aren't editable on the form. This usually requires that you create an agent in
the database, select the documents you want to change, and then run the agent.
This can be a problem if you don't have designer installed. Here's a way to
make life a little easier and it works on any document for which you have
Author access or better. Warning - this can also be dangerous so this is
intended for experienced Notes users only. Also, please note that this only
works on text and text list fields.
tmpFields := @DocFields;
tmpLastFieldChosen := @Environment("SI_LastFieldChosen");
tmpChangeField := @Prompt([OKCANCELLIST]; "Change Field"; "Please choose the
field whose value you\'d like to change"; tmpLastFieldChosen; tmpFields);
tmpValue := @Prompt([OKCANCELEDIT]; "New Value"; "Please enter the new value
for the field"; "");
@SetField(tmpChangeField; @Trim(@Explode(tmpValue; ";")))