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Introduced in Lotus Notes 6, LS2J allows the use of Java code from Lotus Script. To use LS2J from within Notes, your Lotus Script code must include this line:

This loads the LS2J Dynamic Link Library (DLL) on Win32 and registers all the Application Data Types (ADTs). Lotus Script provides a JavaSession ADT to […]

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In a previous article I wrote on how to work with Lotus Notes ListBox fields. Unfortunately these type of fields have a major drawback, their limit of only 32 kb of text. So if you want to display thousands of entries you must use an embedded view. This is an small example of using an […]

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Sometimes you wish to print the information contained in a Lotus Notes document. Lotus Notes offers such printing options, but if you have layout issues one solution would be to export into an word document. You can create an word document in Lotus Script using CreateObject(“Word.Application”) function. It only works on your computer if you […]

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In the project that I’m working now I needed a way to select multiple entries from a list and copy them to another list. To do this I created a form which contains two ListBox fields called listA and listB and a Button field named To. The entries of the two lists are computed using […]

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