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Newbie : Placing formula choice code in click event

Posted on 2008-09-29
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Lotus Notes 4.6/5

I have a field that gets a value filled in when the form is open..

It is a drop down choice field.  "CRSNumber"
@DbColumn("";"862570D5:00609C95";"Lookup";1)   ...Using formula window on field property.

and then also execute this also :  the field  "CRSRequestCompanyName"  gets loaded with this value...
@If(CRSNumber = "";"";@DbLookup("";"862570D5:00609C95";"Lookup"; CRSNumber;12))


I would like to take away the choice option and just "click" in the field and do the same events...

Thanks
fordraiders


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Yo can use the exit event of the field to do this.

Place the code in the exit field event for that specific filed and that's it.


I hope this helps !
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