When formatted in a certain way, *.ini files can be read by NT batch scripts (windows).

 

Example *.lini file (config.ini):

option1=lorem
option2=ipsum

 

Example .bat (readini.bat):

@echo off
for /f "tokens=1,2 delims==" %%a in (config.ini) do (
if %%a==option1 set option1=%%b
if %%a==option2 set option2=%%b
)

echo %option1%
echo %option2%




 

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Have you ever wanted to create a link on a fileshare which can be doubleclicked, so that Lotus Notes open directly that application/database?

 

Here is the solution:

 

  1. Open a document, view, or application/database in Notes.
  2. Choose Edit - Copy As Link to create a document, view, or application/database link.
  3. Open a text editor (e.g. Notepad).
  4. Choose Edit - Paste. (You'll see information similar to the example at the bottom).
  5. Save this document in a convenient location with a file name such as DOCLINK.NDL (*.ndl).
  6. To test your link, double-click the file icon for DOCLI

    Have you ever wanted to create a link on a fileshare which can be doubleclicked, so that Lotus Notes open directly that application/database?

     

    Here is the solution:

     

    1. Open a document, view, or application/database in Notes.
    2. Choose Edit - Copy As Link to create a document, view, or application/database link.
    3. Open a text editor (e.g. Notepad).
    4. Choose Edit - Paste. (You'll see information similar to the example at the bottom).
    5. Save this document in a convenient location with a file name such as DOCLINK.NDL (*.ndl).
    6. To test your link, double-click the file icon for DOCLINK.NDL. Your link should open in Notes.

     

    Example:

    IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.1 Help (Basic Configuration)
    <NDL>
    <REPLICA 85257609:00447653>
    <REM>IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.1 Help (Basic Configuration)</REM>
    </NDL>


     

     

    More infos:

    Send Notes links through the Internet