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AppDevPack/domino-db: Add a Evaluate() method to Document Class to allow computation of Notes @-Formulas
In some cases, it would be helpfull to be able to evaluate a Notes @-formula against an existing Document and get the value of the formula back. i would love to able to use this functionality in domino-db like so:
const back_from_eval = await...
It would be good to be able to change the callback url of an application after the application is saved. Right now you have to create a new application, delete the old one and change the application id and secret.
how to output a list of unprocessed requests in Admin4.nsf?
The admin4.nsf database must be having an dedicated view for the list of unprocessed / pending Adminp requests in Admin4.nsf.
Is it possible to have an Dedicated view for the list of unprocessed / pending Adminp requests in Admin4.nsf.
Add NotesAdministrationProcess class to AppDev Pack
Currently the appdev pack does not provide API access to the Notes Administration Process (i.e the NotesAdministrationProcess class like we have for SSJS in XPages and LotusScript). Would be a great addition to the appdev pack.
Allow creation of Design Documents and Adminp-Jobs via AppDevPack
We would like to be able to automate the creation and setup of applications using the AppDevPack. That means we would like to be able to create a new blank template, add design elements, create databases from the template and setup adminp tasks to...
For some application (i.e : native mobile apps), it would be problematic to force user to login every time they start said app. If somehow we can re-use the previously setup user, server, etc and establish login via code to IAM server that would b...