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RE: ?Replication conflict on a design element?
~Fred Chuwezenoopsi 18.Nov.03 07:33 PM a Web browser
Domino Designer 6.0.1 All Platforms

One of the nice new features of the designer is to have disparate code for both the client environment and the web environment. It's also possible to share the code. If you take a look at the top of the programmers pane you should see two drop down items labelled run. The first field's selections are Web and Client. The second's depending on which design element you are using should include JavaScript and Common JavaScript. My guess is that you are using the JavaScript option and have code saved for both environments since Lotus decided to NOT default to Common JavaScript. (grrr) This has burned me and several other folks countless times.

BTW the split properties seem to hold if you are trying to go from Common JavaScript to @Formula. There is no way to get the web client using @Formula again without removing the design object you are trying to use. i.e. You want a button to go from document.forms(0).submit (using square brackets of course) to @command([FileSave]). You'd have to remove the button and recreate it to use @Formula otherwise your JavaScript code sticks for the web client.


?Replication conflict on a design e... (~Lisa Dwonigen 14.Nov.03)
. . RE: ?Replication conflict on a desi... (~Lisa Dwonigen 14.Nov.03)
. . RE: ?Replication conflict on a desi... (~Fred Chuwezeno... 18.Nov.03)

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