Session session = getSession(); AgentContext agentContext = session.getAgentContext(); Database db = agentContext.getCurrentDatabase(); lotus.domino.Document doc = db.getAllDocuments().getFirstDocument(); DxlExporter exporter = session.createDxlExporter(); exporter.setOutputDOCTYPE(false); // avoid restricted access errors DocumentBuilderFactory factory = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance(); factory.setValidating(false); org.w3c.dom.Document domDoc = factory.newDocumentBuilder().parse( new ByteArrayInputStream( exporter.exportDxl(doc).getBytes() )); doc.recycle();
When you run this on a Domino server in an agent, the "exporter.setOutputDOCTYPE(false);" line is important. If you do not include that line, your agent will need to have a runtime security level of "2. Allow restricted operations" to avoid getting
lotus.notes.AgentSecurityManager errors -- and the ID it runs under will need to have unrestricted access on the server. If you do include that line, the agent can run under the standard runtime security of "no restricted operations".
That's my experience on a Domino 8.5.1 server anyway. If this lesson has been covered already, I either didn't see it or had to learn it for myself.