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Create breadcrumbs (Notes)

The following code lets you store breadcrumbs on a document, based upon the parent-child relation. Function GetDocumentCategory(doc As notesdocument) As String Dim session As New notessession Dim db As notesdatabase Dim node As notesdocument Dim Category As String Set node

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Posted in Show N Tell Thursday, sntt

Bildr – A photo sharing project

Bildr is a prototype application that never received enough funding to become a full blown (internal) Notes template. The idea is to offer a place where teams can share high resolution images. Bild is  the Swedish word for photo and

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Posted in Applications, Java, Lotus Domino, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt, UI

Pagination on a View in the Notes client

A problem with Notes Views is that when they contain a lot of documents scrolling becomes inevitable. Even when you apply categorized columns it will become necessary that users click through the Views. An option would be that you just

Posted in @Formula, CSS, JavaScript, Lotus Notes, LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt, UI

Mimicing the preview-switch option

I thought I give this Thursday a ‘SnTT’ swing (what happened with that phenomena?). My collegue Tomas can be sometime tough with progressive ideas, but this makes you just try that extra effort to make something in Notes a little

Posted in @Formula, Frameset, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt

Top 10 custom JavaScript/LotusScript functions of all time

Just a quickie: Top 10 lists are always nice (and handy) so I read with great interest Dustin Diaz’s posting on his Top 10 of custom JavaScript functions of all time. After reading I googled after the Top 10 custom

Posted in Lotus Notes, LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt

WebQueryOpen and Computed fields

Well finally I am getting a bit more back on the development track. So I might spend some times here with dropping some code. One of my latest ‘how do I do that?’ challenges was to write values collected by

Posted in LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt

Validate email address (LotusScript)

Yesterday I spent some time on googling looking for a decent LS function that validates an email internet address.  The evaluate method on @ValidateInternetAddress( [ addressFormat ] ; Address ) validates only on characters before and after the @ sign, so it

Posted in LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt
I am Patrick Kwinten. I am a IBM Notes Domino Product Specialist since 1996. With this blog I am trying to give my contribution to the community.

The posts in this blog project my personal opinions, not the company I work for.

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