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Recycle bin for designer? 
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: Patrick Kwinten22008 30 May 2008
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Maybe this is so simple, you would not think of it.
 
Would it be great to be able to restore deteled design elemens (views, forms, pages, etc) from a recycle bin?
 
I never seen it in all those years of Notes development....



1) Axel Janssen5023 (30 May 2008)
In other dev-environments you get that feature by versioning systems like cvs, svn or Rational clear case. Lotus should better try to integrate those instead of createing a proprietary solution on its own.
2) Kerr Rainey3855 (30 May 2008)
@1, Agreed. Also with any luck designer 8.5 will use eclipse's local history, which has dug me out of a few holes in the past.
3) Christian Heroe533 (30 May 2008)
I would keep me from saying Doh!! several times a day. :-)
4) Morten Clausen421 (31 May 2008)
@1&2: In short, if Lotus would finally make the Designer a real IDE... :-)
5) Andy Harris759 (07 Jun 2008)
Integration with CVS, ClearCase or any other such versioning plugin available for the Eclipse platform would be much more useful.
6) Patrick Kwinten22008 (11 May 2011)
Status changed to Withdrawn










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