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How do refresh the view a user returns to after editing a doc?

Posted on 2008-10-14
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A user opens a document from any view.
In the PostSave event, other related docs are updated.

When the user closes the doc and returns to the view it needs refreshing with F9 which is annoying.

How can I determine from which view the doc was opened so I can refresh it within PostSave?

uidoc.CurrentView and doc.ParentView are not defined.
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Question by:Jooger
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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It's in the NotesUIWorkspace:

Call ws.ViewRefresh
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by:Jooger
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Thanks. I knew I'd done it before but just couldn't remember and thought I'd looked 'everywhere'
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