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Assigning values from a JavaScript variable to LotusScript variables

Is there any way we can assign value from a JavaScript variable to LotusScript variables?
If you create a hidden field on your form, you can easily assign the value of a JavaScript value into it with code like this:
document.forms[0]
.x.value = myJsVar
Now that the JavaScript variable is in a form field, you can get it into a LotusScript variable by the uidoc.FieldGetText method, like this:
LSVar = uidoc.FieldGetText("x")
where x is the name of the hidden field, and LSVar is the name of a LotusScript variable (dim LSVar as String).
This was last published in October 2003

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