field names turning to uppercase

Posted on 2006-11-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
this is the oddist thing,

i have four editable text fields called:


but when the document is saved

they become


no other fields behave like this..

if anyone can shed any light on this i would be very grateful, i haven't got a scooby.

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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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Easy... You probably create these fields from LotusScript in an agent, and they might not exist on the form or there is no form open. This is caused by LotusScript abbreviations, like
    doc.deleteFromA= value
This direct assignment method will cause the field to be created in uppercase.

If you want the "correct" fieldnames, use:
    doc.ReplaceItemValue "deleteFromA", value

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ID: 17905424
that is exactly what is happening, all sorted, brilliant as usual, how I learn!

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