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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Domino Designer
Categories @Formulas LotusScript
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 19, 2018

Make NotesDocument.Added Property accessible

From Tim Paque et al

I don't know how many manhours this would have saved me, but ancient records finding their way back into dbs can often only be found by the added property.  However this property is currently only available through the API making it more difficult to gather docs by.

We had so many cases where admins fould a old laptop and replicated back already deleted documents to our server. Having the added properly and being able to compare it with the modified would help so much to identify which documents are garbage and which not.

I'd also like to see it as an @function that I can add to a view column

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    Thomas Hampel
    Oct 27, 2018

    Moving idea to product : Domino Designer

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    Thomas Hampel
    Jul 21, 2018

    Purge Interval Replication Control (PIRC) prevents unwanted replication of deleted documents

    To fix a situation where old documents have replicated in you do not need an API call:

    Just use a small LotusScript agent that compares NotesDocument.modified with the formula @Modified . The trick is to use Evaluate in Lotusscript to run the @Formula against the document.

    One is providing the "last modified (initially)" an the other one provides "last modified (in this file)" in this file. All you have to do is to compare both dates. If they are older than (e.g. 30 days) then its most likely an old document that replicated back in.

    However, I do agree that the property should be programmatically accessible.