I have successfully created a calendar document in Lotus Notes through a java plugin. The problem is that the document isn't shown in the calendar view before the refresh button is hit or F9 is pressed.
The following happens:
- The user hits a button in the calendar view which fires the plugin
- The plugin creates a calendar plugin in the users default database
- Problem: The document isn't shown in the calendar view
- The user hits F9
- The document is now shown together with the rest of the calendar entries.
Does anyone know how this refresh can be triggered from the plugin, so the calendar document appears automatically after it is created?
I have tried to call the refresh method on the the View class for the calendar in the plugin, and the view does contain the new document but still doesn't show it.
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