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Sorting Hat v0.1

In this application, we see how the Microsoft Web Browser Embedded Object Control can be used in the Lotus Notes Client to provide programatically-defined File Browsers. Pretty slick for "storage" of large files, as this can allow you to control the target storage directory via application logic while allowing storage of large files on a File Server.

Please Note: There are two (2) "document" Form Design Elements - the hidden "document" showing the initial demo displaying two (2) Microsoft Web Browser Embedded Object Controls and allows Drag-and-Drop between them. The active "document" is used to maintain a full-screen File Browser; it's URL calculated in the "url" NotesItem, which uses the "filestorebrowser" Form Design Element for UI presentation.

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