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Good Morning! Experts.
  I have one simple question. I have created a date field with date/time set, computed for display and @Created, workd perfect
  But, when I try it in view with Date column sorted ascending and advanced format tab is set at date/time, it is not giving me any display. Thanks for your help in advance.
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by:Sjef Bosman
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Depending on the Notes-version you have (R5??) there can be problems with view columns (same column name used twice, e.g. if you duplicate a column). Otherwise, it should be a run-of-the-mill job. Try to make a new view with only a few columns in it,  but at least the date column. Did you check the Document Properties if the field was correctly filled??
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by:HemanthaKumar
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From designer view sometimes you cannot see any changes , view it in client after saving the view !!

~Hemanth
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by:cyle
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I have Notes 6. Yes, the field has date/time, computed when composed and On display tab I had both date and time checked.
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by:cyle
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Yes, I do check it in client view.
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by:Sjef Bosman
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Just to be certain: check whether your date column has a unique name, compared to all other columns in the view. What happens if you replace the field (name correctly used?) with a fixed value?
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by:cyle
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I tried using company name on the date field and it gave a display with their names. In my document I have two fields names fld_date(@Created) and fld_createddate(computed field based on userrole). In view, I only use fld_date.
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You are using "computed for display" : you can't use that in a view, because the value is not saved on the document.

In the view, use @created directly (in the view column)

cheers,

Tom
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by:Sjef Bosman
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How could I have missed that!? Need new ink for my display...
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by:Bozzie4
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The simple solutions are the still the best  - and the most difficult to spot :-)

Tom
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