Examples: Managers property (NotesDatabase - LotusScript®)

  1. This script displays the name of every manager in the current database. For example, it might display "Helen Anda," "LocalDomainServers," and "Sales."
    Dim session As New NotesSession
    Dim db As NotesDatabase
    Set db = session.CurrentDatabase
    Forall m In db.Managers
      Messagebox( m )
    End Forall
  2. This action script prompts a user for a suggestion and then mails the suggestion to the managers of the current database.
    Sub Click(Source As Button)
      Dim session As New NotesSession
      Dim db As NotesDatabase
      Dim doc As NotesDocument
      Set db = session.CurrentDatabase
      Set doc = New NotesDocument( db )
      doc.Form = "Memo"
      doc.Subject = "Suggestion for "+ db.Title
      doc.Body = Inputbox$ _
      ( "Please enter your suggestion: ", db.Title )
      Call doc.Send( False, db.Managers )
    End Sub
  3. An application consists of two databases that work together. This script finds all the managers of the first database and assigns them manager access to the second database. (The script must have manager access to the second database in order for the script to run).
    Dim db1 As New NotesDatabase _
    ( "Key West", "cserv\datadict.nsf" )
    Dim db2 As New NotesDatabase _
    ( "Key West", "cserv\calltrak.nsf" )
    Forall mgr In db1.Managers
      Call db2.GrantAccess( mgr, ACLLEVEL_MANAGER )
    End Forall