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Posted on 2004-04-26
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For appointments, does Lotus Organizer 6.0 keep track of when the appointment was created? If so, how do I view that? Also, is there a program out there that lets me view the .or6 file in db view (i.e. columns & rows)? I would like to see everything inside the file.

The problem is that appointments were inserted into the Organizer on a specified date and time. Is it possible to delete all appointments that were added during that specified date and time?

Thanks!

Allen
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by:patrickab
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I have no idea whether the moment an appointment is made is time stamped. Somehow I doubt it.

If you want to see everything in the database select File/Export and select the file format. It's very fast and and easy to create for example an Excel file. It is possible to modify the file and re-import it after all the records have been deleted. But to select appts made on or after a specific date - dunno if it is possible.
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I would like to see the raw data, meaning everything single thing that Lotus inputs for each appointment created. No importing or exporting as certain values might not export into the new file.

I'm beginning to think that, as you said, there is no "Creation Date" field for appointments, but I'm curious to see that "raw" information anyway.

Allen
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I have just created a *.txt file of the whole of my 'Calendar' and the last appointment I made reads as follows:

0,"","2004-05-10 18:15:00.000000000","2004-05-10 19:15:00.000000000","Go home","","",0

It was an oppointment to 'Go home' which was scheduled to last for an hour! There is no evidence of a time stamp as I made the appointment at about 18:00. Mind you I am using Organisor 4.1 - which is a bit old.
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