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Don R Green 13.Oct.06 02:07 PM a Web browser
Notes Client 6.0.2 CF2 Windows 2000

This script should grab the first document of a collection and then look at each of the rest of the selected documents comparing them to the first doc.
Then when the last doc is compared to the first, move from the first doc to the second doc and do the comparing again.

The way the inner while loop in the script is now written, it always gets the same doc (the second doc) and stays in an endless loop.
I understand why it always and now need help with the best way to modify it to do what I previously explained.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Here's the script:

Sub Initialize


Set session = New NotesSession
Set db = session.CurrentDatabase
Set m_collectionInbox = db.UnprocessedDocuments

Set docMain = m_collectionInbox.GetFirstDocument 'get the example email
Set docConflict = m_collectionInbox.getnextDocument(docMain) 'get next email to compare

While Not docMain Is Nothing
Set itemMain = docMain.GetFirstItem("Body") 'get the Body (Rich text field) item of the main document

While Not docConflict Is Nothing
Call process_items
Set docConflict = m_collectionInbox.getnextDocument(docMain)

Set docMain = m_collectionInbox.getnextDocument(docMain) 'get next email to compare


End Sub

Sub process_items

Set itemConflict = docConflict.GetFirstItem("Body")

If Strcompare(outputMain, outputConflict) = 0 Then
FrmIsDifferent = False 'strings are the same
End If

.....other processing if strings are the same

End Sub

what is the best method to walk thr... (Don R Green 13.Oct.06)
. . Recursion! (Jeanne Simpson 13.Oct.06)
. . . . RE: Recursion! (Don R Green 13.Oct.06)
. . . . . . RE: Recursion! (Jeffrey Hanson 13.Oct.06)
. . . . . . . . RE: Recursion! (Charles E. Robi... 13.Oct.06)
. . . . . . . . RE: Recursion! (Don R Green 17.Oct.06)
. . . . . . . . . . RE: Recursion! (Jeffrey Hanson 24.Oct.06)

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