I'm not able to find any function like !@ThisValue in R5, as this formula is available only in R6. Could you suggest to me any way to achieve this in R5?
@ThisValue is not available in R5. You must just use the field name in the formula, e.g. instead of @If(@ThisValue = ""; @Failure("You must enter a document title."); @Success), you would write @If(Subject = ""; @Failure("You must enter a document title."); @Success).
The nice thing about @ThisValue and @ThisName is that you can write generic formulas that can be used in different fields without modification. This is especially handy where you have a large number of similar fields -– it makes it much easier to make sure that all the fields' formulas are referring to themselves.
For instance, you have fields named xxx1, xxx2, xxx3, etc. in the first column of a table; yyy1, yyy2, yyy3, etc. in the second column; and so on.
Another option in a case like that is to do your input translation or validation using LotusScript in the document's Querysave event. If there are a large number of fields with similar names and the same validation rules, you can use a For loop to iterate through all the table rows.
Set doc = Source.Document For i = 1 to 15 Xxx = Fulltrim(doc.GetItemValue ("xxx" & i)(0)) Yyy = doc. GetItemValue("yyy" & i)(0) If xxx <> "" And yyy = "" Then Msgbox "You must enter a value… Continue = False End If Next
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