The LSX toolkit, which you can download from the Lotus Web site, contains tools and documentation that shows how to create your own LSX libraries. However, from your talk of "exporting" the code, it sounds like you want to turn your LotusScript code into an LSX. Your LSX source code would actually need to be in C or C++; LotusScript can't be compiled into an LSX. It's much easier to reuse LotusScript code by making it into a script library or an include file, since that doesn't require installation on each workstation that runs the code!
Dig Deeper on LotusScript
Have a question for an expert?
Please add a title for your question
Get answers from a TechTarget expert on whatever's puzzling you.