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DocLinks to Response Doc in Parent Doc

Posted on 2006-06-22
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I don't know if this is possible or not, but here is what I want to do:

I want to create DocLinks in the Parent Document that would resolve to each of its response documents.

The reason I would like to do this is I am sending a doclink of the parent doc to different users to review. I would like them to be able to access all responses from within the parent doc, so they don't have to go to a seperate view.

I would like to do this within the Notes Client.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to carry this off?

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:NormCox
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by:Steve Knight
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Why not create an embedded view which is categorised by a coluimn with @text($ref) (i.e unique ID) and then set single category of embedded view to @Text(@DocumentUniqueID).  

This will show embedded view of each child document of the parent.

Steve
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Steve Knight earned 500 total points
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i.e. view selection formula is

SELECT (form="response1":"response2")
Col1. is sorted, categorised and is @Text($ref);
Col2 - x are what you want to show in the view.

Embed the view in the main form and set the category property of the view to @Text(@DocumentUniqueID);

Hope thats a bit clearer, if not ask!

Steve
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by:NormCox
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Thanks for the quick response.

For those that use this solution in the future, the only two glitches I ran into was that I had left the default selection of "Display response docs in a hierarchal format" checked. This caused nothing to be displayed in the view. Also, I was using alias form names in the selection criteria of the view. Once I got rid of aliases, all displayed like a champ.

Thanks again.
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by:Steve Knight
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No prolem glad to help.

Steve
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