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  • madesroc
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    Re: Lotus Notes - Open file

    Thanks for all your help,

    I will ask my Notes designer to take a look at the template.

    I will post if we find the solution.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Lotus Notes - Open file

    sorry.. you are right..

    The only advise I've been able to find is that the admin client is basicly a set of .nsf databases.. I'f you could open up the designer and find where thats set in the design you should be able to alter it..

    Good luck..
    If I find more info I'll let you know..

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  • madesroc
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    I can drag the cursor to the extreme right but the path name does not increase.

    I still cannot see the database name at the end.

    I really believe there's a 20-character limitation to this view.

    Thanks for your help,


    [This message has been edited by madesroc (edited 12-05-2002).]

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    erm.. I can't exaclty test it at the moment.. but I'm fairly sure but look at the image I posted before.. I've edited it to be more usefull :-P

    If you can't drag it far enough increase your screen res...

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  • madesroc
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    This is the view I am talking about.

    In the database column view; there seems to be a 20-character limitation.

    If you have a path domainx\QSI\QSISYS01\databasename.nsf you can only see the first part (domainx\QSI\QSISYS01) and you don't see the databasename.nsf.

    Therefore, if you have 100 users having databases that reside in that domainx\QSI\QSISYS01 directory, you don't know what user has what opened.

    Thanks,

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    What about this view?

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  • madesroc
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    With the Lotus Notes admin client; there seems to be a 20-character limitation in the database open column. I cannot see the name of the database, therefore, unable to find out who has it opened.

    This is where a 3rd party utility such as Hyena would come handy if it had a Lotus Notes integration to it.

    Thanks,

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  • kstanush
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    We are unable to provide any specific functionality for integration with Lotus Notes

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Lotus Notes - Open file

    If your using R5 and have admin rights just use the admin client.. there is heaps that the admin client can do that hyena is a long way off doing (concerning Lotus Notes).

    Heyna (I believe) was never meant for Notes Administration.

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  • madesroc
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    Do you know if the next version of Hyena will include this Lotus Notes Open file option?

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  • madesroc
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    Blank if the Notes database is in the Notes\Data environment.

    If the database is in d:\temp; I am able to see who has the database opened.

    Thanks,

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  • cmccullough
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    You should be able to right click on the database file itself, and select More Functions->Open By ... to see if it will show the users that have the file open.

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  • madesroc
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    Lotus Notes - Open file

    Is there a way to find out who is using a Lotus Notes Database with Hyena 4.5?

    Thanks,
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