Lotus Notes Database – Application usage by users.

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How to see how many users are using a Database (Application) through WEB and NOTES?

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Lotus Notes Domino R7

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U may use IBM Lotus NotesSQL for this purpose ! Here is the <a href=”http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/products/notesdomino/notessql/”>Download</a>

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  • Coskunsanli
    write the following commmand in lotus domino consol " sh u "
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  • Sunnysachin
    Hi Coskunsali, Thanks for your reply. My server console wont display anything when I type "sh u". Can u brief it in detail. Thanks.
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  • Sunnysachin
    Hi Rechil, Thanks for your Reply. But is there any way to acheive this without using IBM Lotus NotesSQL? It would be helpful if any one help me (Suggest me something) in this. Thanks.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    The cconsole program is installed into Lotus Notes bin directory. To use this, invoke as an Administrator.... 1. Change the active directory to data directory. For eg. : cd ~/notes/data and again pass the command : /opt/lotus/bin/cconsole 2. Type path and file name of Notes user ID & supply password for Notes user ID and try out this commands one by one : show users or show transactions or show tasks or show server or show performance or show opendatabases Remember, to quit from here just type Done ! u can type help to see the all commands and their relevant utility. 4. To exit cconsole, type: done
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