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Input and output date and time values ​​in ISO8601-compliant format

If you use the LotusScript NotesDominoQuery class to set the date and time in a DQL query, you must type an ISO8601-compliant format. @dt(‘2021-01-01T00:00:00.00+0900’) The date and time that we usually see in the document properties and...
over 3 years ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 1 Under Consideration

Allow usage of network paths for file operations without using windows drive letters

it's never been easy to access file ressources located on a network drive from LotusScript file operations like 'open'. With Domino running as a Windows service, or on Linux we cannot use drive letters for network ressources, at least not without ...
almost 4 years ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 5 Under Consideration

Support for unit testning in LotusScript

Something like JUnit or Mockito - but to LotusScript (all other languages has some sort of testning framework)
over 4 years ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 0 Under Consideration

Ability to interface to MQTT via Lotusscript

Given the Internet of Things explosion, MQTT is widely used and it would be very useful to be able to publish and subscribe via Lotusscript which would further extend the integration to a much wider set of platforms without a direct interface.
over 4 years ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 1 Under Consideration

Increase the recursive calls stack size limit on 64-bit systems

The current limit of recursive calls (recursion level for a given LotussScript function) in 32-bit/64-bit system is 32Kbyte stack size: https://help.hcltechsw.com/dom_designer/12.0.2/basic/LSAZ_LIMITS_ON_COMPILER_AND_COMPILED_PROGRAM_STRUCTURE...
about 1 month ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 1 Needs Review

Rephrase 'Stop running agent on this date' option

In a scheduled agent with an interval of more than once a day, daily, weekly, and monthly you can define the date you want it to stop running in the 'Stop running agent on this date' option. Unfortunately, the label is unclear and confusing, becau...
4 months ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 0 Needs Review

Allow multiple script libraries to %Include the same constants

If you have two script libraries that both include the same constants file: 'LibraryA %Include "lsconst.lss" 'LibraryB %Include "lsconst.lss" and then you use both libraries in a design element 'FormC Use "LibraryA" Use "LibraryB" this generates t...
over 1 year ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 3 Needs Review

global lotus scriptlibraries/objects

I have a project that consists of over 40 domino databases.There I have a class that encapsulates database access (session, datbase, view, ..).(dim appOrg as New App ("ProVeOrg") or dim appQuali as New App ("ProVeQuali") ...).This is used in many ...
over 1 year ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 4 Needs Review

Remove and add database icon using lotusscript

Requirement is to remove old database icon and add new database icon on the workspace using lotusscript. @RenameDatabase and @AddDatabase methods doesnot fit in customer requirement. Migration from old version to new version is being done and at s...
almost 2 years ago in Domino Designer / LotusScript 1 Needs Review

Add a method in Java/LotusScript to get a document, view, folder as a JSON structure

Something similar with generateXML
almost 2 years ago in Domino Designer / Java / LotusScript 1 Under Consideration