Geoff Sims 30.Jul.03 11:38 AM a Web browser Lotus Workflow Viewer 3.0 Windows 2000
I've enabled the web viewer which is running via the web as expected. However, there is no key or legend as to what the animation represents or what the images and colors represent (using the "glass" Style Sheet) for users if they were to click on "View Job Diagram". I'm needing to add a way for this to happen and want to perform one of the following in the order of preference:
1. When the "View Job Diagram" action is clicked, a frameset will open (2 frames) with the left frame containing the "LWFViewerOpenJob('',"glass", Target)" along with the right frame containing hotspots for assistance.
The examples for setting a target (not in edit mode of course) are very basic and declaring a frameset gets ignored for some reason and when the temp form I have in the frame loads, but the job diagram still opens in another window.
Also when adding the subform information on the form, the browser just refreshes in a loop. I've tried making the temp form to "inherit field info" and added new fields to hold info with no success.
2. Create a button or link on the page that loads when "View Job Diagram" is clicked that will open another window and display the help form.
Problem: After walking through the code and searching this forum as well as other forums, there doesn't seem to be a form for the webviewer that is being used(?).
Has anyone successfully got something like this to work?