You could open the DB in Notes Designer. – Create a view and see what’s in the documents.
You could also link to it from an Microsoft Access Externally linked table – needs NOTES SQL ODBC from IBM.
David Vasta Said –
I would say yes and no. It depends on the DB, First if the DB is located on a Domino Server and you HTTP running you should be able to hit it with a browser. I say should be since some DBs dont translate well to HTTP but most simple DBs will.
http”//[SERVER IP OR NAME]/FOLDER1/FOLDER2/databasename.nsf
Since Lotus DBs are a mix of Data and Application then you need to have Notes to open them. If you have a Lotus Domino 7 Server and DB Installed then you can convert the Domino DB to a DB2 Database and ODBC it from there.
You have many options here but the best approch would be to use a Lotus Notes Client.
Just let me know if you need more info on the topic.