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Bootstrap Progress Bars - sample database
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I've been digging into Bootstrap for a bit now. One of the useful components is the progress bar. David Leedy did a great NotesIn9 on them and I followed it, and it was greatly valuable. I took his work and made a sample database. This is all his work, I just transcribed it (I changed the viewScope variable names however). Hopefully having this in a sample database will be useful.

Download the file

Cheers,
Brian






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http://dominoherald.blogspot.com/2015/08/bootstrap-progress-bars-sample-database.html
Aug 12, 2015
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Importing CSV via Java to a Notes Database
Fri, Aug 11th 2017 8:35p   Brian M. Moore
It's been longer than I intended since my last post, but here it is. One of the things I've posted has been importing to a Notes database. My first was using LotusScript to import from an Excel file, I've moved to using CSV which does not require an external program. This one uses a Java bean and HashMap to map the field names. As with the others, this takes two files. First is a simple where the you have the data. The column titles will match up with the same row in a title spreadsheet. Th




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