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Update the existing LS ODBC method to keep up with the current environment
Limitation 1 : LS ODBC cannot work on Notes Client installed on Mac OS
Limitation 2 : Does not return error generated by the target database, instead a generic LS:DO error is returned.
I would be happy to use other alternative for Domino to writ...
This is not a new idea, because the main functionallity already exists.
BUT, There is one part missing. The extension manager that triggers the events.
According to the documentstion:
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Provide a modern address field for forms in what I only need enter an entire address into one field and have it provide typeahead capabilities based upon known addresses, validate that an address is known, and automatically provide relevant detail...
Develop a watson service that is able to take details about a person(name, address, e-mail, phone, dob etc.) and then match it against all other "people" held in other Domino databases returning a list of matches within a defined level of certaint...
Similar to Microsoft's Office Graph, Turn an entire Domino domain into a graph database including applications, users, servers, documents etc allowing me to potentially connect information from any database to another.
Provide support for partial classes in a similar way to that allowed in Visual Basic, C# etc, This would allow me to take a class defined in one LotusScript library (or the based Notes classes) and extend them in another place.