Revision To The Cleanest Way To Do A Dblookup Statement

In case the keyword list cannot be found, give the user information that will
help in the debugging.
CLASS := "Notes";
NOCACHE := "NoCache";
CACHE := "Cache";
SERVER := @Subset(@DbName; 1);
DATABASE := "general\\any.nsf";
VIEW := "($Lookup)";
KEY := keyword;
errorMessage := "Keyword list not found for " +Key
COLUMN := 7;
LookUp := @DbLookup(CLASS : CACHE; SERVER : DATABASE;
VIEW; KEY; COLUMN);
@If(@IsError(LookUp); ""; LookUp)
This was first published in November 2000

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