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Hello harvey -
Thanks, gewb. That's what I would have told them, but I thought that maybe I wasn't understanding their problem.
If I give them a small WebHelp package to test, what should I suggest regarding where and how to store all the files?
And what kind of call would they make from their Lotus application to launch WebHelp?
Oops. Double post.
Hello Harvey -
Sounds like IBM... 8^)
If it IS, have someone get in touch with IBM Global Services in Boulder, CO - they have a lot of stuff re: Dominio and Web pages.
I didn't have to do anything special...everything was done as html and stored in Domino per it's structure. I had many nested "subdirectories" but no problems. Everything was accessed by browser over the Web with no server-side processing - everything was everyday html as far as the browser was concerned. About the only thing you need to know is the "home" URL where your work can be accessed.
If 100% internal / intranet and all pages are rendered in Lotus, pretty much the same applies except you will need to test any dynamic functionality and scripts.
If the DBA is any good, just hand him your generated project to upload to/in Domino.