How do I control the new Solver from LotusScript?
All aspects of the Solver’s operation can be controlled from LotusScript, using a set of built-in, high-level function calls. For example, you can call SolverSolve to solve the current problem, and SolverFinish to save the solution and/or produce reports. You can call SolverGet to obtain information about the current problem, SolverChange to alter the variable or constraint choices, and SolverOptions to change the option settings. You can also get control during the solution process, on every iteration, and tell the Solver whether to continue or stop. Details of the Solver function calls can be found in the online Help included with the Solver. The function calls for 1-2-3 are quite similar to the VBA function calls for the Excel Solver (click here for details).