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Validating a rich text field in a webquerysave agent

I want to validate a rich text field on the Web. Actually I am writing a webquerysave agent, and in that agent I am checking to see if a rich text field on a form is blank. If it is, then it should give a message. Can you please provide me with a solution for this? Thank you.
In a WebQuerySave agent, I would get a handle on the NotesRichTextItem, then do a Len(NotesRichTextItem.Text) > 0 to check if more than 0 characters exist in the field.

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