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How to check value of "Index Attachments" through lotusscript fro any database present on server?

In the Database Properties, there is tab "Full Text".
Under this tab, there is option "Index Attachments" having value as "ON" or "OFF".

How to check this value through lotusscript for any database present on some server?

There seems no way to achieve this as of now with available lotusscript methods.

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  • Nov 6 2020
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  • Guest commented
    30 Nov, 2020 07:59am

    This may not be exactly what you're looking for, but this can be done using LotusScript and DXL today.

    You can get quite a bit of information about the FTI from DXL. All of the settings and values below can be retrieved from exported DXL. These settings can be found under the "fulltextsettings" tag.

    the current size of the index

    the unindexed document count

    case sensitive setting

    include attachments setting

    include encrypted fields setting

    the update frequency setting

    word / sentence break setting

    attachment type setting

    Brian Benson


  • Guest commented
    7 Nov, 2020 07:37pm

    those options are not available in Lotus Script.

    Acutally controlling the FT Index settings are even not complete in the C-API SDK.

    It would help to have a way at least in the admin client or thru the updall taks to modify those settings.

    I have written tools to check and update FT index properties, which provide this management functionality on command line, because it was missing.

    I could be good to have a way to control it out of the box at least on command-line.

    ( Daniel Nashed / http://blog.nashcom.de )