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Support enough in the Java AppDev Pack bindings for use in the NSF ODP Tooling

In my NSF ODP Tooling project, I've distilled the requires Notes API classes into some thin interfaces to make the actual backing API portable. It'd sure be nice to have the ability to run this without either local Notes native dependencies or my OSGi plugins specifically on the server.


Looking through the API, these are the things that seem to be currently not implemented that I would need. I'd also have to suss out some other details that may make some capabilities impractical, but these would be prerequisites regardless:


DXL Exporter with the following abilities:

- Charset = UTF-8

- OutputDoctype = false

- ForceNoteFormat

- RichTextAsItemData

- OmitItemNames

- setting property 38 or to true or false (I forget what that property is, but it's important)

DXL Importer with the following abilities:

- DesignImportOption = REPLACE_ELSE_CREATE

- ACLImportOption = REPLACE_ELSE_IGNORE

- ReplaceDBProperties = true

- ReplicaRequiredForReplaceOrUpdate = false

- getting the result log XML

Database:

- get/set title

- iterate over all design notes

- get a shared field's note ID by title (ideally faster than iterating would do)

- check the effective access level (to see if the user has at least Designer access)

Note:

- NSFNoteLSCompileExt

- NSFNoteSign

- rich text support looks like it'll probably work as-is, since I could parse the data from bytes

- NSFNoteGetInfo with _NOTE_CLASS

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  • Apr 1 2021
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