Something weird is happening with my Java Agents. Notes keeps randomly dropping it's "handle" on them.
If I create a WebQuerySave agent in Java it all works well until out of the blue I'll get an error like this:
HTTP Web Server: Lotus Notes Exception - Entry not found in index [/path.nsf/0/DOCID?SaveDocument]
If I remove the name of the Java agent from the Form it works fine. It seems to me like Domino is just forgetting the agent exists. Although, obviously, it does still exist. I can see/edit it in Designer.
The only solution I've found is to create a new Agent and paste the code from the forgotten agent to the new one and change the WQS event in the Form to the name of the new Agent. Simple renaming the old Agent doesn't work.
Needless to say this is very annoying. I'm starting to wonder why I didn't just stick with doing everything in LotusScript.
Anybody seen this behaviour before? I'm using Domino Designer 8.5.1 and the server is Domino 6.5.
To rub salt in the wound it's now happening with a Scheduled Java Agent which is telling me "Entry not found in index" in its log. Again, I had to create the agent from scratch.