@Commands cannot be used in any agent except when the agent runtime selection choice is set to either Agent List Selection, None, or Action Menu Selection, None. These agent runtime events are the only way that @Commands can be executed by a Web browser. This is because a Web browser has no concept of the other options.
Documents can also be selected by using the Search Builder. Clicking the Add Condition button displays the Search Builder window. This feature is useful for creating search agents. Figure 11.12 shows the choices available: By Author, By Date, By Field, By Form, Fill Out Example Form, In Folder, and Multiple Words. This is the same window used in a full-text search, and it functions in exactly the same manner. The Search Builder can create very sophisticated selection criteria.
Figure 11.12. The Search Builder window allows you to build a search with multiple conditions.
You can add multiple search conditions to the same agent by successively clicking the Add Search button. These conditions are connected by default with a Boolean AND , but OR and NOT can also be used. Using parentheses to change the order of execution is also supported, so complex search conditions can be created.
Part I. Introduction to Release 6
Whats New in Release 6?
The Release 6 Object Store
The Integrated Development Environment
Part II. Foundations of Application Design
Advanced Form Design
Using Shared Resources in Domino Applications
Using the Page Designer
Adding Framesets to Domino Applications
Automating Your Application with Agents
Part III. Programming Domino Applications
Using the Formula Language
Real-World Examples Using the Formula Language
Writing LotusScript for Domino Applications
Real-World LotusScript Examples
Writing Java for Domino Applications
Real-World Java Examples
Enhancing Domino Applications for the Web
Part IV. Advanced Design Topics
Accessing Data with XML
Accessing Data with DECS and DCRs
Security and Domino Applications
Creating Workflow Applications
Analyzing Domino Applications
Part V. Appendices
Appendix A. HTML Reference
Appendix B. Domino URL Reference