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Utility to migrate from Notes 4.6 to iNotes

I want to convert/migrate lotus notes 4.6 applications to iNotes.  Is there any utility, which, when run on a notes 4.6 database, provide a report highlighting areas where changes would be required for the application to work on web
clients.

Any suggestions are highly appreciated.

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ArunkumarCommented:
Well, iNotes is only for mail.  

I dont think there is any tool that would say, or highlight the areas to which the changes have to be made on the application to be available on WEB.  You gotta open your application from a browser and test out all the functionalities to acheive that.

May be, there may be a tool...i would be interested to know too !

:-)

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ArunkumarCommented:
And.... Welcome to EE !
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
You can convert, but you need to realign your application to inotes protocol. For better understanding check out these links for information on inotes.

http://www.lotus.com/home.nsf/welcome/inotes

http://notes.net/today.nsf/8a6d147cf55a7fd385256658007aacf1/2946b17a240cfcbd8525698500648d4f?OpenDocument

~Hemanth
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