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Method for validation of Lotus Notes Authorization by User ID and Asset Description

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000235042D
Publication Date: 2014-Feb-25
Document File: 2 page(s) / 96K

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Abstract

A method for simplifying validation of Lotus Notes authorization by user identification and asset description is disclosed.

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Method for validation of Lotus Notes Authorization by User ID and Asset Description

Disclosed is a method for simplifying validation of Lotus Notes

® authorization by user identification and asset description.

Each user is presented with a link to a unique database. The same pre-formatted memo is sent to each of the users in the domain. The link in the memo points every user to the same code that opens a window showing only those items owned by the person opening the link. In an example embodiment, this may be accomplished with a Lotus notes embedded view from a form which had no inputs fields, but only serves as a conduit for the embedded view which does all the work.

Special code (to process selected elements in the embedded link) may be designed to make this approach work. Multiple items (on several scroll-able pages) can be selected at the same time, and then ALL are processed simultaneously by the press of an action button (in this case the need to know button of Yes or No which may be selected). The code then automatically updates the list with the yes/no icon and the time stamp of the button click marks the disposition date. In a prototype test scenario with 40,000 users and 200,000 different user accesses, this approach demonstrated a huge efficiency improvement over previous version that did this validation separately for each of the 5000+ databases.

Figure 1 depicts a simple list format to view and validate items.

Figure 1

With code to look up, and in...