Hiding "No Documents Found" With Customised Text

Put the code in the hide paragraph if formula is true of your $$ViewBody field
where you want to replace the "No Documents Found" text....
And in a second field put the second code in the hide when with a value of the
text you want to display.
(goes in your $$ViewBody field)
@If(@DbColumn("":"";"":"";"Viewname";1)="";@True;@False)

(goes in your second field)
@If(@DbColumn("":"";"":"";"Viewname";1)="";@False;@True)
This was first published in November 2000
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