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Has anyone successfully implemented a Lotus Notes C-API service to run within a Domino Server installed on Linux..
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by:RanjeetRain
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Is that a question?
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by:BMaadarani
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Yes, it is. I need to know if anyone had implemented a Lotus Notes C-API application within a Domino server, on a Linux box. If so, How?
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by:RanjeetRain
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Earlier it was not a question at all. Yes or No made little difference.

>> If so, How?
This is your question which you didn't put.

What is it that you are looking forward to do? Do you have any previous experience with Notes C-API?
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by:BMaadarani
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We have a DLL that captures a copy of all in-coming and out-going messages, and places them in a specific database. This DLL is working great within the Windows platform. The same thing is needed for the Linux platform. This dll is loaded as the Domino Server is loaded.
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I am amazed to know it is working on Windows and not on Linux. Must be that the original developers used some OS specific things. Some assumptions that are not valid on Linux. If you have access to the source code, you may like to tweak into it. If you need help with certain portions in the code, you may post your doubts.
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