Error: Variant does not contain an object

Hi

I am getting a Variant does not contain an object error
I am prett sure it has to do with the emaildoc declaration

HHMMmm
Sub SendCORP
      On Error Goto AnyOtherErrors
      Print "SendingNotification"
      Dim ws As New NotesUIWorkspace
      Dim emailDoc As NotesDocument
      Dim rtitem As NotesRichTextItem
      Dim db As NotesDatabase
      Dim s As New NotesSession
      Set DB = S.CurrentDatabase
      Set db = session.CurrentDatabase
      Set emailDoc = New NotesDocument(db)
      Set rtitem = New NotesRichTextItem (emaildoc, "Body")       
      
'E-mail those who need to know
      SendPeople = "Employee1 Guest"
      doc.SendTo = SendPeople
      emailDoc.Form = "Memo"
      emailDoc.SendTo = SendPeople
      emailDoc.CopyTo = "James Wood"
      emailDoc.Subject = "New\Change\Remove User ID " & "("& doc.client(0) & ")"  
      
'Create the body field and put in a doclink
          'Dim rtitem As NotesRichTextItem
      Set rtitem = New NotesRichTextItem(emaildoc, "Body")
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS New/Change/Delete: "& "- -> "& doc.ChgType(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS Client's Full Name: "& "- -> "& doc.CFullName(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS Client's CORP User ID :"& "- -> "& doc.CCorpID(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS Client's Dept.: "& "- -> "& doc.CDept(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS Client's Extension: "& "- -> "& doc.CExtension(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS Clients Manager: "& "- -> "& doc.CManager(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "CTFS Clients Employee #: "& "- -> "& doc.CEmployeeNum(0))
      Call rtitem.AddNewLine( 2 )
      Call rtitem.AppendText( "Additional Info: "& "- -> "& doc.AddRequirements(0))
      
      
'Compute the computed fields
      Call emailDoc.ComputeWithForm(False, False)
'Send the e-mail
      Call emailDoc.Send (False)
      
      Exit Sub
AnyOtherErrors:
      Msgbox "Erl: " & Erl & Chr(13) & "Err: " & Err & Chr( 13 ) & _
      "Error: " & Error$  
End Sub
imjameswAsked:
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qwaleteeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Well, that line contains the first reference to doc.  If you run it through the debugger, and stop before that line, you can chekc to see if doc is initialized.

If that's the problem, then you have two problems:

1) doc should have been initialized
2) doc is not declared or is icorrectly, and is being treated as a variant instead of a NotesDocument
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qwaleteeCommented:
James, couldn't you at leat ave run it through the debugger and pointed out which line failed?  You know to do that by now!!!

It may have something to do with the fact that you ditto'ed the following line:
     Set rtitem = New NotesRichTextItem (emaildoc, "Body")      
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imjameswAuthor Commented:


I have been running this thru the debugger

Sorry

This is in the Globals of the form
I think the problem is with  emailDoc.Subject = "New\Change\Remove User ID " & "("& doc.client(0) & ")"  

I did not have doc declared
I have Declared i now

Lets see what happens



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imjameswAuthor Commented:
Yeah

Doc is not initialized

I did this before and doc was not set and it worked HHMMm

Since this is in the globals of the form and I need to pull info from the form rather tha write to it how do I set doc
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imjameswAuthor Commented:
I got it

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imjameswAuthor Commented:
I forgot to set doc as uidoc
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