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Hi experts,

Is it possible to jump always to the same view when you open a database (not only for the first time).
I'm using also navigators in LN 4.6

Greetings Bob !!!
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by:Gunsen
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U could tell it to "Launch first doclink in About database" in database Launch-properties.  Make a view-link to the preferred view and paste it into the about database document.
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Soo did my answer help u - oosterbaan ?
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No Gunsen...this wasn't the soulution for me, but thanks anyway.

Greetings Bob !!!
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Create a navigator and associate a view with it.  And in the db launch properties start this nav when the db is open.  It will start the view as well with it.  You can just create an empty nav if u want.

I'm not sure if what u want is something else than what I udnerstood.

-Gus
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by:ekvarner
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Place an OpenView-command in the Postopen event of the Database Script.
Example:

@Command([OpenView]; "All by title")
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by:oosterbaan
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Sorry ekvarner, but the comment from ghassan was a better solution for me....
thanks anyway !!!

Greetings Bob !!!

Thanks Ghassan...retype your comment as answer and you will earn your points
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You welcome:)
I think there is a new feature where u can accept a comment as an answer, you probably just noticed it.

Cheers,
-Gus
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Soo did my answer help u - oosterbaan ?
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