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Manage Domino groups memberships from LotusScript

Please provide a class to manage/read users and their group/subgroup memberships in any Domino address book.

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  • Aug 31 2018
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    Guest commented
    September 4, 2018 10:49

    Something like 

    • session.getAllGroups( username ) as Variant
    • session.getAllGroupMembers( groupname ) as Variant

    Notice: need to recursively resolve the groups, thus returning all members

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    Guest commented
    September 4, 2018 15:05

    For session.getAllGroups( username ) as Variant, would it be useful to have an additional parameter that if set, includes (or indicates) a holding group membership and indicates depth level?  eg person is a member of group A, which is a member of group b and in turn, group b might be a member of  group c.  Technically, the person is a member of all these groups.