Lotus Notes Cached error issue?

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Lotus Notes 7
Lotus Notes 7.0.3
Lotus Notes 7.0.3 error messages
Hi, I have a situation whereby a form is behvaing oddly. The users create a new form by using an action button. On clicking the action button to create the form or indeed on clicking most of the action buttons available whilst in the form they are getting an error message alert saying 'No error'. I believe that this may have been a message that I put in a few months ago as part of testing. I have looked through the formula code in the action buttons and am unable to find any trace of this message. It would seem perhaps that the message has been cached somewhere and is appearing when actions take place. Has anybody else experienced anything like this and do you know what to do to stop it happening? Thanks very much.

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ASKED: September 12, 2012  10:45 AM

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