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Conditional hiding of columns in a view

Posted on 2003-11-15
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Evenin' all
It's easy to hide a column in a view, but is there any way to hide them under the control of script or @commands?
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Stuart
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If you are talking about R5... NO

From R6, this has been introduced where you can specify a formula to hide the column based upon the result of the formula.

Here is the excerpt from R6 help,

Hiding a column from R5 clients
When you check "Hide column" in Lotus Domino Designer 6, the column will also be hidden when the application is accessed by an R5 client.  If you check "Hide column if formula is true" in Designer 6, the column will be visible when accessed by an R5 client because R5 did not have the ability to selectively hide columns.  If you are using the option to "Hide column if formula is true," check the option "Hide in Notes R5 or before."

~Hemanth
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Hm, that's pretty conclusive!
Thanks Hemanth.
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On the web you can do it, using pass-thru HTML
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