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RE: Tell if document being opened from doclink?
Kevin Pettitt 5.Nov.03 09:25 PM a Web browser
Domino Designer -- LotusScript 5.0.4 Windows NT


Just figured out a way to do this by turning the whole thing around. I can't directly tell if a doc was arrived at via a doclink, but I CAN mark a document as having been opened from a view. Documents lacking such a mark can be assumed to have been accessed through a doclink.

I put the following code in all of the view QueryOpenDocument events:

Sub Queryopendocument(Source As Notesuiview, Continue As Variant)
Dim dc As NotesDocumentCollection
Dim doc As NotesDocument
Set dc = Source.documents '(this is the part that surprises people)
Set doc = dc.getfirstdocument 'only 1 document
doc.OpenedFromView = "Y"
Call doc.save(True, False)
End Sub

Then in the QueryClose events of all the forms that may appear in all these views (or better yet, create a subform and include it in all forms), including the following cleanup code:

Sub Queryclose(Source As Notesuidocument, Continue As Variant)
Dim doc As NotesDocument
Set doc = Source.document
If doc.HasItem("OpenedFromView") Then
Call doc.RemoveItem("OpenedFromView")
Call doc.Save(True, False, True)
End If
End Sub

Of course, this approach means that the internal last modified date and Modified by properties of the document will be updated, so if you have any functionality driven by these values, you'll have to recode a bit. This also doesn't work for folks lacking edit access to the document, but I think that could probably be overcome using a variation of the agent.runonserver approach that LDD Today has an article about.

The value of this approach for my purposes is that I can add code to the Queryclose of the document form that will reopen the source database when a doclink document is closed, but not when a view-accessed document is closed. This overcomes the problem of losing context when you access a document via a doclink and then can't find the database that contained it.

Kevin



Tell if document being opened from ... (Annette Braet 12.Sep.00)
. . RE: Tell if document being opened f... (Kevin Pettitt 5.Nov.03)






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