Posts Tagged ‘Lotusscript’

Integrating a Lotus Notes application with Exchange

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

I recently finished a project with the purpose of integrating a Lotus Notes CRM application with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange. The customer has moved their mail handling to Exchange and Outlook and still uses Lotus Notes for their application handling including this CRM application. The CRM application had functionality to import mails from Notes, […]

Excel automation on Windows Server 2008 x64: solution to SaveAs method problem

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

A customer of mine uses Lotusscript and the Microsoft Excel object to create Excel spreadsheets with scheduled agents. The code is based on the normal way of creating spreadsheets – e.g.: The scheduled agents worked fine on a Windows Server 2003. The application was then installed on a freshly installed Domino server running on a […]

I have somehow contributed to OpenNTF

Monday, July 12th, 2010

I woke up this morning to a comment by David Jeyachandran to my blog post on Sorting a NotesDocumentCollection by multiple field values. David wanted to let me know that he is using the sort function in the Notes Reconn project at OpenNTF. That is great news – and I am happy to know that […]

Sorting a NotesDocumentCollection by multiple field values (Show’n Tell Thursday)

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

I have been using Joe Littons sortCollection function with success to sort a NotesDocumentCollection by the value in a specific field name. However the function can only sort by one field value and I recently had the requirement to be able to sort by multiple field values. Max Flodén has created a function that does […]