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VAJ and notes

 
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Hi,
We try to get some simple app working in VAJ. We want to open names.nsf and show some views which ought to be retrieved by the notes classes (imported lotus.notes.*).
Right from the start we get this error:
"java.lang.UnSatisfiedLinkError : no lsxbe in java.library.path"
are there some packages missing?
please help us.
TIA,
Lex
 
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I've got the same problem. I read somewhere it's a bug when using Windows 2000. They say to rename the C:\LOTUS\NOTES\nlsxbe.dll to C:\LOTUS\NOTES\lsxbe.dll
I tried it but without success....
Joaquim
 
Lex Wouda
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found the solution:
make copy of nslxbe.dll : lsxbe.dll, put this in same directory (notesroot)
add Notes.jar to CLASSPATH
add notesroot and notesroot\data to PATH
this works for me.
extra:
when you try to connect to a remote Domino server:
-add a fully qualified domain name in the Domino server document f.e. "localhost"
-add NCSO.jar and NCSOW.jar (websphere test env needs this) to CLASSPATH
-in domino server document: restriced java classes must be accesible by * and unrestricted by domino Administrators
- start DIIOP on the Domino server
(- SSL port on Domino must be 443)
now you can acces a Domino sesson on your (local) domino server trhough this:
NotesFactory.createSession(localhost,"","") = anonymous acces
or
NotesFactory.createSession(localhost,username,password)
hopes this can be of any help for someone.
grt,
Lex
 
Lex Wouda
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btw:
I�m using W2K as well.
L.
 
Lex Wouda
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Oh, I forgot something.
I found somewhere that the corba/iiop classes from NCSO.jar and NCSOW.jar conflict with the iiop classes from Websphere Test Environment.
I deleted all packages beginning with com.ibm.CORBA.iiop.* and
com.ibm.CORBA.services.* from WTE project.
L.
 
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Hi Lex Wouda,
I faced a similar problem while using Java to connect to Lotus notes. Your suggestion was very helpful.
Thanks
Dilip
 
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i faced, too, with this problem when i was trying to connect with Lotus databases. it worked for me, without extra advices.
thanks.
tz from Brasov, Romania
 
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As I recall, the problem that is fixed by creating a copy of
nslxbe.dll named lsxbe.dll occurs only with certian (newer?) version of Windows, and only in certain releases of Notes/Domino.
 
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You�re reply would be usefull (to us java/notes developers) if you knew the exact numbers of the versions / releases you �re talking about.
 
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Taking a quick look at the fix list at www.notes.net, it looks like one problem of this sort affecting Windows 2000 was fixed in 5.0.6 (SPR JMIR4KDMVX).
A Lotus Cafe note title "RE: nlsxbe error with Java servlet" dated 15-Feb-01 discusses a cause of this problem, and mentions that the situation was improved with 5.0.7. It seems to be related to variations the values of some standard properties.
 
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Ok, thanks.
 
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i am getting this error with a local domino server even after making the required changes..
i am on w2k professional with Domino 5.0.8 update
 
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Hmm. I'm not making any promises, but if I get a chance, I'll see if I can learn more about this.
 
Yogesh Randhawa
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I am getting this error after putting a copy of the dll
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: C:\Lotus\Notes\lsxbe.dll: The specified procedure could not be found
I also get a java.exe error saying "procedure entry point JSJ_ConvertJavaObjectToJSValue could not be located in dynamic link library js32.dll"
what could be the reason
 
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