Posts Tagged: ‘HCL Notes’

New Tech Updates for HCL Domino, Notes, Traveler, Verse, and Connections

18. August 2021 Posted by Thomas Hampel

While you may have been on a summer vacation, we at HCL have been busy improving our products! Here is a small overview of what happened in the last couple of weeks and what you can expect soon from your most favorite collaboration platform. 

Group 3 Language Translations for Notes and Domino 11.0.1 

Good news for many of our customers: HCL Notes 11.0.1 is now available in more languages.  

You asked for it (DOMINO-I-831 and NTS-I-842) – In addition to the 16 languages the Notes client was already providing, we are delivering the following language translations: 

  • Danish 
  • Finnish 
  • Norwegian
  • Catalan
  • Hebrew
  • Hungarian
  • Slovenian
  • Thai
  • Turkish 

Install kits for the HCL Notes Standard and Basic Client V11.0.1 in those languages can be found at our License and Download Portal under the Notes/Domino version 11.0.1.  

Of course, we are also providing the Multilingual User Interface (MUI) kit for those languages, as well as the Install Shield Tuner files to customize your installation. 

Group 3 language translations for the Notes Client v12 are being worked on.

Level up for our Domino Rest API 

In June, we started the beta program for our new Domino Rest API. Now in August, it’s time for the next iteration. Shifting gears to Beta 2 will introduce several improvements customers were asking for: 

  • ODATA support was added for reading/writing from/to Domino, which is especially of interest for e.g., Salesforce customers who want to store data in Domino
  • A new Domino server add-in task is provided to start/stop/reload the Domino Rest APIs and show its status from the Domino server console
  • An installer is now allowing to install the Domino Rest APIs on a Domino Linux server. Previously only a docker container was provided 

For more details, about the new features please refer to the changelog of this project. 

Please note: The Domino Rest APIs are still in beta — the first eGA release is scheduled to be shipping with Domino v12.0.1 later this year. Customers interested in joining the beta program can find the required files available for download at our License and Download Portal

HCL Traveler 12.0 updated with Fix Pack 1 

Fix Pack 1 for HCL Traveler 12.0 is also available for download at our License and Download Portal. This update is especially recommended for customers using Android devices due to a bug fix that is addressing an error connecting to Firebird Cloud Messaging servers via proxy. (Ref: KB0092130 ). It also fixes a bug that caused Traveler to crash (Ref. KB0091495 ) and addresses two other issues that customers have reported. 

For more details on HCL Traveler 12.0.0 Fix Pack 1 please refer to this technote.

Housekeeping for Notes/Domino v10.0.1 

For customers running on HCL Domino 10.0.1 we have shipped Fix Pack 7 in mid-July. This fix pack is a collection of 136 low-risk, high-impact fixes to help customers safely avoid known issues, e.g., resolving several UI issues for Notes Clients on MacOS Big Sur and on Windows 10.  

It also provides 25 fixes for the Domino server, resolves 33 problems that customers have reported with iNotes, and is addressing about 20 issues around development and programmability.  

HCL strongly recommends that customers running Notes/Domino 10.0.1 apply this Fix Pack since it addresses a small percentage of defects that impact the broadest set of customers. 

For details on the individual SPR’s addressed in this fix pack please refer to this article or check the Fix List database.

New features for Domino AppDev pack 

Version 1.0.9 of the Domino AppDev pack was released end of June is providing Node.js and Java developers with new features such as: 

  • Ability to export individual design elements and other non-data documents into DXL 
  • Retrieve the list of files in a given directory on the Domino server 
  • Work with Access Control Lists and Roles in Domino databases, allowing to get / update / replace entries in the ACL. 

Furthermore, the user interface improvements for the Identity and Access Management (IAM) server have been updated and is providing tools to leverage the new Domino 12 Certificate Store for Proton and domino-db clients.  

More information can be found in the What’s New section of the Domino AppDev Pack.

What’s Next? 

