13 November 2006

Client-side JavaScript Access to Computed Fields

Something interesting I've just found out, especially if you're fond of using JavaScript for your client-side validation -- while JavaScript can't do crap with computed fields on the web (because they're served to the browser as plain text), JavaScript on the client-side can access computed fields just fine! I'm guessing this was added as part of Lotus' personal JavaScript engine they use (I'm still trying to figure out just exactly what, if anything, it's based on), because without it, complex client-side JavaScript is rendered kind of useless when compared with LotusScript.

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