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Agent calling an Agent from another server

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I want my Agent to call an agent from another server. What these agents do is pass parameters or data. How will this be done?
Need help. Thanks.
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It depends on what kind of agent it is. You probably know that you are not able to access another server from a scheduled agent.

If your agent is started manually (by you or a user) then you could start the agent assuming the person executing the agent has the appropriate rights (to access the database)
You can use environment variables or profile documents to pass the parameters.
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Only agent is wrote by Lotus Script,can call other agent by using NotesAgent class. You can not pass any parameter to the agent on other server.
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