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Creating an address book dialog box

I'm trying to create an address book dialog box just like the one in iNotes. This doesn't have the 64k limits of the @dbcolumn that I've seen in all other examples that I've seen. I know someone else has done this and I don't want to reinvent the wheel.
I'm not exactly sure since I've not looked at the iNotes address dialog box, but I understood it to be Java-based. I'm also not sure that the Java-based code is available.
This was last published in April 2002

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