Lotus C API for finding Notes Locale

Posted on 2004-11-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Hi there,
I want to programmatically find out what Locale is set for Lotus Notes.
Please tell me the Lotus Notes C API that I can use.
Question by:Santino_k
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    Accepted Solution

    Use @Locale formula in NSFComputeEvaluate

    LVL 3

    Author Comment

    I tried that Hemanth,
    But Its giving Error -
    returned STATUS code = 1281 and its corresponding Description = "Formula Error"

    Is there something more I should know when using @Locale ?
    If possible, please give me a sample snippet of @Locale usage.
    LVL 3

    Author Comment

    Well I could successfully execute @Locale now :-)

    But I am getting a list of Locales. What I want is the Default Locale which is set for Lotus Notes.
    Help me with that
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    Expert Comment

    You are using @Locale without what param to extract. Check notes help on list of parameters

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