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Display selections in an incremented dropdown box

This is probably simple, but it is eluding me: I have a form with a field on it that holds a number. The number represents the maximum quantity that can be requested. Requests can be in increments of .5. I would like to display the form on the Web with a dropdown selection box (keyword list) that has all the possible selections from .5 up to and including the number in the field. What is the best way to go with this?


This is an interesting one, I'd probably write a WebQueryOpen agent that uses LotusScript to generate the values programmatically can stick the output in a hidden, multi-value field and then reference that field in the combobox formula.


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