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JSON becomes more and more important these days.
Unfortunately it´s very inperformant to always use the old ls.snapps libraries.
Domino needs to be able to do this on its own!
Mark Reiser, sirius-net GmbH
LS, Script, LotusScript
Domino is about security. 2FA is about security. Domino needs 2FA. Given the choice I’d pick SMS and Google Authenticator. it would also be nice to have Traveler require some type of 2FA at device setup too.
In the past week, and at NCUG in Stockholm June 11th, we were told that the Notes and Domino V11 would only be released in Swedish, and NOT Danish, Finnish, Norwegian or Icelandic. The reason given is that the revenue for Notes and Domino wasn't b...
HCL Domino 11.0 no longer supports the use of a java.pol file since the java.security file in Domino 11.0 doesn't include a reference to a java.pol file. Please re-add support for this. http://per.lausten.dk/blog/2020/01/domino-11-0-does-not-suppo...
HTTPS/TLS: Handle standard .pfx/SSL Certs better/easier for SSL/TLS
This should be as easy as getting the server/Wildcard cert from the CA and pointing to it on the Domino Server. Doing conversions using other tools (OpenSSL, kyrtool, etc.) should not be necessary. At a minimum have a 1-click utility in the Admin ...
There are now few backup options for Domino (Backup Exec dropped support in the latest version). By adding VSS support you solve this problem (and give Veeam support in the process). Yeah, I know it Windows only, but still, TSM?
64bit Notes ODBC driver to support 64bit applications (eg. 64bit Excel) on client machines
Currently, to connect using ODBC to a Notes database on Domino the application needs to be 32bit, so 64bit Excel (the majority) can't use the current ODBC drivers to read Notes data.
This is a severe limitation, especially as there is no other ea...