LotusScript: Using URL to open a document link

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I am using an URL to open a document link which has following format: notes://servername/database path/viewname?Opendocument. Since the URL becomes long string I want the URL to be short instead. The link should open the same document but alternate short string should be visible. How to do this?

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  • Stiletto
    If it just said something like "Click here" and had the url as the href value, would that work for you?
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  • shivasanjay
    Yes, I want that short of thing using lotus script.
    A link that has href value.
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  • Stiletto
    So, to use your example then , instead of your code writing "notes://servername/database path/viewname?Opendocument" have it write the following: <a href="notes://servername/database path/viewname?Opendocument">Click here</a> Click here
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