I'm sick and tired of seeing this: NSD I even caught a red screen, but wasn't fast enough at grabbing a screen shot of it. I've created a profile document with a Notes client, using the Formula

@Command( [EditProfileDocument] ; "profile"; "uregprofile")

which looks quite harmless to me, and which in fact does create the profile document, which I can save. When I try to access a field on that profile document from the C-API with

    err = NSFProfileGetField(db,
            profilename,
            (WORD)strlen(profilename),
            NULL,
            0,
            "idfilepath",
            (WORD)strlen("idfilepath"),
            &datatype;,
            &bhvalue;,
            &valuelen;);

Notes crashes. profilename is set to "uregprofile", but I've tried any of the incantations with profilename and username including the ridiculous looking $profile_007profile_ which is contained in the $Name field of the document itself. The documentation is very helpful here:

An example of this field from a "Calendar Profile" document created from the Notes client would be, $profile_015calendarprofile_. Here the UserName is blank since this profile was created with the Notes client. Therefore to retrieve this profile, use NULL for UserName. Another example of a profile document where UserName may be blank is the "Delegation Profile". This profile is also created using the Notes client.

Update: Watch out for the API documentation when it specifies "UserName - Name of the user of this profile. Optional - may be NULL.". They don't mean NULL (i.e.

(void *)0)

, they mean the empty string

""

. Quite a difference! Yeah...

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DomiNotes :: 15 Oct 2006 :: e-mail

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