Well finally I am getting a bit more back on the development track. So I might spend some times here with dropping some code.
One of my latest ‘how do I do that?’ challenges was to write values collected by a WQO agent into a Form.
So how do you do this with computed fields?
Well you get the documentcontext just like you would normally do:
Dim s As New notessession
Dim db As notesdatabase
Set db = s.currentdatabase
Dim doc As notesdocument
Set doc = s.documentcontext
An editable field you would set in this way:
doc.fieldX = “collected data”
But as expected this will come up as editable value in the field name in the web form. You could att the htmlattribute “type = hidden” but I could navigate to that document via the DOM structure of the page.
If you would avoid that you could try writing to a computed field using these statements:
- cfieldX is the editable field, set type=”hidden”
- cfieldXWQO is the computed field, set as computed value ‘cfieldXWQO’.
If you would save the document via a normal way (@command([FileSave]) or a JS submit() the value in the field cfieldXWQO is not saved. So in order to save the collected data you need to use a WebQuerySave agent…