In the next few weeks, we have lined up the following releases and updates for you: 

HCL Domino C-API Toolkit v12.0 is going to be released end of August, so developers, partners and third-party vendors can upgrade their products to leverage the latest compiler and take benefit from new capabilities of Domino 12 

HCL Verse 2.2.0 will be providing new features like an updated Sametime integration as requested here, and the ability to restore documents from an archive. Furthermore, this release is adding support for Connections 6.5 and 7, provides an enhanced preferences page to manage your availability and other calendar settings and provides updates to freetime search and is improving the PWA capabilities.

We are also looking forward starting the first beta release of HCL Domino 12.0.1 later this month and have a new release of HCL Nomad 1.0.1 waiting for you in early September. However, details for those two are subject of a future blog post, so please stay tuned for more!

Launch von HCL Notes und Domino 12 und Sametime 11.6

7. Juni 2021 Posted by Oliver Regelmann

Heute fand der Domino v12 Launch Event statt, die Setups selbst stehen bereits eine Woche zur Verfügung. Für registrierte Teilnehmer gab/gibt es eine Reihe von Vorträgen von HCL sowie von diversen Analysten und Kunden. Technisch gesehen am interessantesten dürften die Vorträge aus der “Domino Dozen” Reihe sein, die in den nächsten Tagen folgen. Morgen und […]

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Customer Success Case Study for Nolte Küchen, GmbH

27. Mai 2021 Posted by Karl Sand

A new customer success story was recently released by panagenda and was subsequently published by the HCL marketing team. The story outlines the dramatic improvements of the HCL Notes client management and improved upgrade processes for a German manufacturing company, Nolte Küchen. Below is a quote from their team lead who manages the Notes and Domino environment for the company. 

“Without MarvelClient, a Notes upgrade would be almost impossible for us. It would take more than 12 months for all clients, or we might not even be able to complete it at all.” 

Dr. Dirk Kirchhoff, Nolte Küchen

The company has been a long-time Domino shop, first deploying the collaboration and communication platform in 1997. However, by 2010, they had a sprawling set of inconsistent client deployments across the organization. This was causing issues with IT support troubleshooting and making subsequent client upgrades a nightmare. After deploying the MarvelClient solution the IT group was able to successfully identify the non-standard HCL Notes client configurations on all computers and quickly implement a fixup campaign to push out a common install. 

Helpdesk calls were reduced, and client performance improved for all users. As stated by their team ead, MarvelClient suddenly provided us with full visibility into the current Notes client environment and highlighted the potential problems cause by a mixed bag of inconsistent installs.” 

To download a copy of the customer case study from panagendaclick here

The case study has also been published on the HCL website  for your reference. 

Enabling a Smooth and Speedy HCL Notes Client Upgrade 

For those customers who have not upgraded their HCL Notes clients in years, and are subsequently out of practice with the processes and procedures to ensure a smooth experience for their end users, we can help. The MarvelClient Upgrade solution empowers organizations to optimize their HCL Notes client management and standardize all user installs with a consistent configuration. If any client settings or modifications are made through user error, they will be rectified and reset to the standard, supported configurations on the next restart of the HCL Notes client. These automated restore functions enable any organization to ensure a consistent environment for their users and reduce the number of IT support calls from HCL Notes client installation issues.  

Find Out More

The panagenda company is currently running a promotion to help customers with their Notes Client upgrades in preparation for the release of HCL Notes and Domino v12.  If you are interested in finding out more about the MarvelClient Upgrade solution and how it can help streamline your client upgrade processes, please visit the panagenda promotion page online 

 

Domino Online Meeting Integration angekündigt

6. Mai 2021 Posted by Oliver Regelmann

Am Dienstag hat HCL auf einem Event der Nordic Collaboration User Group NCUG mit der Domino Online Meeting Integration (DOMI) die Möglichkeit angekündigt, direkt aus Notes heraus Online-Meetings in den Systemen Microsoft Teams, Zoom, WebEx, GoToMeeting und natürlich Sametime zu erstellen. Eine solche Integration in mehrere Drittsysteme gleichzeitig bietet sonst kein Client out of the […]

