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1 Form 2 embedded views

What I am trying to do seems rather simple.  I have a form w/ 2 embedded views.  I want to ultimately link the two views, so if I were to select  a document on one view, the second view will show related documents via UNID.  In the second view, I set it to show a single category where it refrences the documents UniqueID (UNID).  Lastly, the main view has single & double click target set to the secondary view. But this is not working.  Please help.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Also, I don't know if this makes a difference, but in both views, one form is a response form, the other form is a response to response form.  Thank you
madheeswar

I won't think this is possible.
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I am rather new to framesets, I would like to try that idea.  How would I go about linking the two views as I described above using a frameset.

With the way I set up the project.  The main form is the location form.  The location has a number of open/pending projects related to it.  On the main form, I have an embedded view that list all projects related to that location (which is a response doc).  When I access the response document (ProjectDetails), I get a listing of events pertaining to the response document.  The events document is response to response document.

The client wanted to 2 views, one is a view that list all Completed projects (which was easy), the other was to list pending projects w/ their events listed below.  

Perhaps a frameset w/2 views will work in this case????
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Sjef Bosman

Linking 2 views will be very hard, if not impossible. The Notes UI doesn't have sufficient hooks to help you in doing what you want.

On the other hand, two (independent) views in a frameset is a piece of cake. Try it.
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I am sorry that I don't understand.  Say if I had a view, I click on a view entry, the view another frame set will populate????  Or do I have this all wrong. . ..
Sjef Bosman

Just clicking on a view entry might not be enough, that's something I would have to test (but at the moment there's no time to do that).

But if I were you, I'd certainly investigate that possibility.
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madheeswar, I will try this and tell u my result.  Sorry for the late response.