Notes design template version issues

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I have a client who is running Domino r6 servers, but with r5 clients. I have made significant changes to one of their databases bur when the design is applied I recieve LotusScript errors from the r5 client (these errors are not present if the database is opened from an r6 client). The errors are being caused by the r5 client attempting to access r6 deign elements. Is there any way to revert the template back to an r5 accessible design?

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The only way that I know of is to have the developer go back and remove the Notes 6 design elements and replace them with R5 elements. If they can’t find them all they will have to start over, preferably with the R5 Designer client.

We have the same config so we kept the developers on the R5 Designer.

-Jim

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    The only way that I know of is to have the developer go back and remove the Notes 6 design elements and replace them with R5 elements. If they can't find them all they will have to start over, preferably with the R5 Designer client. We have the same config so we kept the developers on the R5 Designer. -Jim
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