• Members Bild

    By Hugo Pereira 6 years ago

    Hello,

    We're trying to figure a way to have a centralized place for the members.

    We would like to have the information that we have in the Domino Names and also allow members to edit their personal information.

    This all together with other OpenNtf project that also have members: "Collaboration Today".

    What we were thinking is creating centralized members database, that received information from Domino Names and sends the information to each application. Allowing the user to edit his information in the application, and then the process synchronize the changes with the centralized members database.

    What we want to avoid is to write in the Domino Names. And also have a centralized database from were we have the members for several XPages internet applications.

    What do you think?

    Thank you.

    Regards.

     

     

     

    • Notes User Directory

      By Patrick Kwintensson 6 years ago

      Hi, I agree that all applications on OpenNTF would benefit from utilizing a single Notes User Directory (that contains common info from the Notes Addressbook).

      Question is: who will provide such a directory and a description how other developers should utilize it?

      • Re: Notes User Directory

        By Hugo Pereira 6 years ago

        Hello Patrick,

        In our particular case, we have an integration application that allows the synchronization between applications.

        We we're trying to avoid the document duplication between the new NAB (NAB2) and the Bildr, for instance. But, in performance terms, having it all in the same application, seems to be better (Bildr doesn't need so much information as the NAB2 have).

        This NAB, as an application, it's just a NAB. The complexity is in the documents integration between applications. So, for that, we have an integration application.

        I think that a good hint for developers would be create a copy of the NAB and a simple agent that copies information from one application to another.

        Regards

      • Re

        By Hugo Pereira 6 years ago

        Hello Patrick,

        In our particular case, we have an integration application that allows the synchronization between applications.

        We we're trying to avoid the document duplication between the new NAB (NAB2) and the Bildr, for instance. But, in performance terms, having it all in the same application, seems to be better (Bildr doesn't need so much information as the NAB2 have).

        This NAB, as an application, it's just a NAB. The complexity is in the documents integration between applications. So, for that, we have an integration application.

        I think that a good hint for developers would be create a copy of the NAB and a simple agent that copies information from one application to another.

        Regards