Refresh all or just selected documents

Rather than create two separate "refreshing" agents, I combine the two into a single agent which I call "Freshen".

In development, it is frequently necessary to determine the effect of new code (or even entire forms) on documents. Rather than create two separate "refreshing" agents, I combine the two into a single agent which I call "Freshen".

As you can see its a single @IF statement where I ask myself if I want to refresh all docs. If I answer "yes" then it recalculates every document in the database. If I answer "no" it only recalculates those few documents I've selected.

Easy, quick, and useful!


@If(@Prompt[YESNO] ; "Refresh All?" ; "Refresh ALL documents in 
the database?") ; @Command([ToolsRefreshAllDocs]) ; @Command
([ToolsRefreshSelectedDocs]))
This was last published in October 2001

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