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Group databases under a workspace similar to Iphone
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Enable the ability to group databases by dragging one database icon into another. This will automatically create a graphic "folder" for them which you can apply a name to.
(30 Jan 2012)
I like the concept but you have to handle the concept of stacked replicas on the desktop. The code would need to either completely decouple them or work to ensure that the Rep IDs are unique before creating the folder, else, stack them. Could work, or would it just create a new tab? How would you display a folder on a workspace tab when there are no levels associated with it? How does the user know where they are? Do you allow nested folders? How does the Lotusscript object model change when working with the workspace? There are a lot of facets to making this change. Not sure how well it will actually play-out on the usability and development side.
As an admin, really won't matter to us.
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