QueryOpen event in Lotus Notes

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If I am creating a response document that inherits values from an existing document. Do the computed When Composed fields expose their values in this event so that I can access them via lotuscript in the QueryOpen Event.

What I'm planning to do is to ensure that only one editable document of a particular form type is available for users to enter data into at any one time.

When the first document is completed and saved I will set the "SaveOptions" field to "0" so that it cannot be further edited. So my plan is to locate this document if the user tries to create a new document based on the form,  then and check SaveOptions Flag from the QueryOpen event to determine if I should either allow the new document or deny it based on the value of Save Options.

Thanks

Vince

 

 

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I’ve managed to find an alternative solution now so this question is no longer in need of answering.

Vince

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  • carlosdl
    Thanks for the follow up, Vince. Can you share your alternative solution ? Thanks,
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