A new version of the "LotusScript Gold Collection" toolkit is available on openntf.org. It includes the much requested NotesGroupManager library which used to be in the Lotus Sandbox, and a way to call Notes C API functions without having to check which OS you're using before each call. The latter might not work on all servers, but the problem has been reported to the LotusScript team in development. It works great on all clients (and you could easily make a server version, it's just not as efficient as you must load the classes for all supported OS instead of using dynamic loading).
And, if you're interested in the doing of my alter ego, Tyler Tork, you can read a Halloween tale on my other blog (link on right).
Design changes during SmartCloud Notes migration
Mon, Feb 24th 2014 11:00a Andre Guirard We've been having a problem with one customer who was migrating their on-premises mail users into SmartCloud Notes, because they ade a mail template change in their on-premises environment after giving us "staging" replicas of some users' mail files. The DESIGN task on the users' on-premises servers updated their mail file designs from the template, and this change replicated to users' local replicas (MMRs in this case). When the users replicated their local mail files with the service, th [read] Keywords: ldd
Processing multiple users in the SmartCloud Notes administration UI
Fri, Feb 14th 2014 9:00a Andre Guirard I thought I should note this change, since there's nothing in the "liveAdmin" UI (as yet) to indicate how it works. That will have to wait until we can translate the explanatory text into all our supported languages. But you can use the new functionality now. If you have a set of SmartCloud Notes users that you want to -- let's say -- assign a new mail file design using the web-based administration UI, you used to have to search for the user, select them from the search results, click the bu [read] Keywords: administration
Beware <script> in XPages
Delete empty folders, take 2
Wed, Apr 10th 2013 9:50a Andre Guirard I while back I wrote a post containing code to clean up empty folders from user mail files. Yesterday, someone pointed out to me that it doesn't take into account the fact that folders that contain subfolders can be technically empty, in the sense of containing no documents, but we don't want to delete them if they have subfolders which are non-empty -- or if they have subfolders we don't also want to delete. So I came up with a new version of the code that deals with those situations. As bac [read] Keywords: ldd