In Domino, formulas can beused to accomplish many programming objectives, including
Acting on a condition
Create selection criteria: views, agents, and replication formulas
The Formula language processes back-end Notes objects, much like the back-end classes in LotusScript, whereas @Commands (a special type of @Function covered in detail in the next section) operate in the user interface. Changes made using @Commands are not reflected in the back-end (stored documents) until a document is saved, while changes made using @Functions are made real-time to the stored documents. A formula is composed of one or more @Functions, which ...