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Hi all,

I'm developing a mail client application.
I need to connect to a lotus domino server.
I came across that its possible to do it using lotus.domino package.
But I'm not able to find and download it.
Please provide me some link to download this API.


Thanks in advance,
..jp
 
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What you need is called "The Lotus Domino Toolkit for Java/CORBA".
But I can't find it easily on the IBM website (I have found it before, so it should be there, but I always struggle with the IBM site).
Normally, it should also come with your version of the Lotus Domino server.
 
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Actually I don't have Lotus Client.
But I have access to a remote Domino server.
And I want to access my nsf file from that server.
I've been searching for this toolkit desperately.
If anybody knows any active download link (because most of them are dead), please provide it.


Thanks,
 
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I think you'd need the NCSO.JAR file that comes with Domino. It is usually located in \lotus\domino\data\java directory.

Here is an example from help.



Your code will differ, since you are making a remote call.

Hope this helps,

Don
 
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Hi,
Could you please post the code snippet for connecting remotely to Lotus Notes Repository and reading / downloading all the documents in it ?
Thanks in advance,
 
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