• Subject: Re: Java Script for Domino Designer
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 13:21:46 -0500

We have an application that, upon the click of a button, 
runs a BPCS application, takes the spool file and posts it 
as a response document to the original.  It is all written 
in Lotus Script, and CL.





kflournoy@mks.com on 07/13/2000 11:13:22 AM
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Subject:        Java Script for Domino Designer

        I am currently working on an application that will hook my Lotus
Notes Client into an AS/400 application via a click button in Domino
Designer. I am an AS/400 RPG developer and I have also written code in
RPGILE. However, I am new to both Domino Designer and JavaScript so there is
a considerable learning curve that I have to overcome. Does anyone have an
idea of how to hook a Java application that already exists on the PC to
Domino Designer using JavaScript? I want to be able to us the click button
in order to execute the Java pop-up screen. Thanks. 



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currently working on an application that will hook my Lotus Notes Client into 
an AS/400 application via a click button in Domino Designer. I am an AS/400 RPG 
developer and I have also written code in RPGILE. However, I am new to both 
Domino Designer and JavaScript so there is a considerable learning curve that I 
have to overcome. Does anyone have an idea of how to hook a Java application 
that already exists on the PC to Domino Designer using JavaScript? I want to be 
able to us the click button in order to execute the Java pop-up screen. Thanks. 
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