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HCL Notes 10.0.1 FP6 IF2 veröffentlicht

16. Februar 2021 Posted by Oliver Regelmann

HCL hat Notes 10.0.1 FP6 IF2 veröffentlicht. Wie schon 11.0.1 FP2 IF1 enthält es vornehmlich Fehlerbehebungen für Mac OS Big Sur und den Fix für das fehlende Erstelldatum von Dokumenten, die 2021 erstellt wurden. Fix List HCL hat Notes 10.0.1 FP6 IF2 veröffentlicht. Wie schon 11.0.1 FP2 IF1 enthält es vornehmlich Fehlerbehebungen für Mac OS […]

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HCL Notes 11.0.2 FP2 IF1 veröffentlicht

2. Februar 2021 Posted by Oliver Regelmann

Das Interim Fix 1 für HCL Notes 11.0.1 FP2 wurde veröffentlicht. Es fixt einen Bug, bei dem seit 2021 kein Erstelldatum in den Dokument-Eigenschaften mehr angezeigt wurde sowie einige Probleme auf Mac OS Big Sur. Fix List Das Interim Fix 1 für HCL Notes 11.0.1 FP2 wurde veröffentlicht. Es fixt einen Bug, bei dem seit […]

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E-Mailarchivierung ressourcensparend einsetzen – ganz einfach mit notes2archive

26. Januar 2021 Posted by Alexander Kühn

Über die Notwendigkeit einer E-Mailarchivierung muss man eigentlich nicht mehr diskutieren. Abgesehen von rechtlichen Vorgaben bieten sich hier doch einige wichtige Vorteile für Unternehmen, allen voran eine Entlastung der internen Infrastruktur und einfache Wiederherstellungsoptionen. Aber wie genau kann man eine E-Mailarchivierung betreiben, ohne dafür unternehmensintern Ressourcen stellen und Aufwand betreiben zu müssen? Die Antwort für HCL […]

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Updates Regarding HCL Notes v11 on Apple Big Sur

16. November 2020 Posted by Agnes Ng

Apple has officially released macOS Big Sur, its latest operating system, on Nov 12. We are aware that customers are unable to run the HCL Notes v11/11.0.1 client on a Mac after upgrading to Big Sur.

Various fixes have been applied to allow HCL Notes to run on Big Sur in the past few months. We introduced FP6 IF1 a few weeks ago for 10.0.1 which is supported on Big Sur GA. HCL Notes v11.0.1 FP2 is currently being tested by the HCL development team.

We understand the urgency of this issue and addressing it is our top priority. The fix pack for v11.0.1 (1101 FP2) is targeted to be released within a week. An announcement will be made when the fix pack is available on Flexnet.

You can read our tech note here.

Stay tuned, and we apologize for any inconvenience.

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HCL Domino Notes Client 11 New Feature

8. Oktober 2020 Posted by Ren Mark Tapang

Last January 2020, we launched a new version of Domino Notes Client (V11) which contains cleaner and modernized UI, minimalist menus, simplified forms and user experience improvements for Mail.  

Under Modernized UI Notes Client V11 appearance has changed the new color scheme and design. Notes Client UI focused on Simplicity so that it will be more user friendly. 

Also, for user experience Improvements, we focused on Progressive disclosure to show the advanced features and actions as the user needs them. 

Finally, we focused on Notes Client performance to be faster and more stable to increase effectiveness of the user. 

In addition to the aforementioned enhancements, new features are also made available in response to the feedbacks and requests from our customers. 

What’s New in Notes v 11 

  • Export to PDF – You can now export emails and documents to PDF from the HCL Notes Client.

  • 24+ hour meeting support – Meetings that are longer than 24 hours are now supported by the HCL Notes® Calendar.

  • Three Click Support – Three click support adds a level of security when a user opens an attachment within an email.

  • Network resiliency improvements – When there is no network connection (when the cable is unplugged or the wireless is unavailable), the Notes client responds with an error message. Previously, the client would freeze before timing out – now, the error message appears right away.

