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Generate a sequencial code for Documents

Posted on 2004-03-25
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I new in all this stuff so i try to explain my best.
I  have a form where I have to enter all the information about my projects, no problem till here, but I want to creat a Code for each project, I want to inicializate de project code when I want, and I want that every time I create a new project de code incresase in 1, just when de document is new.

Other issue is that I want to export  the form to a file could be Word or Excel once i have finish it.

Anyone could help me thanks.
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How is this project number identified for a project ?

For each given project group create a profile document or a document in view.. which will hold the current project number. Whenever another new project is created it will extract the value from the proj group and add 1 to it and update the profile doc accordingly.

Use File..Export menu or command action to MS RTF format. This is readable by MS Word

~Hemanth
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Must they be sequential, and must they be numeric, or is the requirement really to assign any code, so long as it in unique?

If it can be any unique code, just create a field named UNIQUE_ID, make it text, and computed when composed.  The formula is really easy: @Unique

Since it is computed when composed, it will only calcuate at the time the new document is created, and stay fixed for that document thereafter.

Sequential number soluions are much more difficult, though you will find MANY examples in tis topic area (such as the one Madheeswar references).

Exportingto Excel: the easiest way is to create a view that matches what you want to see in Excel.  In R6, you can then just use "copy as table" and paste into Excel.  In any version, you can then export selected documents to 123, giving a file extension of .wk4, which Excel can open.

There are also several more sophisticated ways to export to Excel, by scripting the export to a CSV file or via OLE.  Check out the Sandbox area on notes.net.  There are also a few here, but most of them just lead you to the sandbox.

Exporting to Word would only be done for a single document, and is built-in (ppen a document, choose File->Export, Microsoft Word RTF is in the drop-down list), whereas the Excel exports are all for multiple documents being exported form a view.
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