Domino feed example: imc3Added by IBM on November 23, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|This example shows how to create a feed from a Domino® server connection to a Lotus® Notes® database. The entries from the database are turned into a feed.
This example shows how to create a feed from a Domino® server connection to a Lotus® Notes® database. The entries from the database are turned into a feed.
Before you begin
Estimated time to create this example
: 5 minutes
- Connection to the Internet
- Supported browser
- Internet Explorer 6.0 SP3, 7.0, 8.0 (Windows® only)
- Mozilla Firefox 3.6 (Windows and Linux®)
- Safari 5.0 (Mac OS only)
- For the most current information about system configuration, consult the Detailed System Requirements for IBM® Mashup Center.
- Logged in to Mashup Center
- On the Home:Catalog page, click Create and select New Feed.
- From the Select the feed data source window, select Domino Server from the enterprise section. Then click Next.
- From the Specify information about the Domino Feed window, use these values:
Number of Results:
Enter the number of preferred entries returned in the feed output.Domino® Host:
Enter the host name or IP address of the Domino server.Login:
Enter the user name to connect to the Domino server.Password:
Enter the password of the user name used to connect to the Domino Server.Database:
Enter the name of the Lotus Notes® database from which you want to retrieve information. The database name looks something like mail/mail.nsf.Database View:
Enter the view in the Lotus Notes database (optional).Document Selection:
Enter the statement to iterate the data source (optional).
A valid Lotus Notes select statement is required. To select entries from the name and address book, use the following select statement: Select Form="Person".
- Click Next.
- In the Information window, enter these values and then click Finish:
After the feed has been saved, click View Feed in Browser. The results display in a new tab or window in the browser and display the number of items specified by the Number of Results parameter.
- Title: My Domino Feed
- Description: Domino server connection to Lotus Notes database
- Version: 1.0
- Tags: Domino, Lotus Notes
- Permissions: Public
Tip: Some web browsers do not display all of the information contained in a feed. You may need to view the page source within the browser to see the actual data.