Get Unread Docs

Here is how you can get unread docs in a database using th API.
Declare Function OSPathNetConstruct Lib "nlib.dll" ( Byval PortName$, Byval
ServerName$, Byval FileName$, Byval retPathName$)As Integer
Declare Function NSFDbOpen Lib "nnotes.dll" ( Byval PathName$, rethDB&)As
Declare Function IDScan Lib "nnotes.dll" (Byval hTable&, Byval fFirst%,
DWORD&)As Integer
Declare Function IDEntries Lib "nnotes.dll" (Byval hTable&)As Integer
Declare Function NSFDbGetUnreadNoteTable Lib "nnotes.dll" (Byval DBHANDLE&,
Byval UserName$, Byval UserNameLength%, Byval fCreateIfNotAvailable%,
rethUnreadList&)As Integer
Declare Function NSFDbUpdateUnread Lib "nnotes.dll" (Byval DBHANDLE&,Byval
UnreadList&) As Integer
Declare Sub NSFDbClose Lib "nnotes.dll" (Byval DBHANDLE&)
Declare Sub OSMemFree Lib "nlib.dll" (Byval Handle As Long)

Sub Initialize
Dim s As New notessession
Dim Ret#
Dim UName$

Msgbox "In the LOG.NSF file " & UName$ & " has " & Ret# & " Unread Docs "

End Sub

Function GetUnreadDocs(Server$,Database$,UserName$)As Long

Dim DBHND&, id&,ct&
Dim fFirst%
Dim retPathName$
Dim Status%
Dim Entries&

Status%=NSFDbGetUnreadNoteTable(DBHND&,UserName$,Len(UserName$), True,
Do While IDScan(hTable&,fFirst%,id&)
Print "DOC ID " & Hex$(id&) , Cstr(id&)
'This is where you should be able to use to set a notes document.
'Set doc = db.GetDocumentByID(Hex$(id&))
Call OSMemFree(hTable&)
Call NSFDbClose(DBHND&)

End Function

This was first published in November 2000

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