I think you'll find an LEI activity (replication or virtual fields, probably, depending on your requirements) will be both easier to implement because no coding is needed -- you just fill in forms -- and it's faster to execute. The speed comes about because:
- LEI uses native database drivers instead of ODBC or JDBC.
- LEI accesses the Notes C API directly instead of going through a Java front-end.
- LEI is written in C++ to run in your processor's machine language, whereas even compiled Java is "virtualized" and therefore slower.
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