26 Apr '12, 4am

Potential Server crash using OpenLog.

There is a handy, but undocumented LotusScript function LSI_INFO that can lead to crashes of the Domino server, especially on 64Bit systems. Since the function never had been documented, a fix for that can't be expected any time soon (or at all). Unfortunately that function is used in OpenLog an incredibly useful logging application written by Julian Robichaux . Here is how to fix this: Make sure you use the latest release (you also can use the code contained in TaskJam , it is extended to be able to log XPages) Edit the OpenLogFunctions script library and add into the initialize statement: NoLSIStackTrace = True Make sure all applications that use OpenLog get the updates library (if you copied it with intact inheritance a "load design" will do)

Full article: http://www.wissel.net/blog/d6plinks/SHWL-8TNKCY?Open

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