Convert/Migrate Lotus Notes Client Applications to Web

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Lotus Domino
Lotus Notes
I want to know if there is a tool that help in converting a Lotus Notes Client application into a Domino Web application. Thanks.

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(I deleted my previous answer, as I misread the question).

I don’t know that there is a tool specifically designed for this. However, if you had TeamStudio tools, such as Analyzer and/or Configurator, you could design filters to use in analysis that would find and report code that would not work in a Domino application. TeamStudio support would help you to devise the appropriate filters. I have also heard that Ytria tools are good, but don’t have exposure to them. You could ask each company to provide a proposal describing how their tools could be used to do this.

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  • Kirangatti
    There is a tool available to migrate LN client application to Web in just 2 clicks. You can find the details about the product here -> http://xencia.com/products_xen2web.html
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