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Posted on 2007-11-15
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I'm trying to create an email notification placebot which should run when a form is submited.
I've tried to adopt the code from a placebot which runs on the folder in which the document created by the form "Site Location" are placed. I struggling to figure out how to refer to the current document.

Thanks,
Duncan

Sub Initialize

	On Error Goto errorhandler

	Dim ws As New notesuiworkspace

	

	Dim ss As New NotesSession

	Dim db As NotesDatabase

	Dim view As NotesView

	Dim doc As NotesDocument

	Dim docMail As NotesDocument

	

	Set db=ss.GetDatabase("QKPL200/QUICKPLACE","QuickPlace/test_project/PageLibrary8525787R006D805F.nsf")

	

	

	'Set view=db.GetView("Locations")

	'Set doc=view.GetFirstDocument

	webname = Evaluate({@webdbname},doc)

	'Set doc=ss.

	Set doc=ws.CurrentDocument.Document

	'While Not doc Is Nothing

	Dim CountryEMEA As Variant

	CountryEMEA = doc.GetItemValue( "c_Country" )(0)

	

	

	Set docMail = db.CreateDocument()

	Set rtitemBody = New NotesRichTextItem(docMail, "Body")

	docMail.Form = "Memo"

	

	If  CountryEMEA(0)="Test" Then 

		docMail.Sendto="mail address 1"

	Elseif  CountryEMEA(0)="test1" Then 

		docMail.Sendto="mail address 2"

	End If

	Msgbox "sending mail"

	Print "sending mail"

	docMail.Copyto=""

	docMail.Subject="Subject text"

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("----------------------------------------------------------")

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(1)

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("A Notification from Lotus QuickPlace")

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(1)

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("----------------------------------------------------------")	

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(2)

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("You can access this page either by clicking on the link below, or by copying and pasting it into your browser.")		

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(2)

	Call rtitembody.AppendText("http://qpchaseweb.chase.com/"+Cstr(webname(0))+"/Locations/" + doc.UniversalID+"/?opendocument")	

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(2)

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("Regards,")

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(1)

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("Sender")

	Call rtitemBody.addnewline(2)

	Call rtitemBody.appendtext("----------------------------------------------------------")

	Call docMail.Send(False)

	

	

	

		'Set doc=view.GetNextDocument(doc)

'	Wend

	Exit Sub

errorhandler:

	Msgbox "Error occured in the place bot at line no. "&Erl()&" error is "&Error()

End Sub

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Dim uiw As New notesuiworkspace

Dim uidoc As notesuidocument

Dim doc1 As notesdocument

Set uidoc=uiw.currentdocument  ' uidoc is the current doc via UI

Set doc1=uidoc.document  ' doc1 is the currently open document - Backend


I hope this helps !
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by:dgoldie
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Thanks for the response however I just realised I was going about this in totally the wrong way.
To create the notification I did'nt need to reference the current document, it was in fact the last document in the view I needed to reference ie. GetLastDocument



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Glad you reolved this !
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qwaletee earned 250 total points
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Then you just need

Set view = db.getView(...)
Set doc = view.getLastDocument

By the way, NotesUiWorkspace and other NotesUI... classes do not work in placebots.  You need db.unprocessedDocument or session.documentContext, depending on how you are running.
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The getlastdocument option works for newly created documents, is there a way of identifying the most recently updated document in a view/ folder?
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You need your view to sort by last modification date. You can build a custom view to do this.
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You would need a view tht is sorted by last modified date that you can access.


I hope this helps !
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Although I sort of answered my initial question, the combined contributions of qwaletee and SysExpert allowed me to gain access to a clearer understanding of the methods.
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