I believe that I need to put the code to implement this in the page's JSHeader; however, I don't know how to get the Web browser to interact with the Domino server. I have been reading about and experimenting with applets and servlets to know avail.
Any suggestions/advice/examples that you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
- If you want to avoid cookies, you could have users access the database by a link that launches an agent. (Or use a frameset and set the main content frame to launch a URL that triggers the agent.)
The agent can use LotusScript to check the security database in the background. If the user has not agreed to the security policy, the agent can launch the policy form. Otherwise, the agent can launch the database.
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