RE: db.GetDocumentbyID(ws.currentview.CaretNoteID) Claire Mouton 10.Oct.06 04:52 AM a Web browser Domino Designer All ReleasesAll Platforms
I think the problem comes from the first possibility.
Actually the scenario is the following:
You create a document by a lotusScript action in the given view. Those documents have a form but all their fields are initialized by the script and the form has not been open at this stage yet.
Then you modify some fields (let's say they are of kind A which is totally arbitrary) either on Form or by another action (still in the view) using a custom dialogbox. The new field value is of course given by the input.
The issue occurs when I used still another action which try to modify some other distinct fields (of kind B), the new values being hardcoded.
Values of kind B are correctly updated (which makes documents disappear from the view and appear in view2 + I checked the InfoBox) but former values of Kind A fields are restored to initial values instead of keeping their current ones (view columns of view2 are displaying former values, infobox as well, and of course messageboxes).
This happens only when there is a new and single document in the view.
Is it more relevant?
I have tried to use the Delete statement but it couldn't work, I have looked for it in the help and it says that it can be used for objects only, whereas I would need it for a NotesDocument (isn't a NotesDocument an object?) What can I do ?