Updating certifier id
If you need to know specifically whether a form etc behaved in a certain way at a certain time, then you would need to restore from backup and manually check the code.
Please help me redress the balance by sharing your experiences of Lotus Notes and posting all things good about the product - how you use it, how it helps you and how it helps your organisation. IBM Notes is a very powerful development platform for companies.1- If you're using the same server name, the old signature will fail and the server won't run the agent.2- Without the old server ID it'll be almost impossible to keep up with the authentication.The Domino Administrator wants to reconfigure Server with new server and cert id.There are some databases residing inside the server and one significant domino database.They'll need something to the effect of, "ignore all documents prior to [time of signing]." If you need more technical info, you can also check with the IBM community at the link posted with this reply.
Hi, I had the same problem is an old one created date 1994 and will be valid up to 2019, they thought they do need notes just for 25 years at this time, btu we cannot certify new user. [email protected] can try my free apps for IBM (Lotus) Notes/Domino.
If you use the catalog, you could set up a 'after documents are created or modified' agent to run with a target of 'all new or modified documents' Then you can check for each one if a replica exists, and if not, create it don't forget the loss of functionality as well.
The MS environment simply can do less, and has less safety.
The $Revisions field lists timedates when a document changed. The $Updated By field is a condensed listing of who changed things, in turn.
But if there're multiple changes by the same person they may've been uniqued-out.
Unless you're preserving deletions, they are not represented.