Welcome to the Domino AppDev Pack.
The AppDev Pack adds Node.js support to HCL Domino Server. It includes three related components:
- A server-side component called Proton. An administrator installs and configures Proton on one or more Domino servers. If you are a Domino administrator, start with the Administration Overview page.
- A Node.js module called domino-db. A developer adds this module to a Node.js application. The domino-db module uses Proton to perform bulk operations on documents in a server database. If you are a developer, start with the API Documentation page.
- A Node.js based service called IAM (Identity and Access Management). An administrator can deploy it aside Domino to enable remote applications to access Domino resources through RESTFul APIs with standard OAuth2.0 authorization flows. For interests, start with the IAM Overview page.
What's New in Release 1.0.4
Release 1.0.4 includes the following changes:
- Support for Domino 11.01 or later and Domino 10.0.1FP4 or later. The AppDev Pack install kit includes separate archives for each major Domino release. See installation instructions for more details.
- domino-db support for rich text items in Notes documents. See here for more details.
- domino-db support for running agents in a Notes database. See here and here for more details.
- Proton request rate limiting for rogue applications. See here for more details.
- Proton console log messages are now written to log.nsf on the Domino server.
PROTON_USE_LOGNSFNotes.ini in Proton Administration to revert to the old behavior of only writing to the
What's New in Release 1.0.3
Release 1.0.3 includes the following changes:
- Bug fix to a corruption bug for some attachments uploaded using Proton on Windows.
- A Step-by-Step Setup Guide to configure the AppDev Pack components.
- Requires either Domino Server 10.0.1 Fix Pack 4 or Domino Server 11. Note that Domino 11 will be available before Domino 10.0.1 Fix Pack 4.
What's New in Release 1.0.2
Release 1.0.2 includes the following new features:
(Preview) A domino-db application may now request the ability to make Proton requests on behalf of a user. The feature, collectively named Act as User is implemented across multiple components from the AppDev pack. For details, see:
The ability to create and read Names, Readers and Authors items.
The ability to create, read and delete attachments. See Attachments for details.
The ability for Proton to update the Domino directory with an application's certificate. See details here.
What's New in Release 1.0.1
Release 1.0.1 includes the following new features:
- IAM service is officially released.
- Microsoft Windows support. Both Proton and IAM can now be deployed to Windows.
- Compute with form support for create, read and update operations. See Compute with form for details.
- The ability to read and write $REF items. For more information, see NOTEREF_LIST.
- A test script for verifying your connection to Proton. For more information, see Proton Test Script.
- Node.js 10.x support. This version of domino-db was tested with Node.js 10.x. Previous versions of Node.js are deprecated, and subsequent versions are not yet supported.