We've upgraded our Domino server to R6.5.13. The application that allowed users to input (as opposed to just read) data no longer works properly. If a user does not enter all required information, they are prompted by a standard validation formula to enter the missing information. Hitting the Back button, they find the original form blank, and all their previously entered data gone.
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I tested a simplified form locally with an R5 client and an R6 client (so the nhttp.exe task runs). It works when tested locally in a browser from my R5 client. I then close the R5 client, which shuts down the nhttp.exe task. Then I started R6 and tested the form in the browser. With R6 it failed.
Since our customers are starting to come up with ways to leverage our ability to input information from a browser into our Lotus Notes systems, this issue will soon become a high priority.
I've noticed this too, and I'm not sure what causes it. I would look at the headings on the HTML to see whether there's an expiration time set, or something along those lines, that is telling the browser to reload the form rather than redisplaying the page you left with the data still on it.
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