  • Synched release schedule – Starting with this release, Sametime and Notes follow the same release schedule.

  • TLS 1.2 support for SAML – Notes and Embedded Sametime now support TLS 1.2 with Notes Federated login (SAML). This enhancement is a result of upgrading the XULRunner browser within Notes to the latest version (which supports TLS 1.2).

  • MAC 64-bit uninstaller – The uninstaller provided for Notes 11 on Mac is now 64-bit. This change is made because Apple will no longer support a 32-bit uninstaller as of its upcoming Mac OS 10.15 (Catalina) release. The 64-bit uninstaller can be used to uninstall Notes 11 running on Mac OS 10.15, 10.14, and 10.13.

  • Moving folders prompt – Users are now prompted to confirm when a mail folder is moved: 

Domino Notes Client is committed to a quarterly release cycle and the latest release is now here. Domino Notes Client customers can download v11.0.1 on FlexNet today! 

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Domino Document Deletion Logging: How to Solve for Missing Documents

19. August 2020 Posted by Jessie Jeffrey Matias

As a Domino Administrator you might have been asked by your users, “Where is this specific email!?” It has been a long-standing issue with older versions of Domino when an important document goes missing in an application used by multiple users, with no way to identify who/what/when/how a certain document was deletedFear no moreDomino document deletion logging is now a feature that was made available starting from Domino v10. You now have the ability to explain what might happen to the document they are looking for. 

So, how can you implement it? It’s as simple as running compact task on a database, literally! A new compact task option is available to enable logging of data about deleted documents in databases that you specify. Here are the key requirements for such feature. 

  1. Use Domino v10 and above.
  2. Have transaction logging enabled.
  3. Run compact task against the database that you want to monitor 

load compact <database path> -dl on “<comma separated list of items>” 

where <database path> is a specific database or a directory of databases, relative to the data directory, for example, mail or discussion.nsf. 

 <comma separated list of items> is a list of fields to show in the logs to help you identify deleted documents. The fields must be one of these types: Text, Text_List, RFC822_Text, or Time. Suggested fields for mail documents are SubjectSendToFrom, and DeliveredDate. If you have custom fields on a document, you can use them as well. 

The data is logged to a deletion log file called delete.logwhich is located under the server Data directory, IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT folder. When documents are deleted from a database, entries are added to that file. 

When the server is restarted, a new deletion log file is created. Old deletion log files are renamed to delete_<servername>_yyyy_mm_dd@hh_mm_ss.log; for example: delete_Server1\Renovations_2020_01_10@06_28_45.log 

Deleting a document from a database adds an entry to the current deletion log file with the following data. This data is provided in a CSV-compatible format. 

Data in deletion log entry 

More information 

Date and time of the document deletion   
Database from which the document was deleted.  Relative to the data directory 
Replica ID of the database  Helps you find multiple replicas of a database in the log if the database name is not the same on all servers. 
Process that did the deletion  For example: 

  • server 
  • dbmt 
  • replica 
Name of the server or person who deleted the document   
Type of document deletion  Can be: 

  • SOFT — document is in the trash 
  • HARD — Stub delete (for example when the document is deleted from the trash) 
  • RESTORE (document restored after a SOFT delete) 
Class of document deleted  Specified as one of the following hex values: 

  • 0001 (Document – NOTE_CLASS_DATA) 
  • 0002 (About Database Document – NOTE_CLASS_INFO) 
  • 0004 (Form – NOTE_CLASS_FORM) 
UNID  Unique document identifier across replicas 
Items  Up to four field values in a deleted document to help you identify it. Specified when you enable deletion logging. Although you can specify more than four field values, only the first four that are found are shown in the log entry. Each item has three parts: the item name, the length of the item value, and the first 400 characters of the item value. 

 Then if you no longer need to monitor the document deletion on the database, run the following command: load compact <database path> -dl off 

Here’s some things to keep in mind when using this feature. 

