LotusPhere 2007, I’ll be there…

It’s now official, I will be attending LotusPhere this year. However, since it was drawn out until the last minute I did not get a very good Hotel, not to mention, according to all the Hotels listed on the LotusPhere website there were no rooms to be had. So, I’m not in the Dolphin this year and will have to ride the bus back and forth.

I’ve downloaded the LotusPhere Sessions database and started putting my calendar together for the week also.

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Merry Christmas

I want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa or whatever your preference and a Happy New Year.

Keith

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SnTT: Making a Back button for the Notes Client

I’m working on a database to track who clicks buttons which are sent out via e-mail. I’ve got a frameset with 3 frames. One frame has the header at the top, the left side frame contains the views and the right side frame contains the documents in the views and we’re also opening documents in this frame. The problem is when you close an opened document it closes the whole database, no good. So, we need a back button to go back to the view which we came from,

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Cool Tool – Browster

I came across this plugin called Browster. It works in both IE and Firefox. The way it works is, when you do a search, say on Google, it puts a little lightning bolt next to the link for the page, you hover your mouse over the lightning bolt and a fully functional browser window opens up to show you the web page. Once you move your mouse out of the pop-up browser the window closes and allows you to move to the next link.

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desktoptwo.com – Cool Website

When you get some time visit desktoptwo.com. It’s a website that emulates a desktop with an e-mail application, rss reader, Open Office, an address book and some others. Once you register you’ll have a virtual hard drive and you can upload files and documents and then access those files and documents from anywhere you may have internet connectivity. It’s a pretty cool concept and I can see where it would be useful.

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SnTT: Using the Log Analysis tool

I haven’t been posting very often of late and while I haven’t been posting I have come up with some good post ideas. Of course I finished the 2 part series of moving users within the hierarchy and today I bring you a Show-n-Tell Thursday post about using the Log Analysis tool within the Notes Administrator client. If you’ve ever started looking for a particular event within the log, say a certain failure that happened on 11/21/2006 but you don’t know what time it happened,

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Spammers…. grrrr

OK, this is kind-of stupid. I saw this in this site’s spam control system called Akismet Spam. This spam solution seems to work pretty well and catches 99% of the comment spam here. But this one was kind-of stupid. Advertising a spam solution via spam… some people I tell ya.

Stupid spam

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Let the games begin…

Well, it’s started. We’ve officially started cooking for Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday. We’ve started baking pies and making a dish for my wife to take to work tomorrow. Man, all this food in the house with nothing to eat tonight

Keith

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AdminP Class – Completing the MoveUserInHierarchy

A while back I promised to do a Show-n-Tell Thursday article about the MoveUserInHierarchyComplete method which is part of the NotesAdministrationProcess class of LotusScript. Well, I finally broke down and finished it. This method will allow you to create your own agent to complete the move of people in-mass to another certifier, which if you’ve ever looked at tools to do this you know that they are very costly. So, when this method is used in conjunction with this method you have yourself a very nice solution for moving people,

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