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Calling shared Actions

Posted on 2002-05-02
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Is there a way to call a shared action from a formula field?  Using an @command or something?  

Or is there another way to store a common routine that you use multiple times within a database.  And be able to call that routine with a simple command?
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Agent will be the best solution for you. Write the script or formula in it and call the agent using @Command( [ToolsRunMacro] ; agent )

~Hemanth
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You can't do something like that with a shared action?

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No, It is just an action button, which is prototyped as shared and used all over your db without redundancy.
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