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Notes Error "File does not exist"

Notes Error "File does not exist"

Notes Error "File does not exist"

(OP)
This one has me puzzled.

I have a script that is updating several fields in a selected document from values entered into prompts.

At the end of my script I have the following:

success = doc.ComputeWithForm( False, True )
    If success Then
    Call doc.Save( True, True )
    End If

I have no issues running this script and the numbers update on the form. If someone else runs the script they get the error: "Notes Error. File does not exist" This is being generated when the ComputeWithForm is executed.

I have manager access to the database and the other user has Editor. I can't see this being the issue.

I can't for the life of me figure out why it works for me and not this other person.

If anyone has any ideas it might just save the little amount of hair I have left!!

Thanks!

RE: Notes Error "File does not exist"

Does the form have @dblookups in the field formulas ? If so, is there any difference in access between you and the other user ?

RE: Notes Error "File does not exist"

(OP)
I've covered that one - good thought though!

There are @DbLookup's in the fields and they are all accessing the one view. View access for it is set to "All readers and above"

Any other good thoughts Pascal?

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