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Reflection for the Web and Javascript Question

Reflection for the Web and Javascript Question

Reflection for the Web and Javascript Question

Hi All,

I am new to the tektips forum, first of all let me introduce myself. My name is Allard and I am from the Netherlands. I build applications within the MS office (through VBA) family for all sorts of purposes. From the daily management reports to helping people making life easier. I also build macro's within relflection 11 and 14. At work the users in the several departments use Reflection for the Web (RWEB). A few of us who do Batches, use Reflection 14. As of now we are incapable of giving usersupport for scripts within RWEB. This exceptional long intro, leads to my question.

I know the scripts are written in Javascript. But all the tutorials on the web don't at all look like the ones we use in RWEB. I have also read the technical documentation, but I cannot make any chocolate of it (that's a dutch proverb). Who can help me with some pointers. I am a VB(A) person, but I am lost in translation.

Greets Allard

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