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08.04.2020

Important fix to Notes Import Export Library if you have percent-symbols in column-names

Category Import Export Library
Aug 4th, 2020: A new release of Notes Import Library (IEL) has been released, fixing a bug with percent-symbols in field- and column names

If you had an Excel-spreadsheet with column-headers containing percent-symbols (like for example "Whatever %" or "% Complete"), IEL would have problems saving and loading Import- or Export Specification files. If you didn't save specification file, the import- or export, worked as designed.

The symptom of problem with percent-symbols, was that IEL couldn't map the fields properly when you loaded the specification files.

05.07.2020

Important fix to Notes Import Export Library if you work with time/date fields

Category Import Export Library
May 7th, 2020: A new release of Notes Import Library (IEL) has been released.

If you have imported Excel spreadsheets containing time/date cells -and- used the "English (United States)"-regional settings in Windows, you might have experienced trouble importing time/date cell values. This release fixes and robustifies the handling of time/date cell values even further across any region-setting.

05.05.2020

Minor fix to the installer of Import Export Library to properly detect HCL Notes 11

Category Import Export Library
May 5th, 2020: A new release of Notes Import Library (IEL) has been released. This time the changes only lies within the installer itself, as it contained a bug prohibiting the installer to detect HCL Notes 11 on your computer. The symptom was that you didn't see any valid Notes clients during installation. It should like this when you install IEL;

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Above you see that HCL Notes is detected properly.

01.03.2020

New release of Import Export Library (IEL): Ready for HCL Notes Version 11

Category Import Export Library
January 2nd, 2020: A new release of Notes Import Library (IEL) has been released. At December 20th, 2019, HCL made the new Notes and Domino version 11 available. Welcome HCL!

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This version of IEL should install fine with the new HCL Notes Client Version 11.

01.03.2020

New year - and new version of Import Image 2 Lotus Notes

Category Import Image 2 Lotus Notes
January 2nd, 2020: Release 1.9.0.1284 of Import Image 2 Lotus Notes (II2LN) is out. The II2LN Command Line Client has been revamped to accept parameters in a bit more streamlined fashion. No need to remember the different switches such as -targetpath and -target, unless you want to! This means that the command sequence is now:

ii2ln.exe <sourcefile or wildcard> [optional targetfile] [optional import options] [optional switches]

This makes it extremely easy to convert an image file from one format to another. For example you can convert a jpg to png with this command:

ii2ln MysourceImage.jpg MyTargetImage.png

The rotateexif-switch has also been fixed, so it first check the EXIF Orientation on your image and then "normalizes the orientation". II2LN also set the EXIF Orientation correctly if image is rotated. This way you will never have issues with orientation again. The following command normalizes the orientation for all images in the current folder.

ii2ln *.* -rotateexif

ii2ln *.* -re (do the same thing as above, with the abbreviated switch for rotateexif)

Remember that you can add the -recursive switch to process images in all subfolders too.

II2LN's ability to grab web-pages has also been updated to accept https.Simply use and URL instead of a source file, such as:

ii2ln https://www.vcode.no/web/vcode.nsf/htdocs/proudprogrammer vcode.jpg

... to grab the complete content of the specified n https://www.vcode.no/web/vcode.nsf/htdocs/proudprogrammer to the target file vcode.jpg. Remember, you can combine this will other import options too, to grab for example, just a piece of the web page. The command below grabs the logo-part from the previous web page:

ii2ln https://www.vcode.no/web/vcode.nsf/htdocs/proudprogrammer vcode.jpg "SetWebGrabClipRect:420,860,300,250"

12.05.2019

Import Image 2 Lotus Notes - prepared for HCL Notes 11

Category Import Image 2 Lotus Notes
December 5th, 2019: Today a new version of II2LN has been released. First and foremost, it has been prepared for the upcoming new version of Notes, the HCL Notes version 11. Note that II2LN will not run on HCL Domino 11 as it will only be shipped as a 64-bit application. In addition a bug has been fixed regarding the import-option AddVariable, meaning that you now can use your own variables fully with ReplaceWithVariable.

09.14.2018

New release of Import Image 2 Lotus Notes - running better on Windows 10 with a updated DXL-processor

Category Import Image 2 Lotus Notes

September 3rd, 2018: Release 1.9.0.1026 of Import Image 2 Lotus Notes (II2LN) is out. First of all is every file in the package signed with updated certificates, meaning that Windows 10’s SmartScreen won’t make II2LN stumble on Windows 10. In addition a new and updated internal DXL-processor works even faster behind the scenes. Happy image importing.


03.23.2018

New release of Import Export Library (IEL) - a small bug fix

Category Import Export Library
March, 23rd. 2018: Today a new bug-fix version of IEL was released. Another bug with key-updates were discovered. Thanks Larry B!. Head over to the IEL product page for more details!

03.17.2018

New release of Import Export Library (IEL). Better formula editor, bud fixes and enhancements

Category Import Export Library
March, 17th. 2018: Today a new version of IEL went out the door. Head over to the IEL product page for more details!

06.27.2017

Try this if List Fields crash on your system!

Category List Fields

List Fields – as most other software – loves to be installed with Administrator rights on your computer. Why? Because it need to deploy a couple of COM files, register them correctly in Windows, and update the registry amongst other things. If you do install with Administrator rights (remember, right click on the installer file and choose “Run as Administrator”"), most issues should never surface in your case Smile

Another thing to bear in mind is that Windows gets more and more security from version to version. The latest Windows 10 does a fair amount of “sandboxing” to try to keep evil code out of harms way. This may lead to problems that we must know how to fix.

Read on to see some extra tricks you can try out if List Fields bail out on you! Note that these tricks may work on Windows 7 too.


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