LOTUSSCRIPT CREATEOBJECT PDF
This script creates a new, blank Lotus worksheet object in the Description field of the current document. LotusWorkbook must be in the OLE. Hi This is a known issue but if you get it the first time it may confuse you. Lotus script function CreateObject() does not work in NotesAgent if it. Unfortunately CreateObject returns error Cannot Create Automation Does anyone know whether there is any LotusScript equivalent?.
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Without that, CreateObject won’t find it.
Examples: CreateObject method (NotesUIDocument – LotusScript)
The system initializes the variables if you do not. In all other cases, variables should be declared with a specific type. When you click Run now, did it work?
If this is set to trueWord appears; otherwiseit remains hidden. If you will define a function without a return value, you should just use a subroutine.
You could have thousands of NotesDocument s these are the objectsbut you would have only one class: There is also a “gotcha” when putting variables on one line if you are not careful. Next comes the name of the subroutine, printInKilobytes. After the class definition line comes the variable declarations, also known as the properties of the class.
Then you can use them by changing their values data. Note that the code area is a rich-text field. Have you seen this IBM Technote about calling. You see this quite a bit in Microsoft code. There are default initializations for each variable type. This gets back to the potusscript issue.
The next part tells the system what the name of that variable should be. For example, let’s say that you need to print the number of kilobytes from a given file size lotusscrip bytes. Word has another property called documentsand documents itself has a method or command called add. After the new subroutine comes the delete subroutine.
But if you are at the top of the pyramid, you can see nothing above you. This goes back to the introduction of the chapter, when we talked about Option Declare. A more detailed discussion of lists is covered a little later. This is how the lotussccript gets returned to the calling routine.
After you have told the system what you want to create, the next step is to put some data into the new array. Next loop is the tprint line.
Therefore, you use the loop and the variable nCount to start at 1 and go to 5. Everything else either should be declared in a subroutine or function local variables or should be declared in a class class member variables.
CreateObject (NotesUIDocument – LotusScript)
Specifically, have you followed the instruction that tells you that you have to run regasm in order to publish your DLL via COM. In this example, the routine is actually lotusacript when the set command is issued, as in the following:. You can write a subroutine to handle the task of printing the size crewteobject files in kilobytes.
If you may any questions please contact us: Well, what if it isn’t less than ? Instead of putting a hard-coded number into the print statement, you use the variable, like this:. An array is indexed by a number, and this index is called a subscript. The crrateobject element is the name of the constant. Having a nice library of OLE automation classes permits you to extend the reach of Lotus Notes to the entire Windows environment.
To determine which value to print, you must tell the array your choice.