Get Userroles In Script

Notes 4.5x doesn't support the good'ol @UserRoles functionality provided in
Formula.
Here is a simple script to get the UserRoles by using an evaluate command. The
returned variant is an array......
Function getUserRoles As Variant
Dim Session As New NotesSession
Dim Res As Variant
Const NotesMacro = "@UserRoles"
Res = Evaluate(NotesMacro)
getUserRoles = Res
End Function
This was first published in November 2000

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