• Creating and adding to multi-value fields within LotusScript

    It's a little bit tricky to create multi-value fields in LotusScript, particularly for a time-date or number field, but it can be done. SearchDomino.com contributor Chuck Connell explains how.

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  • Finding files and directories with LotusScript

    LotusScript provides a simple Dir$ command to check for the existence of a file or directory, but there are a few wrinkles you need to know about in order to use it correctly.

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  • Search Microsoft Active Directory with LotusScript

    Since many companies use both Lotus Notes and Microsoft, having the ability to search Active Directory from a Lotus Notes view can be helpful. This LotusScript searches AD without having to rely on a third-party driver.

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  • Copy attachments in LotusScript without detaching

    This procedure copies file attachments from the current Web document to an existing document.

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  • Look back in Java: The Java vs LotusScript opinion page

    Last year, SearchDomino.com asked several experts how LotusScript and Java played together in the real world of Lotus Domino development. On the eve of Lotusphere 2005, we thought it was worthwhile to revisit this discussion.

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  • Is it the end of the line for LotusScript?

    Despite assurances from IBM Lotus that LotusScript isn't going away, some developers think the writing is on the wall, and they're already starting to learn some new skills just in case.

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  • A flexible data export agent for Lotus Notes

    SearchDomino.com contributor Chuck Connell provides a LotusScript data export agent that allows Lotus Notes users to define any number of their own export configurations (field lists and output files) -- without programming.

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  • LotusScript error handling

    This tip provides some details about how to write proper error handling routines. It starts with an overview of theory and then presents an example that puts theory into practice.

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  • Customize the principal field of outgoing email messages

    Learn about different options using LotusScript code and Formula language to customize the principal field of outgoing Lotus Notes email messages.

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  • Printing a PDF file without using LotusScript shell function

    I am using the LotusScript shell function to print a PDF file. shell("AcroRd32.exe /p /h file.pdf") Is there another way to do that, not using "shell"?

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