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calling Lotus Notes Agent from .NET

Hello. I need to call remote lotus' agent in my application, does anyone do
something like that? I search google for the solution and i find that I can
use COM to connect to Lotus, but probably I can't using lotus agent' when
I'm using COM. So is there another way to solve it? Thanks for any help
Gregor
Dec 20 '05 #1
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Jesus! It's a long time ago that I dealt with this stuff, but if I remember
correctly, you should be able to trigger an agent calling a URL (?OpenAgent
or something similar).

If I'm wrong with that assumption, it should also be possible to start an
agent using Lotus Script. If that's possible, you should be able to do the
same using .NET, using the Domino object model or the Lotus Notes COM
classes. I don't have a Notes installation here, so all of this comes from
my mind and it's several years ago. I know that I used the first approach,
but cannot give you more insight.

Michael
"Grzegorz Smith" <gr******@wp.pl> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Hello. I need to call remote lotus' agent in my application, does anyone
do
something like that? I search google for the solution and i find that I
can
use COM to connect to Lotus, but probably I can't using lotus agent' when
I'm using COM. So is there another way to solve it? Thanks for any help
Gregor

Dec 20 '05 #2

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