Article archive for 2009 – Page 3

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Troubleshooting Lotus Notes Traveler: the basics

We’ve been getting a number of reader questions about using Lotus Notes Traveler, many of which are very basic and quite easy to solve. In this article, we’ve aggregated the questions and give you some helpful answers. You’ll slap yourself on the forehead and say, "But, of course. I knew that!" And, well, our own Joe Dolittle goes a little off the bend.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

How recreate a missing ID file without going completely crazy

This week, DominoPower editor-in-chief David Gewirtz channels Sigmund Freud as he explains how to recreate a Notes ID file. All we can say is we’re sorry. Somehow the boss has managed to mix completely inane with incredibly useful. It’s a gift. It scares us, but it’s a gift.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

DAMO deep-six: is there a future for Outlook/Domino integration?

For those falling into the second camp, IBM’s announcement last month that it’ll no longer be upgrading DAMO is somewhat disturbing. DAMO stands for Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook and was one of Lotus’ particularly interesting efforts to create interop between the Microsoft camps and the Lotus camps.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Evaluating your Domino Document Manager (Domino.Doc) transition options

This week, we have another expert on tap, Daniel Lieber, who will look at not only Domino-based solutions, but solutions utilizing Quickr, migration tools, FileNet and more. Lieber helped write the upcoming IBM Redbook on Domino.Doc to Quickr migration and also was an author of the Quickr migration tool supplied by IBM.

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Monday, June 1, 2009

What to look for in a Domino-based document management solution

This week, we’ll look at how you can retain full document management capabilities and stay in Domino completely.

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Monday, June 1, 2009

Understanding Domino.doc end-of-life options

On May 12, 2009, IBM finally did the inevitable and officially discontinued Lotus Document Manager, better known to most as Domino.doc. In this article, document management specialist Scott Tomlinson discusses the issues and problems related to moving off of Domino.doc to an alternative solution.

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Monday, June 1, 2009

When the debugger won’t debug hidden code that isn’t hidden

Looking carefully at your workspace, you notice a strange little message in the status area: "Debug request ignored. Source code hidden." You’re in Notes and you’ve enabled the debugger. Now, you attempt to debug a form or view action. It looks like your code executes, but the debugger is nowhere to be found.

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Monday, June 1, 2009

What to do if the LotusScript debugger won’t single-step over code

If you’ve been attempting to debug LotusScript, particularly a piece of LotusScript with shared fields, you may have noticed that the Notes debugger itself needs a little debugging.

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Friday, May 1, 2009

Top 10 ways to launch and build a Lotus consulting practice (with a little help from the Beatles)

It takes a certain type of person to succeed as a consultant. The current economic climate continues to make the headlines and often people find themselves turning to consulting practices to carry themselves through an "in-between-jobs" stage or as a permanent option. Do you have what it takes? Well, do you?

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Friday, May 1, 2009

Troubleshooting an OpenSuse Notes install

The Notes installation went smoothly, lulling Nancy into thinking everything was fine. She started up the client, answered the configuration questions, and watched it open. Then, instead of seeing a Getting Started page with information on Notes, she saw an ugly grey box. Want to know how to make the ugliness go away? You’ll have to read the article.

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