Problem Beginning with Lotus Notes® 7.0.2, the German reformed dictionary
a newer version of the spell checker engine which is a Java based component.
The older version of the spell checker engine does not support the new German
Because the Notes client initially disables the Java Just-in-Time (JIT)
compiler, you might experience a performance lag during its first iteration of
spell checking as it is compiling the code to be run. Solution To load the
Java JIT compiler on Notes startup to prevent a performance lag on the spell
checker's first run, add the following parameter in the local Notes.ini:
This INI parameter is introduced with 7.0.2 and 6.5.6, and will load the JIT
compiler on Notes startup.
Note: This parameter will not load the Java JIT compiler on Notes startup if
other than the above listed new spellcheckers are selected.
This minimizes the performance impact for most Notes Client and suites
therefore for multilingual environment like in Windows Terminal Citrix
Metaframe Presentation server farms.
Please note the lag is not as significant during the initial startup of the
Client as it is during the first iteration of the spell checker. This lag is
due to the JIT compiler initializing to be used later on to speed up the spell
If any strategic database is requiring Java execution by design (agents or
actions are programmed in Java or calling applets), the loading of the Java JIT
compiler could be forced on Notes Client startup with:
None, although you can specify this setting in the NOTES.INI Settings tab of
the Configuration Settings document in the Domino Directory.
JavaInitOnLoad=0 / 1
Lotus Notes/Domino 6.5.6
Lotus Notes/Domino x.x.x