Generally, Lotus Script code generates this error when it instantiates an invalid database object handle and then tries to work with the object handle.
This could be happening if the server and/or file path are incorrect or if the current machine cannot connect to the target server.
Error messages are not only annoyances to Lotus Notes/Domino users and administrators.
They are also calls to action to fix issues with a Notes client or Domino server.
The object store that is used by this note was not found.
Run the object store COLLECT task on this database.
If that isn't possible, then the user can acknowledge the dialog box when it appears.
But I continue to receive the following error message, "Error creating product object" on the line Set src = New LCConnection ("db2"). However, there is a separate Help document that explains how to get a more detailed message from the LSX session. Without the session object and subsequent test in the error handler, failure while creating a connection to DB2 generates the Lotus Script message, "Error creating product object." For the same error condition, the LSX reports, "Error: Cannot load LSX library 'db2'." Handler: If (Session.
Status 7lt;7gt; LCSUCCESS) Then Messagebox Session. Get Status Text, 0, "The following Lotus Connector error has occurred" Else Messagebox Error$, 0, "The following Lotus Script error has occurred" End If End End Sub What does the following Lotus Notes database error mean and how do I run the task it refers to?
I'm at the point where I'm wondering if the mail file (.nsf) may be corrupt. One thing that might help is to use over-the-air synchronization, instead of relying on the Desktop Manager -- if this is an option.
I can't see any Lotus Notes calendar entries that look unusual though, so I'm at a loss. Valerie Wang, Lotus Notes/Domino and Black Berry Expert I created an agent using the Lotus Connectors Lotus Script Extension (LCLSX) to connect to a DB2 table. Domino Designer's Help suggests that you record the error and contact IBM Lotus.
My Web service is signed with the Lotus Notes ID to run a Web service or agent on the specified Domino server.