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Best Practice Makes Perfect

A collaboration with Domino developers about how to do it and how to get it right in Domino

I just posted a couple more articles on the Domino Designer wiki about using LotusScript to manipulate design elements. I hope you'll find them useful.

If you don't already have the Designer wiki in your feed reader, I suggest subscribing. Also, please contribute!

The development team has been posting a lot of articles recently because we've had a specific project to do so. A lot of the articles are about XPages. I have a little list of my own topics I've been wanting to cover in depth, and this has been a chance to do so.

Look for more articles from our development team in the near future!

Andre Guirard | 31 October 2008 10:47:35 AM ET | Home, Plymouth, MN, USA | Comments (4)


1) Is it posible to show profile documents in a view?
Jens Winkelmann | 11/5/2008 7:02:04 AM

One question for 'Make a Notes view list design elements (using LotusScript or Java'.

Is it posible to show profile documents in a view?

I guess this is not posible.

But it would very convenient for an administrator to see all profile document and to run an agent over all selected profile documents.

2) New wiki articles on programming with design elements
Ben Poole | 11/6/2008 7:55:46 AM

Jens, search Andre's site; he has already posted an excellent solution for managing profile documents in a database.

3) Viewing/manipulating all the profile docs in a database
Tony Austin | 2/5/2009 4:14:35 PM

No need to reinvent the wheel since it has all been done before, and you can get it for free.

For example, over at there's the "Profiles and Doc Viewer" at { Link } and if that's not enough to sate your appetite there are grander tools like "SuperNTF" at { Link } (otherwise contact me for other ideas, at { Link } or Skype username NotesTracker).

There are probably others of interest at OpenNTF (or elsewhere), such as generic documents viewer and ACL viewers. ... Hope the above helps. Cheers, Tony.

4) Free?
Andre Guirard | 2/5/2009 4:48:29 PM

Actually, Tony, the tool you linked to says in its description, "Time limited Free to try or unlimited after buy." In other words, not free.

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