  • When entering the compact command, no spaces inside the comma separated list of items.  

load compact mail/admin.nsf -dl on “SendTo,From,DeliveredDate” — Correct 

load compact mail/admin.nsf -dl on “SendTo, From, DeliveredDate”— Incorrect 

  • More than 4 comma separated items can be put in when entering the command. However, only 4 comma separated list of items will be logged in the deletion log file. 

Learn more about Domino Document Deletion Logging here.  

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Neues aus der HCL Familie

13. August 2020 Posted by Gerda Marx

Seit dem 06.08.2020 ist die Domino Volt Version 1.0.1 allgemein verfügbar. Die Version hat einige neue Funktionen erhalten. Domino Volt ist ein Programm, mit dem der User einfache workflowbasierte Anwendungen in Form von "Low Code Entwicklung" erstellen kann. Einsetzbar ist Volt ab Domino V10. Was ist neu und wie [...]

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HCL stellt „HCL Digital Solutions Academy“ vor

8. Juni 2020 Posted by Gerda Marx

Knapp ein Jahr nach der Übernahme der Notes/Domino Sparte von IBM sagte Richard Jefts (General Manager HCL Digital Solutions) in seiner Eröffnungsrede der DNUG47online, dass die Akquise der IBM Software ein guter Griff gewesen sei und die gesteckten Ziele fast alle erreicht wurden. HCL hat im Notes/Domino Bereich alles [...]

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HCL Domino Notes V10.0.01 Fix Pack veröffentlicht

12. Februar 2020 Posted by Gerda Marx

HCL hat das Fix Pack 4 für die Version Notes/Domino 10.0.1 veröffentlicht. HCL empfiehlt ihren Kunden die Fix-Packs auszuführen, um eine bessere Stabilität der Kundenumgebung zu gewährleisten. Die Fix Packs werden in regelmäßigen Abständen veröffentlicht, um kleinere Fehler zu bebeben. Die komplette Liste der im Fix Pack 4 enthaltenen [...]

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Domino, Notes, Sametime V11 – Infos aus Tokio

5. Dezember 2019 Posted by Gerda Marx

Gestern um 15 Uhr (MEZ) wurden in Tokio von HCL die neuen Versionen von Domino, Notes und Sametime in der Version 11 vorgestellt. HCL Connections 6.5 (folgen Sie dem Link, um ein Highlightvideo zu sehen) wurde bereits am Montag dem 02.12.19 gelauncht. Alle waren gespannt was HCL zeigen wird! [...]

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Domino v11: Your Questions Answered

6. September 2019 Posted by Andrew Manby

During the August 7, 2019, Domino V11 “Let’s Get Real about Domino” webcast, we covered a lot of ground. Andrew Manby, HCL Software’s AVP of Product Management, presented our up-to-date roadmap for our #dominoforever journey and what it means for developers, administrators, and business users. You had a lot of questions! And we answer them here. To be informed of future updates, please subscribe to our newsletter.

Apps
Q: Will WA (Web Assembly) include offline support for applications?
A: Yes, the ability to run Domino applications on a browser will support online and offline modes, with the support of the NotesID and replication.

Q: What are the plans for Domino Designer? Will it stay as-is for V11?
A: Yes, we are focused on fixes and enhancements, for example, for working with apps deployed on HCL Nomad. Longer-term, we are evolving the tooling for mid-code to pro-code too.

Q: Can you share for everyone where leap is in a sandbox on HCL?
A: You can log in from here.

Q: What’s the future for the ICAA client?
A:  ICAA will continue to be maintained/enhanced, however, the intention is for applications to run natively in the browser using Web Assembly.

Beta
Q: What’s the link to the V11 beta program for Notes, Domino and Sametime?
A: The beta program is now open for registrations.

Cloud
Q: The coming HCL cloud will be apps-only, no mail, right?
A: Please refer to the recent announcement blog by Richard Jefts and bookmark the HCL blog for future updates on our HCL Cloud strategy and plans to help clients on IBM Connections Cloud with their migration path. If you have immediate questions, please speak with your HCL sales representative.

