This part 1 of 3 in the article series “Classic Notes: How to communicate with IBM Connections from LotusScript wrapping IBM SBT with LS2J”.
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- Ooops, but I am mostly doing LotusScript, you say … what now?
Perhaps you ask a question on StackOverflow to see if anybody has some advice for your scenario (just completely out of the sky – perhaps something similar to this question ). The chances are that you’d get a lot of advice abandoning your old and tired LotusScript in favor for the much more modern Java language. Your challenge is that you have a lot of LotusScript code that you would love to enhance with the new cool IBM SBT possibilities, and perhaps not the time to take the heavy plunge into learning a new language.
This article – which assumes a whole bunch of details are in place – will show you how to have this small piece of LotusScript code …
… put an entry into an Activity Stream in a specified community like this;