I have a script library in a database and the forms have the statement, "use "xxx" in the (Options)." It is fine in R5, but in R6, if a document is forwarded, the user gets the error message, "Illegal parenthesized reference XXX" when they try to open the e-mail. How do I prevent the error other than putting the script library into the mail template (an ugly thought)?
If you need the functionality and are sending a document with an embedded form, there are two options:
- Add the library code as part of the form object -- as global functions and subroutines to the form -- and remove the use "xxx" statement. Have the library code as part of the form and send the form design with the form.
- Remove the functionality from the form itself and use an agent to perform the process on the current document.
If you do not need the functionality, send the document as a memo.
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