Passing Domino text to Flash

Passing Domino text and URL information to a Flash front-end.

First we create an individual Flash text area for each Domino document whose values we wanted to import. This gave us a unique URL for each text field. We use the same variable in each case.

Adjust the Flash movie to suit your use.

Using a Pass Thru HTML Computed Text field, assign a variable name using a space and an ampersand "&".

That's it! Voila, Flash front end with dynamic text!

Flash Text Field Parameters:
Dynamic Text
Variable = Var
HTML Checked
WordWrap Checked

The code below gives us four text fields, two of which combine into HTML anchored text.
The URL field contains a working URL.

TextField3 becomes the anchor.

" &Var=" + TextField1 + "<br>" + TextField2 + "<a href=" + """ + URLField +"">" + "<br>" + TextField3 + "</a>"

This was first published in November 2001

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