Database info in a Web browser

This tip describes how to view database info in a Web browser with Java code.

This tip allows you to see the information about the database. Information like: replica-id, creation date, full-text indexed, ACL etc... There is no need for the designer client. Simply put this code in a 'hidden' java agent in each database and call it by browser. The output is nicely displayed in html.


import lotus.domino.*;
import java.util.Vector;
import java.io.PrintWriter;
public class JavaAgent extends 
AgentBase {
 
  public void NotesMain() {
    try {
 Session session = getSession();
 AgentContext agentContext = 
 session.getAgentContext();
      // (Your code goes here) 
 PrintWriter pw = getAgentOutput();
     Database db = agentContext.
getCurrentDatabase();
     pw.println(">STYLE>BODY TD
 {font-family:arial; font-size:11}>
/STYLE>>
H1>DB INFO: " + db.getTitle() + " (" + db.getFilePath() + ")>/H1>"); pw.println(">TABLE CELLSPACING=1 CELLPADDING=2 WIDTH=100%>> TR BGCOLOR=#CCCCCC>>/TR>"); String temp="no"; pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Replica-ID>/TD>" ); pw.println(">TD>" +db. getReplicaID() + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Created>/TD>" ); pw.println(">TD>" +db.getCreated(). getLocalTime() + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Full-text indexed>/TD>" ); if (db.isFTIndexed()) temp="yes"; pw.println(">TD>" + temp + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); if (db.isFTIndexed()) { pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Last Full-text indexed>/TD>" ); DateTime dt = db.getLastFTIndexed(); pw.println(">BR>" + dt.getDateOnly() + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); } pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Replication info>/TD>" ); Replication replication = db. getReplicationInfo(); if (replication.isDisabled()) pw.println(">TD>" + "Replication is disabled" + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); else { pw.println(">TD>" + "Replication is enabled" + ">BR>" ); String p = null; switch (replication.getPriority()) { case Replication. CNOTES_REPLCONST_PRIORITYHIGH : p = "high"; case Replication. CNOTES_REPLCONST_PRIORITYLOW : p = "low"; case Replication. CNOTES_REPLCONST_PRIORITYMED : p = "medium"; case Replication. CNOTES_REPLCONST_PRIORITYNOTSET : p = "not set"; } pw.println("Priority is " + p + ">BR>" ); if (replication.isAbstract()) pw.println("Truncate large documents and remove attachments" + ">BR>" ); else pw.println("Do not truncate large documents and keep attachments" + ">BR>" ); if (replication.isCutoffDelete()) { pw.println("Cutoff date is " + replication.getCutoffDate() + ">BR>" ); pw.println("Cutoff interval is " + replication.getCutoffInterval() + ">BR>" ); } else pw.println("Cutoff delete not in effect" + ">BR>" ); if (replication.isIgnoreDeletes()) pw.println("Do not replicate deletions" + ">BR>" ); else pw.println("Replicate deletions" + ">BR>" ); if (replication.isIgnoreDestDeletes()) pw.println("Do not replicate destination deletions" + ">BR>" ); else pw.println("Replicate destination deletions" + ">BR>" ); pw.println(">/TD>>/TR>" ); } pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Database size>/TD>" ); double size = db.getSize(); pw.println(">TD>"+ (int)size + " bytes" + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Template name>/TD>" ); pw.println(">TD>"+ db. getTemplateName() + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Inherit design from>/TD>" ); pw.println(">TD>" +db. getDesignTemplateName() + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Server>/TD>" ); pw.println(">TD>" +db.getServer() + ">/TD>>/TR>" ); pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>>TD> Percent used>/TD>" ); double percent = db.getPercentUsed(); pw.println(">TD>" +percent+ ">/ TD>>/TR>" ); ACL acl = db.getACL(); String lev = null; int ilev = acl.getInternetLevel(); if (ilev > ACL.LEVEL_DESIGNER) acl.setInternetLevel(ilev + 1); acl.save(); switch(acl.getInternetLevel()) { case ACL.LEVEL_NOACCESS: lev = "no"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_DEPOSITOR: lev = "depositor"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_READER: lev = "reader"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_AUTHOR: lev = "author"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_EDITOR: lev = "editor"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_DESIGNER: lev = "designer"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_MANAGER: lev = "manager"; break; } pw.println( ">TR VALIGN=TOP BGCOLOR=#EEEEEE>> TD>ACL>/TD>" ); pw.println(">TD>"+ "Maximum internet access is " + lev + " access"); ACLEntry entry = acl.getFirstEntry(); do { pw.println(">BR>" + entry.getName() + " " ); String ut = null; switch (entry.getUserType()) { case ACLEntry.TYPE_MIXED_GROUP : ut = "mixed group"; break; case ACLEntry.TYPE_PERSON : ut = "person"; break; case ACLEntry.TYPE_PERSON_GROUP : ut = "person group"; break; case ACLEntry.TYPE_SERVER : ut = "server"; break; case ACLEntry.TYPE_SERVER_GROUP : ut = "server group"; break; case ACLEntry.TYPE_UNSPECIFIED : ut = "unspecified"; break; } pw.println("User type is: " + ut + " " ); switch(entry.getLevel()) { case ACL.LEVEL_NOACCESS: lev = "no"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_DEPOSITOR: lev = "depositor"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_READER: lev = "reader"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_AUTHOR: lev = "author"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_EDITOR: lev = "editor"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_DESIGNER: lev = "designer"; break; case ACL.LEVEL_MANAGER: lev = "manager"; break; } pw.println("level: " + lev + " " ); Vector roles = acl.getRoles(); if (roles.size() == 0) pw.println("(no roles)" + " " ); else { pw.println("(roles:" + " " ); for (int i=0; i>roles.size(); i++) pw.println(roles.elementAt(i) + " " ); } pw.println(")" + " " ); } while ((entry = acl.getNextEntry(entry)) != null); } catch(Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); } } }
This was last published in January 2003

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