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Design update on private views.

Design update on private views.

Design update on private views.

Hi! Is there a way to delete private views from a datase ??

I have a view, shared becoming private at the first opening. Therefor these new private view isn't affected by a design change. The only way i found is to delete the private view in the designer for each user ! ( it's Ok for  2 users.. but for 50.... :-(  )  and then to reopen the view in notes. So the new private view is created with the "new-designed shared view" .

RE: Design update on private views.

If you delete the desktop.dsk file, you will also delete the private views. That solution might be too radical though.
A better way would probably be to send a mail with a button included in the body. Said button would contain code to delete the view on the user side. Button code would have to be done in LScript and tested before deployement (obviously).


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