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Check The Userroles From Script

You can't check the users roles from standard Lotus Script - but it's easy if
you use the @UserRoles function. All @Functions can be calculated with the
Evaluate function
Public Function hasRole( Role As String ) As Integer
'Function returns true if the current user has the [role] 'Role'

Dim userroles As Variant
hasRole = False
UserRoles = Evaluate( "@userroles" )
Forall entry In UserRoles
If entry = Role Then
hasRole = True
exit function
End If
End Forall
End Function

This was last published in November 2000

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