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Provide database property for number of $Conflict documents the database contains

Number of $Conflict-Documents should be available

  • in database properties window
  • in catalog.nsf
  • as read-only property for database-class, i.e. db.ConflictCount (LotusScript, Java)
  • as document collection in database-class, i.e. db.AllConflicts (LotusScript, Java)

In large databases, often $Conflict-documents exists where nobody takes notice and care about, until user claims about problems.

This property would allow administrators and developers to get an overview, which databases contains $Conflict-Documents.

An enhancement to database-class will allow developers to easy take care about $Conflict-Documents (instead of running a script over all documents in a view and check the isConflict property).

  • Guest
  • Aug 6 2018
  • Unlikely to implement
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  • Guest commented
    24 Aug, 2018 10:32am

    I think the feature to manage conflicts is under develepers responsibility.

    The $Conflict field is one of the ordinary fields in any database. Application developer (or dba) could create View with selection formula:

    SELECT @IsAvailable($Conflict)

    If you need to know count of conflict documents you could switch on Totals option in one of the view columns.

    I think it should be special view (same as ($All) view) in all system databases and Domino templates. Default accessible by Manager and Designer.

    In custom applications developers should create same views by themselfs.