Is it possible to share a LotusScript library between different databases?

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Would it be possible to create a LotusScript library in one database and then be able to access it through another database? I don't want to simply copy the library into each database that needs to use it. I'm trying to achieve a single location so I can update the library and not have to manually do it by copying over each database. So I've come up with this: Creating an agent to copy the library out of all the databases whenever it's updated. Would something like that work? If so, what's the process here?

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You could create a database that is just a repository of the code you want to share and then mark it as a template.  The databases that need to use that code could then be based on that template (or their templates could be based on that template), but have all the rest of the database design added.  IIRC, in version 7, the full mail database was based on the dwa7 template, which was based on a simple mail template.  Same concept.

 

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