Community
Q: Can we please get a real-time discussion platform to talk to each other?
A: Stay tuned, it is a great question. By the way, you’ll notice the beta forum is using a Domino discussion forum. Woohoo!

Q: Since the designer can be downloaded, will it be possible to run applications in production without buying licenses?
A: Feel free to use the Domino Community Server (for non-production use) for developing and testing applications. Any production use will require a license.

Development
Q: What is the ETA for AppDevPack 1.0.2? Where can I find the previous version?
A: Q3-2019. At this time there is no way in flexnet to search for app dev pack. If you are entitled to it, it will be under the Domino server package.

Q: Do you plan to update and rework the domino designer and fix all the designer bugs?
A: Yes, we’ve been iteratively fixing the backlog of known Designer issues, including those in Xpages. Please participate in the V11 Beta and bang away at the V11 Designer and report any reliability issues in the Beta Forum.

Q: I saw that you want to use react.js in the future. What about angular?
A: Per the Domino AppDev evolution slide, our pro-code UX and stack is going to be using React, of course, you can build your applications using Angular (or Vue) if you like using the AppDev Pack with Node.js.

Q: Is there any integration plan with Domino and IBM Bluemix Services (Object Storage, IBM Watson Services, etc.) to leverage machine learning in Domino App?
A: You can do this already now. LotusScript in V10 supports REST API access. Plus, in V11, we are able to use any S3 compliant tiered storage for DAOS.

Domino
Q: We provide HCL DS private cloud on AWS. The storage multi-server DAOS could work with any kind of hard drive on S3? How to have more information about that in order to prepare our architecture? Thank you.
A: In V11, we are using an S3 interface which is supported by many vendors, you can look at minio as an example of mapping DAOS tier 2 to a filesystem

Q: Will there be an analog of Cloud Object Store for on-premise deployments?
A: The S3 protocol is not dependent on cloud. You can use an on-prem storage system which supports the S3 protocol and configure your Domino servers to use this object-store.

Q: Is there a plan for a native Domino server on Mac?
A: No plans for a Domino server on Mac, however, you can run Docker images with Domino server on the mac with Docker

Downloads
Q: Is there an HCL download link for getting software and fix packs, etc.
Yes. Here is the link.

Strategy
Q: Will you do a big launch like V10 with V11?
A: We will be doing events and webcasts. Stay tuned for details.

Q: Is there a v11 roadshow in Malaysia or Singapore?
A: We are looking at a Factory Tour in AP, and there will be regional post V11 events.

Q: Will the domino programming languages documentation website be moved before the current site is closed?
A: Yes, we’re planning to move all existing content over to an HCL Digital Solutions site.

Integration
Q: Is there a roadmap for LEI (Lotus Enterprise Integrator)?
A: Yes, we are planning to update LEI with V11. The intent is to support both V10 and V11 installations and platforms.

Languages
Q: Any chance of making it possible for us HCL Masters to provide local language versions? I.e. Ukrainian, Kazakh, Belorussian, or Norwegian?
A: While there is no formal plan in place, we’d like to discuss how whether this is possible after the delivery of V11.

Q: When is the next release of the languages for V10 going to be available?
A: Thank you for your patience. The intention is to provide the new packs for the following languages early in Q4-2019. Unfortunately, we have hit some hurdles, and it’s taking longer than we anticipated:

  • Czech
  • Russian
  • Polish
  • Dutch
  • Swedish
  • Arabic

Licensing
Q: Are you saying Domino servers will have to connect to Flexnet servers in order to function?
A: It’s a MUCH simpler licensing mechanism than the very complex IBM licensing, Yes, either online or offline by running a local instance of flexnet.

Q: Seems like a lot of questions about licensing and flexnet… What is flexnet and how does this differ from how we currently use Domino?
A: We intend to host a webcast dedicated to the topic of how Notes, Domino and Sametime will be licensed in V11 with Flexnet. Stay tuned.

