It always seems so silly to display an edit button (or any action needing edit access) to a user who has author level access to a database but is not an author of the current document. I would like to see an @function (e.g. @IsEditor) which would determine if the ...
When the @ThisField and @ThisValue functions were announced at Lotusphere I chatted with Damien about the need for an @ThisFieldHelp function and he saw the need for it. Unfortunately he left Lotus.
When using the @This... functions and a field value fails a Validation formula then the only meaningful ...
would it be so hard to get an @GetFirstDocument and @GetNextDocument function in comibination with the OpenView @Command?
Add a new @PhoneNumber(number;[defaultcountry];[format]) command (and LS equivalent) that take any phone number strips out the special characters and then reformats it in a standard format. This would be used a s a way of standardizing the presentation of phone numbers on forms and views and may even be useful ...
In an ideal world formulas in @Formula language or @functions are also available in XPages:
this could be usefullfor example build tagclouds via @dbcolumn / @dblookup
@BusinessDays is a really useful function to deal with multi-date operations.
Domino Designer displays the "Access Name" for fields on the HTML tab of the properties window. This name is the label that users will see in front of or right above a field (as determined by Designer). While Designer displays this name, there is no programmatic acces to it. Field ...
Objects of review:
@Prompt( [style] : [NoSort] ; title ; prompt ; defaultChoice ; choiceList ; filetype )
variant = NotesUIWorkspace.Prompt( type%, title$, prompt$ [, default ] [, values ] )
For type=13 propose:
do You think it would be usefull to add a Formula library? Like Script Library, it can contain user defined codes writen in Formula language. There are shared actions, but formulas can be used by many other design elements.
Functions could be called by it's name or, ...
Aliases in fields are a nice way to use short values in place of longer strings, and they work well in forms. You can store a value of "H" and have it display "High" when the document opens. However, they are not so nice when you want to use the ...
REFItemName = "$REF" by default or omit this parameter.
apply to following methods:
Call notesDocument.MakeResponse(document As NotesDocument, [ REFItemName As String ])
Set notesDocumentCollection = notesDocument.Responses( [ REFItemName As String ] )
@Command([ComposeWithReference]; server : database ; form ; flags ; [ REFItemName ])