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How can I call a LotusScript and agent function from JavaScript?

How can I call a LotusScript and agent function from JavaScript?

You can use a fairly simple and straightforward technique to accomplish this. Simply put the LotusScript code or call to an agent on a button on your form or page. You will probably want to hide this button. Your JavaScript code, perhaps on another button, would have the following code in its click event:

document.forms[0].
lsbuttonname.click()

In this way, executing the JavaScript on a button would execute the LotusScript code (or agent call).

This was first published in October 2003

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