I would like the 64GB limit on NSF and DB2NSF databases to be greatly increased. This limit has been in place since 5.0 and it causes serious problems for large and complex applications. Our web applications store hundreds of GB of medical data (mostly XML and other structured text formats) and ...
Sometimes my users delete a document in a DB and after that they couldn´t remember that they have deleted it. So I would have the option to see which person deleted a document. Maybe in the DB Access log or somewhere else.
A multi-threaded update / Indexer task which does more in parallel than multiple update tasks!
WebDAV is currently only supported for design documents. Why not be able to use WebDAV as a protocol to create, edit and delete Notes documents? We could enrich our mashed up user experience with a cool Notes database integration in the Explorer.
Why does Lotus Domino suffer from incomplete ...
I don't know about the rest of you, but I find Activity Logging and Activity Trends to be a really useful feature. Unfortunately, since it was introduced in 6 (or was it 6.5?) there have been very little updates to it, other than making the Tivoli Analyzer free in 7....
Ever accidentally deleted a database? It can't be that hard to use the Recycle Bin on Windows Platforms instead of effecting an irriversible file system deletion.
This should occur at the API level so that all methods of deleting databases use the OS recycle bin if available.