There are two ECL settings in Lotus Notes 8.0 to control
what code is allowed to execute property broker functionality:
- 'Read from property broker' - defines whether the LotusScript code can
read input properties from other components
- 'Write to property broker' - defines whether the LotusScript code can
publish output properties to other components
These settings are necessary so that you can control whether code with
a certain signature is allowed to interact via LotusScript with other components.
This is similar to the existing ECL settings which control what code can
perform actions outside of the current database (e.g. access to file system).
These settings are only applied to code in Notes databases and not supported
for Eclipse components.