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RE: Programmable Tables R5 vs R6
Bernardina M Loukota 14.Aug.06 03:55 PM a Web browser
Applications Development 6.0 Windows 2000


When the originator opens a new doc they can see ALL the tabs. They have to fill out the required fields in the Basics tab before anything. Then they can go to the Facts and/or Summary tabs to continue filling in info for the approver...or not. (They don't need to go to the Approvals tab until they are ready to hit the Submit for Approval button housed on that tab.) They can submit the doc then or re-enter later and fill in more data, such as comments or whatever prior to submitting. Nothing is hidden. This whole frustrating thing started because the approvers didn't want to push the approvals button to access it...they wanted to have it automatically open for them.

OK. In my PostOpen I already have code (see below) regarding the profile doc that relates to roles and who should be able to automatically be able to edit the doc. I tried to put the @Command([RefreshHideFormulas]) in and keep getting an error msg.

!@IsNewDoc | @IsMember(@UserRoles; "[CNSEditor]" | @IsMember(@UserName;"AssignedApprovers") | @IsMember(@UserName;"CSSEmployee"));
@SetProfileField("ProfileDoc";"Edit";"Yes");
@Command([EditDocument]);
@SetProfileField("ProfileDoc";"Edit";"No")

BTW...thanks, again, for spending inordinate amount of time helping me.




Programmable Tables R5 vs R6 (Bernardina M Lo... 11.Aug.06)
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