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Cancelling an Edited Document

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The Document is being edited, on press of "Cancel" button, the document should be closed without popping the message "Do you want to save changes to the Document", .
In R5. the command is FIELD SaveOptions := 0, but i want to know an equivalent command in R4.6, b'coz the above syntax is not supported.
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Why not ?
SaveOptions exist also in R4.6
Just make a hidden text field called SaveOptions with Default Value "0"
The  0 must be written between "".
or Field SaveOptions := "0"

That's all
Try it

Greets,
Sloeber

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The above answer has been tried but still the problem persists.

Greets,
Chikkon
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by:chikkon
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Mr.Sloeber, plz create a dummy form in 4.6 with 1 filed and on button called cancel. when the document is run, enter some text in the field and then press CAncel. The code in the Cancel button is as follows:
FIELD SaveOptions := 0;
@Command([FileCloseWindow])

But still i receive a Lotus message called "Do u want to save the Document".
I do not wish to see this message, after editing the Docuemnt & then pressing Cancel.
B'coz the purpose of Cancel is to abort the process.

Chikkon
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you must wright "0" and not 0
and don't do a command but do a postcommand
this is the solution

FIELD SaveOptions := "0";
@PostedCommand([FileCloseWindow])


Greets,
Sloeber
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by:snocross
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Listening...

You could also use:

FIELD SaveOptions := SaveOptions;
@SetField("SaveOptions";"0");
@PostedCommand([FileCloseWindow])


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by:Jean Marie Geeraerts
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If you use the close-method in LotusScript this will also prevent the "Do you want to save the document" message.
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by:Arunkumar
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hey guys are you around ?
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by:snocross
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What's up?
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by:Jean Marie Geeraerts
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Just got back from a short holliday. So what's up ?
Have you tried the doc.close method ?
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