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HemanthaKumar

What is the exact script I would enter in the exit event of a field to make all fields update?

Currently the field has the following script:

Sub Exiting(Source As Field)
      
End Sub

Would I replace or add to that?
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Sub Exiting(Source As Field)
     Dim ws as New NotesUIWorkspace
     ws.CurrentDocument.Refresh
End Sub


~Hemanth
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by:qwaletee
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I'll save Hemantha some typing
Sub Exiting(Source As Field)
  Dim ws as new notesUiWorkspace
  ws.currentDocument.Refresh 'causes each field to recalculate, the PostReccalc event to run, and hiding to be reavaluated
End Sub
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LOL
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by:jtpatten
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That woiks,

Thanks HemanthaKumar and qwaletee
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