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How do I retrieve/export Lotus Notes DB data through Access 2000?

Posted on 2008-10-13
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Hello all, any help or guidance is appreciated

What I intend to do is

Use Microsoft Access to retrieve Data from LN Databases

1) Use VBA code within a MS Access Form
2) Connect to LN DB  on the network (nfs file)
3) Retrieve the desired data from the LN DB
4) Put the retrieved data into tables in access

Ive seen a lot of code around here but I wonder if someone can enlighten me with the general paradigm on how to do so, mainly Connecting to Notes and reading de Database data is my concern.
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I found this IBM webpage this worked for me simple and informative

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/ls-COM_Access/
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