RE: Hide documents at server/domain level Mark Taylor 23.May.14 03:39 PM a Web browser Applications Development All ReleasesAll Platforms
Are you saying that nobody, whether using the inside server or the outside server, has to authenticate in order to see any of the documents?
Probably the safest thing that I can think of is to create a new copy (not replica) or the database design, then use a Lotusscipt agent to populate the outside database with only the documents that you want users there to see.
However, another idea, although not as secure, comes to mind if you're using embedded views...
I haven't tried this - but could you create a second view that excludes the documents that you want to hide, then on the form containing the embedded view, select which view to show based on server name ?
Of course you'll want to have a $$ViewTemplateDefault to keep users from opening any or all views directly.
This won't prevent users from opening a document directly if they know the UNID, but I think it would work...