Using @Functions in Web Applications

@Functions are predefined formulas that perform specific tasks and return a value. Some @Functions do not work at all on the Web, others are restricted, and still others are particularly useful. The following sections describe each of these types of @Functions.

@Functions That Work in Web Applications

In Table 16.8 is a list of @Functions that could prove to be quite useful in Web applications.

Table 16.8. @Functions
@ClientTypeRetrieves client information to allow designers to make decisions based on client. Returns:
  • Web from a browser client

  • Notes from Notes client

  • None from an agent

Knowing which client is accessing your Web application would be useful when using hide-when formulas or computed ...

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