I am looking for a way to programmatically (through Java) determine the date and time a Lotus Notes database was last replicated.
I have a Java program that uses NotesSQL to query a Notes database on my server, however I am running into performance problems (queries take a long time to come back). I would like to set it up such that my program can determine whether to query a local replica of the database if it has replicated recently or the server copy of the database otherwise.
There is no way to do this by looking at the actual replica nsf file on my local machine since the timestamp on the file seems to update whether or not I replicate.
Is there any way to do this in Java and, if so, how? Ideally, whatever solution I end up using would work on both Notes 7 and 8 (since I use both in my environment).