Type mismatch in method RunStkCoerceVal in Lotusscript agent

This is a short tip which I picked up when writing a lotus script agent and couldn’t find any reference to the error in the context I was working. Type mismatch in method RunStkCoerceVal in Lotusscript agent STRING found Null expected. The agent was simply getting data from a back end document closureinfo = doc1.getitemvalue(“closuredetails”) […]

If you love them – let them go free (free xpages course from IBM)

Oh another treat announced by Ed Brill http://www.edbrill.com/ebrill/edbrill.nsf/dx/ibms-introduction-to-xpages-courseware-free. The IBM course work for lan Introduction to xpages course which you can get from Lotus Greenhouse. You will need an account but apart from that its just a download and then you will be able to enjoy the content. Initial look at the info gives that […]


Had the pleasure of attending the ILUG (Irish Lotus User Group) bash last week in Belfast at the Ramada Hotel. For three days I was able to enjoy the first class delivery of quality information about Notes, Domino , Xpages and IBM from some of the luminaries in the field of Lotus Notes. The location […]

Its 3 – Its Free – Its Symphony

Earlier today, IBM Lotus released Symphony 3.0, a major new version of the OpenOffice-based desktop productivity editors.  Symphony 3.0 features major improvements in usability, integration, programmability, and compatibility.  For those of you who have been using Notes 8 (where Symphony is already bundled for you) or just wanted the freedom to say no to Microsoft […]

Lotus C Api – new version released – finally ….

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/downloads/toolkits.html#notesdomino is where you will find version 8 of the C api which is described as “A toolkit that lets you control Domino components using Domino’s C API”. It been so long since the last version was released that I’ve almost forgotten the last time I used it to extend an application. Time to dust […]