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Overcoming Listbox 64k Limit ... Any suggestions?

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I'm loading a Listbox with info from an external DB using DbCommand. I have more then 64K info apparently ... I need the info as Records ..i.e: 'FirstName LastName ID'
and the option of picking on record at a time ... recepted by another Listbox(No problem with that one).
Any suggestion?

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@picklist ? has no limits
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Hi
Interesting Idea ... hang on I'm going to check somthing regarding your suggestion
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Interesting Idea ... hang on I'm going to check somthing regarding your suggestion
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Hi
Interesting Idea ... hang on I'm going to check somthing regarding your suggestion
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hey agent mulder !

How are you ?  Send your email id man we have formed a group and lemme include yours too !

You too GWR !

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Hey Arun
Long time No hear ...

gilwi@bashan.co.il

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@PickList diary ...

Well it could be a good idea but ..
I need to get all my RS into a View before that, wouldn't I, So Can you think of a way to load RS from DBcommand to a view without creating documents in between? My App should not create any documents ... I save all info in a different DB due to a share of that info by other Apps. I don't want to create documents because I will have to erase them as well in the process ... slowing down my App ... To many users and ODBC is quite slow, plus DECS wouldn't work for me due to languge problems!

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ah external db, that's a different story....I thought another notes db...well I guess you have listed all your possibilities yourself already. usually the simplest is to create a notes db with docs though. If you want to go for a fast performance  elegant solution you could think about linking domino with websphere and using EJB's to retrieve the data ?

Hi Arun my email is martijn_mulder@hotmail.com
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Mulder ..
Thanks .. I'll live it open for a while see if anyone else has an idea.
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Gwr,
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