view, you have to get the user to delete the view and 're-add' the view. I
won't get into using LotusScript to automate this process, instead use a new R5
Single category views. Take the exact same shared/private on first use view.
Use the current SELECT statement as a guide to create a new leftmost column
(categorized). IE Old SELECT statement is something like 'AccountExec =
@UserName'. New leftmost view column would display AccountExec and is
Then create a Page (new R5 design object) and embed a Single category view.
Choose to base the single-category on a formula. You guessed it - @Username
(for the above example).
The net result is all of the functionality of the old shared/private on first
use view, plus now you can update the design ANYTIME YOU WANT and the users
will get the update the next time they use the database.
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