OK - Now "Do You Want To Save" Dialog Box in Formula language

Now I would like to get rid of the dialog when this scripts run

@SetField("Flag"; "Yes");
@SetField("Creator"; @Name([Abbreviate]; @UserName));
@SetField("RequestDate"; @Today);
FIELD PID := @Text(MainID);
nameToRemove :=@Name([Abbreviate];@UserName);
oldNames := @GetDocField(PID;"NagList");
result := @Trim(@Replace(@GetDocField(PID;"NagList");@UserName;""));
@SetDocField(PID;"NagList";result);
@Command([FileSave]);
@Command([FileCloseWindow])
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madheeswarCommented:
@SetField("Flag"; "Yes");
@SetField("Creator"; @Name([Abbreviate]; @UserName));
@SetField("RequestDate"; @Today);
FIELD PID := @Text(MainID);
nameToRemove :=@Name([Abbreviate];@UserName);
oldNames := @GetDocField(PID;"NagList");
result := @Trim(@Replace(@GetDocField(PID;"NagList");@UserName;""));
@SetDocField(PID;"NagList";result);
@Command([FileSave]);
@PostedCommand([FileCloseWindow])

and do u have Saveoption field? then make it
FIELD SaveOptions:="1";
.....
madheeswarCommented:
or u can do as:
@SetField("Flag"; "Yes");
@SetField("Creator"; @Name([Abbreviate]; @UserName));
@SetField("RequestDate"; @Today);
FIELD PID := @Text(MainID);
nameToRemove :=@Name([Abbreviate];@UserName);
oldNames := @GetDocField(PID;"NagList");
result := @Trim(@Replace(@GetDocField(PID;"NagList");@UserName;""));
@SetDocField(PID;"NagList";result);
@If(@Command([FileSave]);@PostedCommand([FileCloseWindow]);"")
JaziarAuthor Commented:
I do not have a saveOption Field

@SetField("Flag"; "Yes");
@SetField("Creator"; @Name([Abbreviate]; @UserName));
@SetField("RequestDate"; @Today);
FIELD PID := @Text(MainID);
nameToRemove :=@Name([Abbreviate];@UserName);
oldNames := @GetDocField(PID;"NagList");
result := @Trim(@Replace(@GetDocField(PID;"NagList");@UserName;""));
@SetDocField(PID;"NagList";result);
@If(@Command([FileSave]);@PostedCommand([FileCloseWindow]);"")

This did not work - I still got the box
madheeswarCommented:
then create a Saveoptions field.
and the defualt value should be "0"

and use this code:
FIELD SaveOptions:="1";
FIELD Flag:="Yes";
FIELD creator:=@Name([Abbreviate]; @UserName));
FIELD RequestDate:=@Today;
FIELD PID := @Text(MainID);
nameToRemove :=@Name([Abbreviate];@UserName);
oldNames := @GetDocField(PID;"NagList");
result := @Trim(@Replace(@GetDocField(PID;"NagList");@UserName;""));
@SetDocField(PID;"NagList";result);
@If(@Command([FileSave]);@PostedCommand([FileCloseWindow]);"")

or u can change it to Lotus Script....

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JaziarAuthor Commented:
That got it
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