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Thu 27 Mar 2014, 01:11 PM
Without mentioning names, we got a customer request today:


We need to migrate some data to SQL server and having difficulties with RTF's. By using @abstract, results are mixed. Some records have partial data from RTF field and also formatting is not retained.

So we are looking for MidasLSX which allow us to easily export an RTF along with a few other fields directly into SQL server or write all the records from Notes database into a CSV file which can be imported into SQL table.

This request, and the two others like it I have had in the past two weeks, is why the Export to CSV sample database is so important, and why the video below is so useful even with just a few views.




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Thu 27 Mar 2014, 10:12 AM
While Gimp may not be relevant to IBM software or Notes/Domino, many business partners have chosen to use this free, open source image manipulation software for creating graphics, cleaning up photos and even building simple animations. Over on Mini-Lessons.info, I have twenty-two different Gimp tutorials along with many tutorials on Notes/Domino topics including some on the Midas LSX and CoexLinks.

This is my latest Gimp 2.8 mini-lesson. Like all of my videos, there are no ads at all, and I aim for brief and easy to understand. Like most, it is in HD and has closed captions if you find that easier or want a translation. Enjoy, and if you are interested in either my Gimp or Notes or other tutorials, why not subscribe? 




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