Notes Template

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Lotus Notes 5.x
Can anybody tell me what is a notes template and in what way it differs from the notes database?
ASKED: February 29, 2008  4:41 AM
UPDATED: March 11, 2008  10:17 PM

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Please read the help topic “<a href=”http://www-12.lotus.com/ldd/doc/domino_notes/6.5.1/help65_client.nsf/855dc7fcfd5fec9a85256b870069c0ab/ee256362fa2a3f1685256dff006215de?OpenDocument”>Notes Template</a>” in the Notes client help.

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  • Gbollard
    1. Filename: Templates generally end in NTF while databases end in NSF. 2. Database Properties: Templates usually have a template name set in their database properties. Databases usually have the "inherit from" field pointing to a template (or they have nothing). 3. Templates don't usually contain data (except test data). 4. You can create a database from a Template using File, Database, New... The only way you can create a new DB from an existing DB is to do File, Database, Copy. Other than that, there's no major differences and you can still do development work directly on the DB. I'd only recommend doing this for very small amounts of work on non-critical databases. Templates allow you to save several versions of the DB application and drop a new design (or rollback to an older one) using the File, Database, Replace Design menu option.
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