The following is a list of Notes @formulas for composite applications.
Indicates whether a view or outline uses the Java user interface. The only applications that use the Java user interface are the Personal Information Management (PIM) composite applications Mail, Calendar, and Contacts. This @function can be run against customized views or outlines to allow different information to be displayed depending on which client is being used to view the component.
- Returns 1 (True) if the component in the Standard Notes Client is using the Java user interface
- Returns 0 (False) if the application is being viewed in the Basic Notes Client or the component in the Standard Notes Client is not using the Java user interface
Determines if the current database is opened inside a composite application or not. You can use this to check in a view or a form or a page to customize the behavior of that particular design element. For example hiding a column.
- Returns 1 (True) if the database is opened inside a composite application.
- Returns 0 (False) if the database is not opened inside a composite application.
Returns an array of value(s) set for the preference on a particular notes component. This is contained in the advanced properties dialog in Component Application Editor. For this to work you need to set the preference "com.ibm.notes.enable.preferences" to "true" on the page containing the Notes components. Reading Multi-value preferences is identical, except that you use a semi-colon separated list.
- Returns an array of values based on selected preference item.