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Lotus Domino and creating encrypted strings and decript by PHP


Lotus Domino and creating encrypted strings and decript by PHP

By : user2949341
Date : November 16 2020, 06:23 AM
This might help you Lotus Domino supports programming in Java. If there is Java code that you can use to do encryption that is compatible with your PHP, then the answer will be yes. That will depend on the details of what you can do in PHP, and I'm not familiar with that enough to know for sure, but this question and answser here on StackOverflow strongly suggests to me that the answer is yes -- as long as you get all the little details of encryption modes, padding, encoding, etc. right.
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Reading Lotus Notes & Domino Mailbox using Interop.Domino.dll

Reading Lotus Notes & Domino Mailbox using Interop.Domino.dll


By : user1383318
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. To return only databases from within a specific folder, you'll have to do some filtering work yourself. I've done this a couple of ways. One method is to use the database's FilePath property, and then check to see if the path is underneath the mail folder. The other way is to check the database's template. That is a bit less work, provided all of your mail files are set to a particular database template, and no unwanted databases use that template.
First method:
code :
If _localDatabase.IsOpen Then
    If Instr(1, "mail", _localDatabase.FilePath, 5) <> 0 Then
        'do work here
    End If
End If
If _localDatabase.IsOpen Then
    If _localDatabase.DesignTemplateName = MAIL_TEMPLATE_NAME Then
        'do work here
    End If
End If
Lotus Domino creating database

Lotus Domino creating database


By : Sabiu Sk Musa
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue How to create lotus domino database?
From the Notes client do File - > Application - New
org.openntf.domino.Session HTTP JVM: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: lotus/domino/NotesCalendar

org.openntf.domino.Session HTTP JVM: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: lotus/domino/NotesCalendar


By : Sơn Nguyễn
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Nick, the OpenNTF Domino API requires Domino 9.0. Earlier versions (including 8.5.3) do not have the NotesCalendar class in the IBM-provided API.
A few people have expressed interest in a backwards-compatible version, but we have been hesitant as it would be a true fork. We've been looking for a maintainer for such a fork. Are you interested?
How to authenticate users in Lotus Domino 8.5.3 through Domino Data Service REST API

How to authenticate users in Lotus Domino 8.5.3 through Domino Data Service REST API


By : ralph
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further In the section "Specifying request headers" of the "Domino Data Service User Guide and Reference" they mention the http header "Authorization":
code :
Authorization:Basic am9objpwNDU1dzByZA==
Lotus Domino 9: Unable to register user without creating ID file using Java client API

Lotus Domino 9: Unable to register user without creating ID file using Java client API


By : user3625716
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Unfortunately the NotesRegistration- class did not follow the development in admin- client. As for today there is no method to register a user without having an ID saved locally, as "filepath" is a mandatory parameter for registerNewUser method.
The only property that comes close is the IsNoIDFile- property, but it does not help here, as with that property set to False in my test no ID was generated at all (ID Vault was empty)...
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