Domino Designer / xml 


Let SearchView return XML, JSON

: Domino Designer
: xml, searchview, search, ftsearch, web
Tommy Valand2703 - 11 2007 / (1)
The title more or less speaks for itself.

Let us do:
h t t p ://

h t t p ://

URL Command to get the XML representation of a notes document

: Domino Designer
: xml, web
Rajeev Menon3439 - 17 2007 / (0)

Just like the view?readviewentries URL Command, I would like to have a URL Command to retrieve the XML representation of a Notes Document. For example: 

h t t p : / /


add a grid view design element

: Domino Designer
: ui, xml, multi-value
Slawek Rogulski9372 - 16 2007 / (0)
I am thinking of your stock standard grid view control/widget. In Notes this design element could be used for displaying and editing multiple documents. So instead of embedding a catgegorized view showing only one of the categories this element could do the same but also allow easy editing of the ...

Implement Javascript 1.8 and E4X in the forthcoming Javascript/JVM engine

: Domino Designer
: javascript, xml
Dan Sickles1725 - 26 2007 / (0)
It's clear from Lotsusphere abstract AD208 that the Javscript on JVM engine that we knew from Workplace Designer will be in a future version of Notes. This will include the Notes back end classes and Eclipse/Expeditor UI classes. I don't know what version of Javascript/ECMAScript is supported so here ...

Write a DXL to XSL-FO Stilesheet to print to PDF PS PCL ecc. ecc.

: Domino Designer
: xml, pdf, print, fop, xsl-fo
Luca Perico523 - 22 2008 / (0)
Using XSL-FO we can standardize the printing method for Domino.
We can print trasparently and clean from client, fom WEB , from Notes server (think to fax server), without trics.
We can also send an XSL-FO external render engine.
Hi to all !

Objectified XML in Lotusscript

: Domino Designer
: lotusscript, xml
Dan Sickles1725 - 01 2007 / (0)
Access XML in notes items via native lotusscript:
custname = doc.body.customers[2].@name
zip = doc.body.customers[2].address.zipcode

forall state in  doc.body.customer..state
end forall
or similar.
This is doable now with dxl and e4x(Firefox, Rhino) or groovy. It would blur ...

Lotus Notes Data as XML Source

: Domino Designer
: xml, openware, user define
Sivaram Athmakuri223 - 03 2009 / (1)
IBM supports Open standards for most of it's products. In today's scenario, Lotus Notes solutions need to co exist with other enterprise solutions such as ERP, Portal etc.
IBM need to provide a new design element XML Data source.
It should allow the developers to choose the

Implement an XPath based selection API for LotusScript like in JDom

: Domino Designer
: lotusscript, xml
Axel Janssen6869 - 05 2007 / (0)
In the openSource Java JDom API we can select XML-Nodes based in XPath expressions. As of Java6 there is also a jdk-api, which provides the same thing (to tired to look up for the name now). This can be VERY usefull, if you want to parse a fixed set of ...

Pull-parsing XML API for Lotusscript

: Domino Designer
: lotusscript, xml, parser
Dan Sickles1725 - 05 2007 / (0)
And a lightweight lazy pull-parsing XML API to handle large XML Stax in java or elementtree in python. DOM and SAX are great to have but are rarely what I need. Please make enormous, huge and exceedingly large XML files easy for us.


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