Querydocumentdelete does not get called

Discussion in 'Lotus Notes Programming' started by Aaargh, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. Aaargh

    Aaargh Guest

    I'm trying to prevent users from deleting certain documents using the
    querydocumentdelete event, however, the event does not get called when
    I try to delete a document.
    I'm using notes/domino 5.0.11

    Any clues on what I might be doing wrong ?

    Aaargh, Aug 11, 2003
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  2. Aaargh

    Aaargh Guest

    I just found out that the event does get called if the delete attempt
    is by someone without manager access to the database

    Aaargh, Aug 11, 2003
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  3. Aaargh

    d27 Guest

    Hi there AAARGH

    Your problem is a minor annoyance with Notes 5 & 6. Sometimes, and I
    cannot pin it down exactly, Notes does not think you have left a database
    and so you keep getting served up an 'old' version of a form. It is
    something to do with the designer client holding the database open even
    though you have quit to the workspace in the client.

    I mostly work on templates now but that does not always solve the problem,
    but it does reduce the problem.

    Wait till you get the fun of the Notes 6 script bug. Thats the one where
    the last line of script you edit gets removed - like just plain gone. Lotus
    admit it happens but until they can recreate it they cannot fix it.
    d27, Aug 11, 2003
  4. Aaargh

    Sands Guest

    Talking about Lotus Script bugs...
    Have you guys ever come across the situation where,
    if the script line extends beyond the normal width of the screen, the text
    starts going crazy...
    I did not face this yet in R6, but I havent found any documentation about
    having this fixed either!

    Also, Does anyone have an idea for avoiding the "auto changing hide when
    formulas" on a form.
    It is frustrating to go in change the hide when formula and see that it does
    not work.
    And when it does... The hide when's of some other fields have changed

    Sands, Aug 12, 2003
  5. Aaargh

    d27 Guest

    I have not seen your script one , but maybe I have seen the "hide when" one,
    but not recognised it as a bug. I have seen some wierd stuff happeing and
    blamed it on myself.

    You know when you sit there looking at something which is not working, then
    you look at your code, and think - "that looks like a piece of friday
    afternoon code"
    d27, Aug 12, 2003
  6. Aaargh

    Sands Guest

    Or "A Monday morning hangover!"

    Initially, I thought there was something wrong with my Code, or the way i
    Thankfully, there were other people who said, "I've had the same problem.."


    Sands, Aug 14, 2003
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