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domino API's

hi guys,
i am karunakar reddy, working on domino server apis,
is there any api in domino 6.0 'C' api tools, that gives the  number of notes, and items htey are like
GetNoteClassAndDumpCount(), this give the document note number
i want the same type to give the total number of document count
karunakar
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AndrewJayPollackCommented:
Contact Daniel Nashed -- he follows this kind of thing very closely.   http://www.nashcom.de/nshweb/pages/home.htm

** He's also the only one I know to get Domino 6 running on Linux on an XBOX.
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snocrossCommented:
Ha ha that is funny!  Are you joking Andrew?  I heard yesterday that some people are modifying their xbox's and sodering on an additional chip that allows them to copy games that they rent to their xbox hard-drive!
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AndrewJayPollackCommented:
Sno, I am not kidding at all.  Daniel has his xbox on the web as a domino server.  It runs, and actually responsiveness is impressive (domino on linux is very responsive, as long as you're within the number of users the machine can handle -- almost 2:1 over windows).  I doubt it would run well with more than a couple of concurrent users (the machine only has 64 megabytes).  He had to do quite a bit of performance tuning, but it runs well now.
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snocrossCommented:
That is awesome!  Why did he do it?  'Because he can' I suppose!
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AndrewJayPollackCommented:
pretty much.

Daniel is a wonderful guy who lives in Germany and is very active in the Notes community there.  He's a small, wirey guy who can (aside from code undocumented API's in Notes) walk on his hands, and for a while played on a "Unicycle Hockey" team -- yes, there are enough of them to form a league of sorts.
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snocrossCommented:
LOL
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