Q: What is the future of XWork product and licensing model?
A: XWork Server is a Domino server with a specific license. There are no plans to change this offering.

Q: I understand, but we already received budgeting requests so Q4 will be too late for that.
A: You can still use the existing IBM pricing and licensing model.

Lifecycle
Q: How long after GA of V11 will there be no support for 9 any longer (how long will there be at least R9 Support)?
A: HCL Digital Solution has honored the IBM Support Lifecycle for Notes, Domino and Sametime. You can find the information here.

Mail
Q: Will IMSMO be supported in V11?
A: We fully support IMSMO; in fact, we have merged the IMSMO server component into Traveler already. Plus, we are intended to make the IMSMO integration with Outlook on the client easier in the future. There will be a V11 Traveler server.
 
Q: Now that V10 has an official Team Calendar, will get an officially supported Team Mailbox Template?
A: We have looked into this topic, and we’re planning to improve our existing template to become more usable for team mailboxes. See here.
 
Q: Are there any capability to inline edit/update of the attachments in the web like we did in Notes client version
A: There are no plans to support the Notes client or Designer or Admin on Linux. You can use Verse On-Premises and Sametime for mail access and chat on a browser. The Web Assembly work will enable applications to run on a browser too.
 
Q: Any new tools for co-existing o365/exchange to Domino?
A: At the Factory Tour recently, we announced partnerships with Approved Contact and Ontime to provide Free Busy look up across Exchange, O365, Domino and Google.
 
Q: Will iNotes officially be replaced by VoP in V11? Or will iNotes still be an option?
A: iNotes will still be an option in V11. However, please investigate our newest release, VOP 1.0.8.
 
Mobile
Q: What about HCL Nomad on Android Table (Public) Beta Program?
A: Yes, sign up for the Android Tablet and iPhone Beta here.
 
Q: Would really appreciate a widget to collect a “wet ink” signature in a widget similar to the date widget or pick lists with user “re-sizeable” feature for touchscreen use. Created in Designer and used on a mobile device.
A: Please add this to our AHA portal.
 
Q: Are we going to get access to mail in HCL Nomad that was promised at Engage?

A: Yes, it’s already working that capability into the current build for the upcoming beta release of HCL Nomad on Android and iPhone. Please sign up for the beta.
 
Q: Any updates to the iPad client to actually utilize location switching?
A: DMA/Nomad doesn’t support location switching by design.
 
Platform
Q: Will you continue support for IBM i with version 11?
A: Yes. IBM i is a supported platform.
 
Q: Is there any plan for 64-bit Notes Client in Windows?
A: Yes, there will be a 64-Bit Windows client available in the V11 beta.
 
Reporting
Q: Is there any plan to have an ODBC SQL Driver to work later than V9?
A: There is a Technote available that shows how to get the current ODBC SQL Driver to work with V10.
 
Sametime
Q: What about Sametime and integrations with V11?
A: Sametime is an integrated part of our product portfolio (Notes and Verse), so yes, of course, it will work and will be integrated in V11.
 
Standards
Q: What JDK version will V11 use?
A: Open JDK 8.
 
Tools
Q: Will Panagenda be included and support all different client deployments?
A: Panagenda Marvel client will be in V11, specifically, HCL Notes and HCL Nomad.
 
Workflows
Q: Visual Workflows: does it mean a workflow engine will be embedded into Domino?
A: The combination of LEAP and Domino in V11 will provide simple workflows out of the box. Our intention is to provide a visual workflow building capability for IT/Business within LEAP (in the future). In addition, we are looking at more sophisticated capabilities aimed at the mid-to-pro-coder, again with a Domino Server, for future releases of Domino. Stay tuned.
 
Xpages
Q: Are you still “working” on the XPages roadmap? Beside “supported”, can we hope for some improvements or are you more working on a “migration” strategy?
A: XPages is a complex environment. So, there is no single answer to the many apps based on XPages. Yes, it is fully supported for the foreseeable future, and we are working on a recommended path. Stay tuned for more information.

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