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Main topic: Can we have an alternative to EnumCompositeBuffer in LotusScript?

update (by Normunds Kalnberzins, 10/27/2007 08:35:13 AM)

the first 2 bytes in each buffer are item type(=Rich Text in this case). I'd have though that $ACTIONS item might have type=Action, but it seems not to be the case.

Then follows the first record header. See C API reference for the description of BSIG, WSIG, and LSIG. From that you can figure out the record length, hence the offset till the next cd-record.

This must get you going. Good luck.