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- A single form to view and edit any Lotus Notes document
SearchDomino.com member Leonard Volovets explains how you can build a dynamic HTML form to view and edit Lotus Notes documents using a Web browser.
- Universal @Formula for converting list synonyms
Have you ever needed to use a list description and its synonym in different views? This universal @Formula script from SearchDomino.com member John Humphreys allows you to set a field with the description value of a list for later use.
- How to apply XSL style sheets to XML views
SearchDomino.com member Ben Rodway shares how to apply XSL style sheets to your XML views without the pain of creating several templates.
- Programmatically create a shortcut for Lotus Notes
When used in a form action, this code from SearchDomino.com member Jon Urwin will invite users to click a button, browse for a file, and then insert a shortcut to that file in a rich-text field. This is ideal for items like a Lotus Notes discussion database, because it provides an easy way for users to create a pointer to a shared file.
- Creating Microsoft Word documents from Lotus Notes
Learn how to create Microsoft Word documents from a back-end Lotus Notes database using Java code, courtesy of SearchDomino.com member Michael Marcavage. .
- Managing Lotus Notes doclinks with LotusScript
When working with numerous doclinks in a Notes/Domino application, it's easy to lose track of them. This LotusScript code from SearchDomino.com member Benoit Dubuc finds and validates all doclinks in a Lotus Notes database.
- How to protect your Lotus Notes application design
SearchDomino.com member Jim Mck explains how to hide your Lotus Notes database design, so no one can make design changes or copy your application's source code.
- Secure Microsoft Excel spreadsheets with LotusScript
Want to protect your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets from tampering? This LotusScript code from SearchDomino.com member Prasad Knair programmatically lets you secure a Microsoft Excel file with a password and prohibit what columns can be edited.
- Update Lotus Notes documents after an employee last-name change
After a last-name change, a Lotus Notes user may no longer have proper access to Lotus Notes documents because they still contain her old last name. This LotusScript utility from SearchDomino.com member Scott Huyser solves that problem. It automatically updates all documents in the Lotus Notes database with the employee's new last name.
- Easily implement attachment fields in a Web form using Formula
Using Formula language, SearchDomino.com member Tan Seng Chye outlines how to create multiple attachment fields in a Web form -- e.g., Requester and Approver.
- Converting Web pages to images using Java
Learn how you can use Java code to convert Web pages to images with the click of a button.
- Best practices for using the Lotus Notes WebQuerySave agent
SearchDomino.com member Sameer Thakur explains common pitfalls associated with using WebQuerySave agent and how to avoid them when validating data on a Lotus Notes form.