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XPages Portable Command Guide: A Compact Resource to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language by Dan O’Connor, Tony McGuckin, Maire Kehoe, Martin Donnelly

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Chapter 2. Working with Notes/Domino Configuration Files

In Chapter 1, “Working with XSP Properties,” you saw how the xsp.properties file served as a configuration file for the XPages runtime. In an analogous manner, both the Notes client and the Domino server have a configuration file that sets parameters for various elements of core behavior: notes.ini.

Whereas the xsp.properties file is specific to XPages, notes.ini has many masters to serve; it is a common resource that all components in the Notes/Domino core share. As a consequence, the notes.ini files in your particular Notes/Domino installations might contain hundreds of diverse settings. For instance, a current check of the notes.ini file for my own Notes client shows that it has 198 ...

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