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actions on selected documents in a embeded view.

actions on selected documents in a embeded view.

actions on selected documents in a embeded view.


I want to select documents in a embeded view to apply an agent.
I want to launch the agent from an action button(1),

I have tried this:
-with the button(1) in the Form witch is containing the view
-with the button(1) in the action bar of the embeded view.

But in the two case lotus tell me (in french) "The documents are not saved"

It's like he didn't see the document in my embeded view..
I put a SaveOption field in the form but it didn't work..

If anyone can help me..


RE: actions on selected documents in a embeded view.

Could it be that you are showing an embedded view on a form used only for that ? In that case, your Action refuses to run because the document is not saved - which it should not be since you create it only for viewing purposes.
Try putting the launch button on a page outside the form. You can make a framset that displays your form and embedded view, with a panel on the side containing the button. That should work, but your agent will have to check db.unprocessed in order to find the selected documents.


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