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Lotus Notes SAP connector?

We found the following LotusScript code in an app:
Use "SAPLCLSX"
But we cannot find any trace of it.  What is it?
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Francois Koutchouk
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
I've never seen that LSX, but it's quite likely that it exists. There is a proprietary Lotus Connector for SAP, which can be bought from IBM for € 21K or so. Check the software you bought, there must have been an order to IBM in your books. If you acquired it officially, of course. Contact IBM, that's all I can suggest.
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Francois KoutchoukCTOAuthor Commented:
Thank you.  I know of LCConnection ("SAP")  but I have never seen that Use "SAPLCLSX".  
Doesn't a Use statement code contained in a library stored within the same database?  If it was external, wouldn't it be something like Use "SAPLCLSX.dll"?
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
It might be a Script Library that contains all definitions of the SAP connector, as well as the definitions of the LSX functions that can be called. There is not a single reference on the Internet of "saplclsx". Are you completely sure that you copied the name correctly? Cent pourcent?
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larsberntropCommented:
Barking up the wrong tree.

To use an LSX, you use:
UseLSX "lsxname"

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, see Designer Help

The Use statement refers to Script Libraries only.

So given
Use "SAPLCLSX"

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is correct, you are looking for a Script Library with that name.

Try the awesome NotesHound, available at http://www.noteshound.com/ to search for procedure names if you cannot find it.  Perhaps it has been renamed.

I also suggest looking for backup tapes from when it was still working...
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Francois KoutchoukCTOAuthor Commented:
Turns out someone built a custom library in java for SAP functionality.  Thank you both for your help.
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