Simple Signer version 1.2 is now available for download.
It’s your simplest and easiest way to “sign” Lotus Notes database applications, that is, to stamp tall the design elements that make up each application (forms, view, XPages, agents, etc. When signed with your own organization’s Lotus Notes signature the applications are properly prepared/authorized to run in your organization’s IBM Lotus Notes/Domino production environment.
Signing is usually required when you obtain a Notes application from an external source, or before your own in-house-developed applications are moved from the development stage into productions.
Simple Signer was developed to make application signing easy for anybody to carry out.
The self-extractor requires a password, which is NotesTracker (what else would you expect from me?)
Apart from a few minor changes, the main enhancement is the ability to keep an audit trail of the various database signing events, for example:
As usual with applications provided by Asia/Pacific Computer Services, it is fully documented -- via the built-in Help About This Application and Help Using This Application menu items.
Simple Signer’s design is unhidden (“open source” more or less, you might call it) so you can tweak it to work exactly how you like.