Using these steps and LotusScript code, you can open and use Flash files in your Lotus Notes client window.
Note: For this tip to work, you must have a Flash player installed on your Domino server.
- Make sure that HTTP services are activated on your Domino server.
- Create a form and call it Flash test.
- Place your cursor where you'd like to open the Flash file.
- From the File menu, select create-> object.
In the new window that opened, a create a table and select Control-> Object type -> Macromedia Flash Paper. This will add a flash control to the form.
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Be sure to fix the attribute according to your Flash movie's width, height, etc.
- In the design attribute of Files, add a flash file resource that you'd like to open, such as the file name flashfile.swf.
- Add the following LotusScript code to the form's Postopen event:
(Click on code for enlarged view and script download.)
- Save the form and open it in your Lotus Notes client to run the Flash movie.
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