I'm trying to develop a simple new application. The problem is, the user can only access it through the Web; the user does not have a Lotus Notes client.
There is a Microsoft Excel file stored on the user's local machine. The user has to open a document stored in a Lotus Notes database and click a button on that document. The user must be able to select exactly where the .XLS file is. Then, the data stored in the .XLS file should be exported to the Lotus Notes document.
Could you please help, perhaps provide a little code example?
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