I've found a way to embedded multiple views. It appears that the limitation is on the Designer client not the server. The server will serve as many embedded views as you add. The trick is to use Pass-thru HTML on your form/page and the java applet for views. The easiest way to do this is embedded the view you want on a page, view the applet source in your browser, copy it and paste it as html onto your form/page. This is the simplest way to get the correct ViewUnid and Cache_id parameters. This also allows you to embed views from other database. Below is a sample applet code ...
<APPLET NAME="view" CODE="lotus.notes.apps.viewapplet.ViewApplet.class" CODEBASE="/domjava" ARCHIVE="nvapplet.jar" ALT="MyView" WIDTH=560 HEIGHT=175>
<PARAM NAME="cabbase" VALUE="nvapplet.cab">
<PARAM NAME="Database" VALUE="Mydirectory/MyFile.nsf">
<PARAM NAME="ViewName" VALUE="(MY VIEW)">
<PARAM NAME="PanelStyle" VALUE="LINE_BORDER">
<PARAM NAME="ViewUNID" VALUE="FB4C3567FD35BCAE852569A30009D204">
<PARAM NAME="ShowScrollbars" VALUE="TRUE">
<PARAM NAME="Expand" VALUE="TRUE">
<PARAM NAME="bgColor" VALUE="FFFFFF">
<PARAM NAME="cache_id" VALUE="852571BA013618CD">
<PARAM NAME="RestrictToCategory" VALUE="MY KEY">
<PARAM NAME="locale" VALUE="en">
<PARAM NAME="IconPath" VALUE="/icons">
This was first published in February 2001
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