Dynamic Grafical Presentations Of Notes Views

Yes, the combination of Domino and javascript is great!! Imagine having a database with planning information, what would be better then having a view which dynamically shows the planning for a given period in a grafical way? This can be done with domino using javascript. A great tip of which I am quite proud and probably worth at least three t-shirts ;-) I described the principle in the attached code section and also included the html...

output page of a working example (in an intranet). That is all for free. When the tip will be published, I can put the working example on the web. The source of that example will be available for just USD 100. The trick is to define a view whith columns generating javascript. In my example I use the following formula for the column: root := @Date( 1998 ; 1 ; 1 ) ; day := @Date( 1998 ; 1 ; 2 ) - root ; from := ( DateFrom - root ) / day ; period := ( DateUntil - DateFrom ) / day ; ref := "0/" + @Text( @DocumentUniqueID ) + "?OpenDocument" ; "plot( " + @Text( from ) + ", " + @Text( period) + @If( Status = "Option" ; ", \'ff2222\', \'" ; ", \'44ff44\', \'" ) + ref + "\', \'" + Activity + "\' ) ; " + @NewLine The result is a line of javascript calling the function "plot" with parameters about the activity. The view is embedded in a form which defines the function plot plus some surrounding javascript to capture the view output. Something like: <script> The next part is the html example of an output from a more sofisticated example which also has input fields with which the user can select a scale and a period and browse through the time dimension. It works with IE 5.0 browser and has not been tested with netscape. ====== start of page ========= <HTML> <HEAD> <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> <BODY TEXT="000000" BGCOLOR="FFFFFF" vlink="000000" link="000000" alink="000000"> <FORM METHOD=post ACTION="/tip.nsf/plotplanning?OpenForm&Seq=1" NAME="_PlotPlanning"> <INPUT TYPE=hidden NAME="__Click" VALUE="0"> <TABLE WIDTH="100%" BORDER=0 CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0> <TR VALIGN=top><TD WIDTH="65%"> <A NAME="_RefreshKW_Type"> <INPUT TYPE=radio NAME="Type" VALUE="Week" onClick="_doClick('$Refresh', this, '_self', '#_RefreshKW_Type')">Week <INPUT TYPE=radio NAME="Type" VALUE="4 weken" onClick="_doClick('$Refresh', this, '_self', '#_RefreshKW_Type')">4 weken <INPUT TYPE=radio NAME="Type" VALUE="Kwartaal" CHECKED onClick="_doClick('$Refresh', this, '_self', '#_RefreshKW_Type')">Kwartaal <INPUT TYPE=radio NAME="Type" VALUE="Half jaar" onClick="_doClick('$Refresh', this, '_self', '#_RefreshKW_Type')">Half jaar <INPUT TYPE=radio NAME="Type" VALUE="Jaar" onClick="_doClick('$Refresh', this, '_self', '#_RefreshKW_Type')">Jaar <TD WIDTH="35%"> <INPUT TYPE=button VALUE="<<" onClick="return _doClick('0a7d408955f5abfec12567b3007883a2/$Body/0.532', this, null)"> <INPUT TYPE=button VALUE="<" onClick="return _doClick('0a7d408955f5abfec12567b3007883a2/$Body/0.63A', this, null)"> <INPUT NAME="StartDate" VALUE="12-10-1999" size=10> <INPUT TYPE=button VALUE=">" onClick="return _doClick('0a7d408955f5abfec12567b3007883a2/$Body/0.7F6', this, null)"> <INPUT TYPE=button VALUE=">>" onClick="return _doClick('0a7d408955f5abfec12567b3007883a2/$Body/0.8E0', this, null)"> <BR> <INPUT NAME="Periodes" VALUE="4" type=hidden> <INPUT NAME="Duration" VALUE="30" type=hidden> <hr color=009900 width=96%> <BR> <script languag

This was first published in November 2000

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