This all started because I wanted to skip certain processing on a document if a document was going to be deleted (if it was going to be deleted the process was redundant). There is a nice DeleteDocument method for the Continue reading SNTT : Trapping Document Delete in LotusScript to skip Document processing
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Cory Doctorow is coming home to Toronto and Queen street’s Bakka Books (697 Queen Street West) to launch his latest short story collection : Overclocked, Tomorrow – February 1st (2007). Come for the Tribe stay for the Whuffie. Cory was Continue reading Cory Overclocked In Toronto
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Last week I posted on Testing for Unique values in a Lotus Notes Form field, then Nathan’s Comment made me reprise the code. (Learn and share or “CITOKATE”) I promised to show how to test for Unique multiple values (or Continue reading SNTT : Testing for Unique Multi Values in a Lotus Notes Form field
Suppose you need to ensure that a value is unique for a field for a given form and the documents created by that form. Like a “CompanyName” field on a “Company” form. How would you go about that in the Lotus Notes client? Continue reading SNTT : Test for Unique values in a Lotus Notes Form field