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Looking for a LotusScript equivalent to @UserRoles

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I'm looking for a LotusScript equivalent to the @UserRoles function.

@UserRoles takes into account user group memberships, the UniformAccess property when combined with local db access, and more -- making writing a LotusScript equivalent not-so-simple.
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Simon_Hendry earned 150 total points
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Why do you want to reinvent the wheel ???

Why not just use evaluate()

' Code Starts

Dim Eval As Variant
Eval = Evaluate("@UserRoles")

Forall Roles in Eval
  Print Cstr(Roles)
End Forall
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by:DButler
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I've just played with Evaluate -- a wonderful function!!!
Too easy!!!
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