags: Show-n-tell Thursday, SnTT
23-Mar-2006
07:44:37
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Is the lack of Java skills in the Notes/Domino developer community the Achilles' heel of IBM?
Yesterday Jack Dausman continued his discussion of the challenges facing the Notes/Domino developer with the move to the Eclipse framework (Open Innovation Trumps Monoculture Myopia). Looking at the situation Jacks conclusion is that an Eclipse based ...
21-Mar-2006
22:36:43
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: Export directly from a web agent to an Excel spreadsheet in landscape format (23 Feb 2006)
In this installment of Show n' Tell Thursday I'm going to show how to create an Excel spreadsheet from a web agent. The twist is that it is going to use some lesser known HTML attributes to allow you to set the page title and the page orientation. ...
23-Feb-2006
19:18:03
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Opening a database by replica id with failover - possible at all?
I'm trying to write some LotusScript to open a database in a clustered environment using the replica id. It seems impossible using the standard LotusScript API since the methods supporting this is simply missing. Where is the OpenWithFailover-met...
22-Feb-2006
06:53:08
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The VIEW article published
I'm very proud of myself (I'm patting myself on the back as I write this)... :-) My very first article has been published in The VIEW this month and I didn't even get to be the first to blog about it. Jens Polster beat me to it... Jens - thank ...
07-Feb-2006
20:41:32

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