Create your HTML report and save the result in a Notes document. This tip works both in Notes and Web. In Notes, use UIView event queryOpenDocument with an workspace.OpenUrl method.
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In the Notes form, write the code to retrieve data, and write the html-code in a text variable, like this:
'Variable for save html dim html as string html=html+"<table width=100% border=0 cellspacing=1 cellpadding=3>" 'LOOP do while not doc is nothing html=html+"<tr style='font- family:Verdana; font-size=10pt;color:midnightblue;background-color:whitesmoke'>" html=html+"<td>"+doc.myTitle(0) html=html+"<td>"+doc.myValue(0) ... html=html+"</tr> html=html+"</table>" loop ' at the end, save the text variable in ' a rich text item named HTML ' note that the field MUST be named HTML!) Dim rtitem As NotesRichTextItem Set rtitem = New NotesRichTextItem(doc, "HTML" ) Call rtitem.AppendText( html ) Call doc.save(True,False)
Now, reopen the document and the report appears!