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This LotusScript code shows how to sort a Lotus Notes document collection in ascending order using a specified field (text/date/number) as the key. The code is customizable, so you can easily change it to meet your needs.
SearchDomino.com member Nithya K. shares a LotusScript code equivalent of @DBLookup and @DBColumn for Lotus Notes that doesn't decrease Domino Server performance.
There are a lot of things you can accomplish using the List data type in Lotus Notes. But it doesn't allow you to sort objects alphabetically. This LotusScript code will do the trick.
A CompTIA study shows managed print services providers see opportunity in the managed print services market, even as the number of printer shipments declines worldwide.
Cisco Sourcefire-ASA integration creates a next-generation firewall with IPS and advanced threat protection built in. The integration also ties ASA firewalls to Sourcefire's endpoint security product.
There's a lot of hype about continuous deployment in DevOps circles, but it can be disastrous if the right culture and organization aren't in place.
A LotusScript date time can either be a date, a time or both.
Using the Instr function can help to find the first occurrence of a string from the left. However, if you want to find the first occurrence from the right, you can use this LotusScript code.
NetApp says select customers can buy its FlashRay all-flash array, which includes inline dedupe and compression but is still a one-node configuration.