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Lotusscript events on documents

It would be nice to have onSave and afterSave events on Notesdocuments. Events can be based upon the form used, but should be triggered if saved in backend (and frontend).

This makes it easier to build validation or postprocessing for documents that can be saved both through UI and script.

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  • Jul 19 2018
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    August 29, 2018 17:08

    I'm curious, we have QuerySave and PostSave / QueryClose already for LS events (Notes client). The "on" events are typically "front-end" for Javascript. We have that too for the Notes Client, although the Notes Client objects need updating of methods and properties, so I tend to use QuerySave w/LS instead. The onSave is typically, the onSubmit for web or Notes development. For web documents, you do have a WebQuerySave event where you can do post were as the document is saving. How are you developing that you don't have them?

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    September 6, 2018 22:04

    Agree. It's a pain to have to replicate QS code in agents/code that is executed in the backend.