What is $stampAll?

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Lotus Notes 7.x
StampAll
What is $stampAll?

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Please provide detail concerning your question. A Lotusscript variable with a dollar sign ($) in front is a text variable. Anyone can create a variable like this for any purpose. The name of this variable, of course, implies that it is being used to store a text value that will later be used with the StampAll method. Look up StampAll in Lotus Designer Help for more information.

Call notesDocumentCollection.StampAll( itemname, value )

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  • shivasanjay

    There is no reserved field $stampall in lotus notes ( as far as I know), but there is a method called stampAll for the class Notesdocumentcollection and notesviewentrycollection which Replaces the values of specified items in all documents associated with the collection or entries in a view collection, also we have a method  stampallmulti

    for eg. suppose we have a collection of documents with  item ( or field) deparment as Mechanical and we want to change all the Mechanical to electrical then we can make use of this method.

     

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