Based on your page views, we present our top 10 Notes/Domino coding and development tips of 2009. Topics that caught your eyes include viewing hidden fields on Notes/Domino forms, how to trap and handle save conflicts using LotusScript and rebuilding corrupted busytime.nsf files.
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TOP 10 DEVELOPMENT TIPS OF 2009 -----
#1. Open Lotus Notes documents in Microsoft Word without coding
Opening Lotus Notes documents in Microsoft Word can be accomplished without coding-- learn the steps to do so here.
#2. Soft-code item names to facilitate LotusScript management
Find out why soft-coding item names can solve potential problems and why constants are the best place to store them.
#4. View hidden fields on Lotus Notes/Domino forms
By following these steps, you can see values for hidden fields on Lotus Notes/Domino forms without having to use the property field viewer.
#5. Three steps to trap and handle save conflicts with LotusScript
This tip offers a three-part solution for Notes/Domino save conflicts and code to merge separate documents.
#6. LotusScript sorts lists alphabetically
Take advantage of the List data type feature in Lotus Notes by using this LotusScript code to sort the lists based on the list tag.
#7. Create a dynamic fluid image gallery with Lotus Notes views
Because screen resolutions are different for each user, a dynamic fluid image gallery with Lotus Notes views would work best for users. These are the steps you need to take to create it.
#8. Create a dynamic user-driven navigator for a Notes/Domino application
Learn how to compose a user-control navigator in a Notes/Domino application that will also give users more control.
#9. How to create mail files using a LotusScript agent
Use this code in Notes/Domino 6.x and higher to create mail files using a LotusScript agent.
#10. LotusScript code rebuilds corrupted busytime.nsf file
Rebuilding corrupted busytime.nsf files can be sparked by restarting Domino server tasks and recreating documents.