Peter Rosenberg commented on Mar 3, 2015

Re: Fast Retrieval of View Data Using the ViewNavigator Cache - V8.52

The PMR listed previously (02/02/2015), is now lifted as an SPR # KBUK9U2C7M .

NotesViewNavigator GetCurrent method is only available in COM interface.

Customer requested support for LotusScript.

Peter Rosenberg commented on Feb 2, 2015

Re: Fast Retrieval of View Data Using the ViewNavigator Cache - V8.52

Can someone explain, why the obvious GetCurrent API isn't available in LotusScript ?

I get a syntax error, when trying, and I don't want to traverse all docs in Navigator only the selected ones (from the first to the last).

I have filed a PMR for this (13967 999 678), currently being processed by IBM.

Robert F Harwood commented on Jan 13, 2012

Re: Fast Retrieval of View Data Using the ViewNavigator Cache - V8.52

checked

weihang chen commented on Oct 21, 2011

Re: Fast Retrieval of View Data Using the ViewNavigator Cache - V8.52

the source code behind view data source is viewnavigator, it does offer the functionality

com.ibm.xsp.model.domino.viewnavigator.FTViewNavigatorEx

its one of the viewnavigator being used by navigatorFactory

Mael Rivera commented on Apr 4, 2011

Re: Fast Retrieval of View Data Using the ViewNavigator Cache - V8.52

Does this also apply to Web applications?

Many thanks

Paul S. Withers commented on Mar 17, 2011

Re: Fast Retrieval of View Data Using the ViewNavigator Cache - V8.52

NotesViewNavigator is great, but the big limitation currently is that you cannot perform a full-text search on it and if you create a NotesViewNavigator from a FT searched view, it has all documents.

I guess it may not be possible to perform a FT search on a NotesViewNavigator, if it's only storing information visible in the view. But it would be useful to have a ballpark idea of when looping through a NotesViewNavigator (for all or part of a view) and checking for values is going to perform better than performing a FTSearch.