Claus Hilgefort 17.Oct.07 04:22 AM a Web browser General All Releases Windows 2003
Hi to all,
we are very often troubleshooting on the problem that old and deleted documents are replicated back to the server replica from a local user replica.
There are many descriptions of this circumstance on ibm.com, notes.net (cut-off date, purge intervals,...) and help with workarounds.
I never find a real solution.
All workarounds such as
- database/replication script events
- manupulating cut off date
- replication formular (ggrrr)
- disabling editor-rights (!)
are no solutions and do not support a stable business plattform.
I do not understand why IBM do not want to change this to a real solution.
We more and more get trouble with obsolete data.
A big argument for lotus Notes WERE the replication and local security functions. This is gone.
Many of our key users agree to the statement: Probably Notes is not the plattform for business data any longer...
In my mind:
To solve this it is necessary NOT to remove deletion stubs
avoiding reliably replication with a datebase which is not up to date (not replicated in the last 30 days).
Please, IBM/Lotus or other "answer-ready" professional circles:
When will it or an other solution be implemented?
Thanks for any good answers to get back to a stable plattform...