Richard,

The Hi-test C api's are an installable option. They do not automatically
get loaded when you install and/or upgrade Lotus Notes. Not sure if there
is an additional charge for the api's.


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Rob and pnelson,

The domino server and db2 data is on the same box.

Using the apis would be a good solution, when domino was first ported to
the
as/400, they gave away some examples of rpg programs that used the apis (I
think they called them Hi-test C apis?).  I've looked for them, but I
haven't
been able to find them.

anyone know where I can find them?  I'll look for the api documentation and
roll my own, if that's what I have to do.

Thanks,

Richard Baird
rbaird@esourceconsulting.com
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