Domino network topology.
This tools would generate Mail Routing/Replicating server topology of IBM Domino from Domino Directory.
When you specify Domino Directory(names.nsf) in dtopo.ini and run dtopo.java, it will show topology charts of Replication/Mail Routing information from its connection documents.
I have found these files recently. File timestamps shows that I wrote them around 2001-2002. I have rewrote them in UTF-8, and I have changed a bit for Eclipse environment. Now I would make them public in github with my nostalgy.
Install and Setup IBM Notes.
Prepare names.nsf, which contains enough information of Mail Routings/Replicatings, in your local Notes Data directory. For example, test/names.nsf
git clone/download dtopo from github into your Eclipse workspace as project.
Change your JRE in Eclipse project as the ones of IBM Notes. See detailed information here.
Add Notes.jar and websvc.jar in your Notes folder(ex. C:\Notes\jvm\lib\ext) as external JARs in your project.
Edit dtopo.ini and set your names.nsf path following with n:
- n: test/names.nsf
Build dtopo.java, and run it. You will see two windows displayed. One is for Mail Routing, and another one is for Replicating.
- You can drag and drop server icons in them, and reorganize topologies.
This code is licensed under MIT.
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