I am sure that I am not the only one who is in love with the technology and quickness of Ubuntu Server. It's lite and powerful. DB2 is supported on Ubuntu Server and I feel like Lotus should give Ubuntu Server a chance and support it. As a very stable ...
Steve Castledine's blog template as shipped in Domino 7.0.2 and later is a useful template that can be used successfully for personal or team blogs (e.g. http://collaborationmatters.com, http://edbrill.com and many others) or for many other purposes where simple web content management is required, such as small corporate web sites.
While Lotus contenues to tolerate slow and lacking Windows Server cycles, Apple contenues to put out a new and faster version of MacOSX Server every 14 - 18 months.
I would like to see Lotus Support fully and timley the MacOSX platform for Domino. It's stable, quick and mostly ...
Sometimes my users delete a document in a DB and after that they couldn´t remember that they have deleted it. So I would have the option to see which person deleted a document. Maybe in the DB Access log or somewhere else.
The designer client is now free, but to build web apps you still need a server and notes license. I would propose a 10 user server (maybe use the Lotus Foundation) for little or no money if they build a web site. They would get a 6 mnth trial license ...
It would be nice to not have to always log in to this site and others everytime just because we use Domino as a web server. So please, help cookie monster and all of us find some cookies to work in Domino.
As internal data security becomes more and more of a concern, allowing end-users access to server configuration information poses more of a risk than when the Domino Directory was first envisioned and implemented.
While we can make customizations to the Domino Directory to accommodate our needs, the product "off ...
I guess everyone who installed Domino on Linux yet had to somehow generate init-scripts to run it as daemon. There are some options available to do this:
- using Daniel Nashed's scripts
- grabbing the one linked in some old redbook
- DIY writing
It would be nice ...
I think this is long overdue now. Please IBM, give us VSS for Domino ?
I'm so tired of always having to create Freeze/Thaw scripts stop/start the Domino-service before a backup. Pretty much every serious application on Windows supports it (DB2, Oracle, SQL, Exchange, etc....) and has done so the last ...
Domino is great as a RAD server... small, quickly built apps run great - with limited usage. I know we don't want to compete with Websphere (*cough*) but it would be cool if Domino could be grid enabled to run on a distributed CPU network. It would reduce the cost ...
Most small businesses use some version of QuickBooks from Intuit as their accounting system. It is the "SAP of the SMB Market." There needs to a framework to exchange data between the QuickBooks database and any Domino application.
One should be able to charge a meeting in Lotus Notes ...
Today every domino server has its own DAOS store, if DAOS is enabled.
It would be great we could have one DAOS store for many domino servers or rather for all servers in a domino domain.
And it would also great we could cluster the DAOS store.
When upgrading the Domino Server from one version to the next the installation process always adds standard tasks that have been removed from the Notes.INI back in. I'd prefer that the upgrade process report that items such as DESIGN or UPDALL have been removed and either display a dialogue that ...
To make Domino a real "Internet Application Server", it would be nice for IBM to offer a Domino Internet Application Server that is built to use either OAuth, OpenID, or Facebook Connect as an authentication mechanism. The server would be priced similar to the way the Utility server is priced, ...
Do you think Domino ODS can be improved by using multiple small files instead of a single big file? DB2 uses something like this. A Domino database can be a directory (or zip?) instead of a file. one file for design, one file for ACL, index files, view files, datafiles, ...
Some of my Lotus Domino 8 Servers and a 7.0.2 Webserver are running very well on Ubuntu (Debian) Linux. It is a very stable Operation System and it saves me from license costs.
BUT IBM doesn´t Support this OS. Only cost-intensive platforms are supported.
Very simple...Domino updates the registry to enable itself as a Windows service--when selected during install. Give admins the option to "Add '-jc' to Windows service Registry value" or "Enable Java Controller with service" option.
Otherwise, if admins want to enable the java controller, then they have to remember to ...
I think the title says it all. While I can fudge the install and run Domino on Liux x64, I'd love to be able to get full x64 support and the "unlimited" RAM usage that was added to Windows and AIX 64 bit versions of Domino,
Please give Domino an up-to-date servlet engine, so we could do really cool things like embedding liferay or ...
No I do not want websphere.
Domino has already an servlet engine but it is very very very old - so why not an update?
There are many 3rd party scripts and solutions for maintaining the content of INI files, most of which base themselves on there being at least one [sectionnamegoeshere] element in the INI file. I would like to see Notes and Domino ignore the presence of such lines in the file when ...