Debug Lotus Notes documents using extracted data
two Lotus Notes documents don't work similarly, you might receive error messages. By using the LotusScript agent below, you can extract the following information from the documents and import it into a text file.
- The DocumentUniqueID(UnID) and the NotesID, which is used with the Admin Client to search
- Document size in bytes
- Fieldvalues such as Multivalue and Commaseparated
After extracting this information into a file, you can compare all items in the potentially corrupted Lotus Notes documents to accurately report errors.
Note: The file docitems.txt was created in C:TEMP.
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This was first published in August 2008
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