The new field will be created with the same number of elements as another field on the same Lotus Notes document. I used this mainly for the purpose of adding an additional field for document revision histories.
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Sub Initialize Dim s As New NotesSession Dim db As NotesDatabase Dim collection As NotesDocumentCollection Dim doc As NotesDocument Dim edits As Variant, newField() As String Dim n As Integer, docCount As Integer Set db = s.CurrentDatabase Set collection = db.unprocessedDocuments Set doc = collection.GetFirstDocument While Not doc Is Nothing Redim newField(0) docCount = docCount + 1 If doc.HasItem("OtherField") Then If doc.OtherField(0) <> "" Then edits = doc.GetItemValue("OtherField") For n = 0 To Ubound(edits) Redim Preserve newField(n) newField(n) = "Initial value" Next End If End If doc.NewField = newField doc.Save True, False Set doc = collection.GetNextDocument(doc) Wend Print "Processed " & docCount & " documents" End Sub
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