I had need to get some data from Amazon Web Services, and in particular their Alexa Top Sites web service which provides access to lists of web sites ordered by Alexa Traffic Rank. And, happily, they had a Query Example Continue reading Amazon’s Web Top Site (Alexa) web service and Ruby; Fixed and juiced!
This all started because I wanted to skip certain processing on a document if a document was going to be deleted (if it was going to be deleted the process was redundant). There is a nice DeleteDocument method for the Continue reading SNTT : Trapping Document Delete in LotusScript to skip Document processing
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection : Query Example in Ruby line 27 of the sample should read : “http://ats.amazonaws.com?” + not “http://awis.amazonaws.com/onca/xml?” +
Last week I posted on Testing for Unique values in a Lotus Notes Form field, then Nathan’s Comment made me reprise the code. (Learn and share or “CITOKATE”) I promised to show how to test for Unique multiple values (or Continue reading SNTT : Testing for Unique Multi Values in a Lotus Notes Form field
Suppose you need to ensure that a value is unique for a field for a given form and the documents created by that form. Like a “CompanyName” field on a “Company” form. How would you go about that in the Lotus Notes client? Continue reading SNTT : Test for Unique values in a Lotus Notes Form field