It's since some years that i build PDF files "Server Side" from Lotus Domino applications both on Notes Client and Web without using any extra commercial application.The actual Lotus Symphony hasn't the full support of OpenOffice API so i am sure that on the future it will be in that ...
I wish we have a programming API to access and edit the mail database, the
personal address book and the Domino Directory
The API must support LotusScript and Java.
It is not professional to create a document with field and than find ...
As far as I know, there is no way to set a RichText field to automatically "PassThruHTML" its content on save.
This becomes necessary when you use a web RichText-editor like FCKEditor, Tiny HTML Editor, etc.
The workaround is to do this on WebQuerySave ...
In the left designer pane alla recent applications are automatically added, this is a real pain if you are developing applications with different ID's as Domino Designer tries to contact all servers that are listed in this recent bookmark list when started.
Since R5 I have removed each database ...
I'd like a button to clean up the designer bookmarks (=delete all of them)...
They're messed up all the time and I'm usually using "Go To Designer" feature in the client workspace anyway.
If there was a feature to clean it up, I wouldn't have to be ...
It would be nice to have 'Save as draft' command which should Suppress all field validations while saving as draft.
IBM Worklight shoud be integrated into Notes Designer also, and should have support to access Domino databases. So, it can be used to develop native mobile applications with Domino databases behind.
Now that we are able to use source control it would be great if we could integrate that with Rational Jazz Team Concert and use its repository for source control. This way there would be great value in using Rational tools for software development within Lotus Domino/Notes.
This is applicable to the Notes and Administrator clients too, but I only get to pick one IdeaSpace. :(
As a 'relatively' new entrant to Notes design and administration (I've only been doing it for a few years off and on), I'm incredibly frustrated by the poor learning materials ...
Ok, so here is a "reverse" idea .... I'm looking for some feedback. We, as a company, purchased the rights to DNotes a few years ago. If you aren't familiar with it, its a Delphi Native VCL ... its got both visual and non-visual components, and its built upon the ...
When you do the same SQL query from the DB2 command prompt (returning 200000 fields), it takes only 5 seconds, but when you do it from an Domino 8 Query View it takes 30 seconds. If IBM doesn't fix this, it's OK, and brings 3rd party vendors a new possibility ...