Return field

Here's an easy "$$Return" field that after saved in your document, comes back to it without the awful FORM PROCESSED.

Here's an easy "$$Return" field that after saved in your document, comes back to it without the awful FORM PROCESSED.

Create a view (All) with all documents of your db.In your form create a computed field called Doc_ID with formula @Text(@DocumentUniqueId) and a $$Return field with:
dominoserver:=@Name([CN];@Subset(@DbName;1));
filename:=@Subset(@DbName;-1);
Doc_Id:=Doc_Id;
"[http://"+dominoserver+"/"+filename+"/All/"+Doc_Id+"?opendocument]".

Obviously, you can put in your Doc_Id field everything you want a form name or page or frameset, changing ?opendocument with ?openform or ?openpage or ?openframeset.

This was last published in January 2002

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