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track changes for every field in the form when a user updates any field

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Hi,

I'm need of some lotus script in query save event. It should track a change to any field in the form that has changed and should write the field changes into a comments section with the name of the user.

Any easy way to achieve this?
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Here's one edit history solution:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Email/Lotus_Notes_Domino/Q_21704573.html

see if that helps you.   I've done this a couple of different ways.  So, yes, it can be done.
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by:chakrika
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yes, this helps...
i've implented the same technique and its working out well.

thanks
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Good!  Glad it worked for you.
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