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@dialogbox from view in a frameset!

@dialogbox from view in a frameset!

@dialogbox from view in a frameset!

I have a frameset.
It contains 2 frames, top and bottom.
The top frame has a document in it. When I click on a link in this document a view is displayed in the bottom frame.

There is an action in the view called 'Edit'. This action SHOULD edit a document selected in this view, using @dialogbox.

All I get is the error "@dialogbox cannot be used in this context: a document must be selected."

If I try to do use the lotusscript equivalent of @dialogbox, it opens the dialogbox but the fields are all empty.

I am desparate to get this sorted. Any help would be appreciated.

RE: @dialogbox from view in a frameset!

Hey this is a shot in the dark and you've probably tried this already. If possible have that link open the docuemnt and then in the Postopen event have your code that brings up the dialog box.

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