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Reminder from standalone java app

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Hi all,
i want to know if there is a way to put a reminder on the lotus notes calendar(notes client) from a standalone java application via Java/Corba Toolkit.
Any ideas ?

Thanks,
Markus

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Yes, you just have to create document in the right database, with all the right field names. I'll point you to teh equivalent code using VB, it is easy enough to adapt, since the object model is almost identical for COM and CORBA.  (Most divergences are in NotesSesson/Session.  There are also performance differences, since all teh CORBA stuff trasnaction-wise is remoted, but much of the data processing is local.)
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thanks qwaletee,
took me one step forward.
Markus
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