While developing a Web application, I needed to place Delete, Open and Edit links within each row of a document in a Lotus Notes view.
By default, Lotus Notes creates links in the first column of views that allows users to open documents. I had to create an action hotspot on the form to enable users to edit, delete or open documents.
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Placing HTML code within brackets in the Notes view column enables Domino to render this on the Web. I also used the Document Unique ID and an anchor tag to delete the document by using Domino URL commands.
[<a href='#' onClick="window.open ('/"+@WebDbName+"/Employee/"+@Text(@DocumentUniqueID) +"?deleteDocument ','_new'); window.location.reload()">Delete</a>]
The column view formula in brackets () renders HTML on the browser. As mentioned above, this code can be used to accomplish a number of useful tasks, such as editing or opening documents.
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