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A solution, sort of ...
Rob Wunderlich 5.Apr.05 04:30 PM a Web browser
Domino Designer All Releases All Platforms

After posting this question over six months ago, I've continued to play with the iNotes template.

The reason for all this is to get the template to play nicely on a PDA or SmartPhone. The problem is that the built-in browsers on these devices can't handle the Javascript ...

Turns out the real solution to my original problem boils down to two things:

First, virtually any view or folder you want to open in the iNotes template gets opened via a $$ViewTemplate, and there's a $$ViewTemplate Default that was the direct cause of the heartburn I'd mentioned in my original post.

By creating a 'simple' view, and then creating a simple $$ViewTemplate for that view, suddenly the Javascript errors went away.

Secondly, the trick that Stephan mentioned solves the rest of the problem. Add &ui=webmail to the URLs you build.

I've got this slightly better documented (and a sample to play with) here:

- Rob

Is there something 'magic' about th... (Rob Wunderlich 7.Sep.04)
. . RE: Is there something 'magic' abou... (Ben Rodway 7.Sep.04)
. . . . RE: Is there something 'magic' abou... (Rob Wunderlich 7.Sep.04)
. . yes it's magic and the counter curs... (Stephan H. Wiss... 18.Sep.04)
. . A solution, sort of ... (Rob Wunderlich 5.Apr.05)

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