Why no view opened?Lotus Notes database

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I am accessing a Lotus Notes database whose design selects 'Restore as last viewed by user'. But when I open this database, nothing is displayed initially. I always have to manually click on a view to open it. How do I get the view to open automatically when I open the db?
ASKED: December 4, 2008  8:01 PM
UPDATED: December 9, 2008  6:50 PM

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Does your database have a default view?

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Are either of the check boxes on the launch tab for the “About” document checked, and it is blank?

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  • Tni
    Thanks for trying to help. Neither of the checkboxes related to the "About" document is checked. And not sure about the default view. When I open the database, a frameset comes up, with a navigator on the left. Perhaps they didn't define the frameset so that the view would be loaded? I did not develop this database, I am just a user of it. What would I look for to see if a view was defined to automatically open? I can copy the database locally to view the design elements...
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  • Ledlincoln
    I have had a similar problem with a navigator appearing in the left pane when I want to have the standard folder tree. Does anyone know how to get rid of a navigator that keeps intruding?
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