Is it possible to merge two .NSF files in Lotus Notes?

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We've already made our own .NSF file using "mail85.ntf" and we've added new content into the new file. What happens now is that it calls a Java agent when an action button is pressed. Here's our question: Would we be able to merge this .NSF file with an existing .NSF file? Would that be possible in Lotus Notes? Thanks so much

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  • Stiletto
    It is not clear to me what you mean by "merge."  Do you want one NSF to be based on the design of the other so that it includes the new agent functionality?
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  • Abushahd

    Please give some more details about your question .

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  • clark445kent

    Hi,

    If your “own stuff” involves design changes, then you give your Database a template name and refresh the other DB from your database by the using of DESIGN-REFRESH (Not DESIGN-REPLACE). The design changes will then be in both databases.

    If your "own stuff" has to do with documents, then you can use copy/paste to move the ones you want from one DB to the other. If there a lot of them, then LotusScript NotesDatabase. All Document. CopyToDatabase (tragetDB) will move them with less manual action.

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