I want the dialogbox to pass back to the calling code whether the user clicked ok or cancel. If I use DialogBox default buttons the OK passes a True back, but does NOT save the newly created document. If I use my own OK button to save and close, then a false is passed back to the calling code.
Is there a way to save this newly created document if the user clicks OK and return that value back? I can't pre-save it because the DialogBox needs to be validated.
If you must save the dialog document while the dialog is still open, then your OK button can use the RefreshParentNote command (see RefreshParentNote @Command or Tech Tip: Dialog buttons in Notes 6.x) to update field values for the caller. I think that will make the DialogBox call return True; if not, you can set a field to tell the caller that OK was clicked.
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