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Lotus Notes Database on IIS?

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Someone told me you can publish lotus notes databases on the internet without installing Domino.  Can anyone confirm that?
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Well, not that I know.

Apart from that, I think publishing on a normal web server lose functionality compared
to Domino.
You can't do replication for your NSF files.
And many, other advantages that Lotus has .
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Actually, you probably could do this.  You can buy VB ocxs (cant remember their names but they are available) which you could build into an ACTIVEX DLL (with VB5) that would enable you to get into Lotus Notes databases.

If you couldnt run DOMINO, or you had more resources than money (?) then this might be an option.  But it would involve some ground breaking work.....


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