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How to open different forms based on the client type

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I want to open a different form then I am accessing the database from the notes client and a different one while accessing through web. Is it possible to do it?
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amit_dutta earned 250 total points
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Hello puniet,

There is a very easy trick to do it. All u need to do is create different forms for the web and notes client with different for names but the the alias name for the form same. eg.
NotesEntryForm | EntryForm - this is for notes client
WebEntryForm | EntryForm - This is for the web client.

Note: the alias name is same in both the cases.

The system will automatically pick the web form while accessing through the web and notes form while using notes client to access the form.
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Thanx amit that was nice little trick. Is it documented anywere in notes. Anyway thanx a lot for the answer.
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