Performing this operation from a Notes form is relatively straightforward if the form has all of the settings required by the RegisterNewUser parameters. Otherwise, you will have to add new fields to the form, prompt for the additional settings or write static options into the code itself.
If you want to pick out these settings from a spreadsheet, that's only more complex by virtue of having to access the spreadsheet first and then looping through the rows and cells to retrieve your registration options.
The following example is from Designer help.
This agent registers JYIP.ID with CERT.ID.Sub Initialize Dim session As New NotesSession Dim reg As New NotesRegistration dt = Datenumber(Year(Today)+1, Month(Today), Day(Today)) reg.RegistrationServer = "AceOne" reg.CreateMailDb = False reg.CertifierIDFile = "c:\NotesAdministrator\cert.id" reg.Expiration = dt reg.IDType = ID_HIERARCHICAL reg.MinPasswordLength = 5 ' password strength reg.IsNorthAmerican = True reg.OrgUnit = "AceHardwareNE" reg.RegistrationLog = "log.nsf" reg.UpdateAddressBook = True reg.StoreIDInAddressBook = True Call reg.RegisterNewUser("Yip", _ ' last name "c:\NotesAdministrator\jyip.id", _ ' file to be created "CN=Mail_AceOne/O=AceHardware", _ ' mail server "Jimmy", _ ' first name "", _ ' middle initial "AceHardware", _ ' certifier password "", _ ' location field "", _ ' comment field "jyip.nsf", _ ' mail file "", _ ' forwarding domain "AceHardware", _ ' user password NOTES_DESKTOP_CLIENT) ' user type End Sub
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