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Profile Document access

Profile Document access

Profile Document access

Hello again! Its me, the man with a never ending supply of Lotus Notes problems...

Trying to use a profile document, but it won't work! Its simple stuff, done it loads of times before, cam eon here for inspiration as to my mistake.

There's only one profile, no username stuff, and its accessed by a button in the view called "Edit Config" which does this:

@Command([EditProfile]; "frmProfile")

This works, and if you save it, the changes are saved for the next time you click the button. Then in my form, I have a Dialog List field with this as the formula for choices:

@GetProfileField("frmProfile"; "prfListSections")

prfListSections is a text field, with multiple values enabled, which seems to work fine. But the dialog list is empty...

RE: Profile Document access

Ah forget it, I just shoved the results into a computed field and drew it from there, that'll do!

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