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What's the relationship between the formulas in a client and on the Web?

In R6 on, can I put in a different formula for the Web and client use? If I put in a client formula (like @Command(@FileCloseWindow)) it still works on the Web, though I didn't fill in a Web formula. This confuses me. What's the relationship between the formulas in a client and on the Web?
Some R6 controls action buttons. For instance, you can put in a formula or LotusScript for the Notes client, and some JavaScript code for the Web. If you don't put in anything for the Web, then Domino Web apps will work as in previous versions (i.e., it will try to execute the formula). If you do put a Web JavaScript, that script will be used by Domino Web apps and the formula or script will be used only by the Notes client. This lets you make a different implementation of the same action for Notes and the Web, without having to have two separate action buttons.
This was last published in October 2003

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