Domino/Notes Version: 6.x and higher
At times, it seems that I have pushed LotusScript to its limits. There are a lot of things it can do but sometimes there are better solutions. Getting the current computers IP address is one of those things.
I get occasional email regarding FireworX-10. Here are the answers to questions that others have had. I thought that you might find this useful.
Q. I get COM port conflicts (in the form of 'Invalid COM port' messages) with FireworX-10. What is the cause?
Platform: Windows 95/98/NT
This work was originally done in the Fall of 1997
November 10, 1999. Finally some recognition. An edited version of this work was presented at a conference sponsored by the International Society for Computers and their Applications. It was the 12th International Conference on Computer Applications in Industry and Engineering and the paper appears in the conference proceedings.
Last Updated: February 8, 1999
Domino/Notes Version: 4.x and higher
Platform: Windows 95, 98, NT 4
Like me, you probably find LotusScript just cannot do everything you want at times. After seeing the article titled "Changing Drivers on the Road" in the February 1998 Lotus Notes & Domino Advisor a whole new world became obvious to me. The article described how to call the Windows API functions from within LotusScript. I have found countless uses for this including: