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Script To Create A Connexion Document Into Local Address Book...

Here's an easy script to create a connexion document into local address book.
Sub Click(Source As Button)
On Error Goto ProcessError
Dim session As New notessession
Dim doc As notesdocument

'Find and set the local address book.
Forall db In session.addressbooks
If Lcase$(db.filename) = "names.nsf" Then
Call db.open("", "")
Set doc = db.createdocument
Exit Forall
End If
End Forall

'Provide the minimum required fields. Example:
doc.Form = "Connection"
doc.ConnectionType = "0"
doc.LanPortName = "TCPIP"
doc.Destination = "Destination Server"
doc.ConnectionRecordFirst = "1"
doc.OptionalNetworkAddress = "9.79.193.83"

'Compute the doc with his form to generate all the fields needed.
Call doc.computewithform(True, True)
Call doc.save(True, False)
Msgbox "Connexion document created.", 0, session.currentdatabase.title
Exit Sub

'Good luck in your projects!

ProcessError:
Print "Error " & Err() & " (" Erl() & ") " & Error()
Msgbox "Unable to create connexion document.", 48,
session.currentdatabase.title
Print
Exit Sub
End Sub

This was first published in November 2000

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