I need to open a document from the Web in database A (unauthenticated) and when a user saves the document, it should save to database B only (not A). A only contains the document for unauthenticated Web access. Database B is an authenticated database that controls internal user access. How do I open a document in database A, but save to B? And how do I overcome authentication of database B while saving the document in LotusScript?
The simplest solution is to save the document in database A where the user has access to wave the document. Then have a background agent that has permissions to create the documents in database B. Copy the document to database B, verify it is there and then delete the document from database A.
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