You can use this section to set an object to a specific data value or to add programming to be executed when an event occurs. Figure 3.8 illustrates several lines of LotusScript code in the Programmer's pane. More specifically, this figure shows several global objects being defined in the Options section. We'll talk more about how to write LotusScript programs later in the book. For now, you should understand where to add programming code.
Figure 3.8. Sample LotusScript code in the Programmer's pane
If the Programmer's pane is hidden, select View > Programmer's Pane to display this section. Alternatively, you can use your mouse to manually open the pane. To do this, locate the horizontal bar at the bottom of the screen and use the left mouse button to drag open the pane.
The Action Pane
An Introduction to the Lotus Domino Tool Suite
Getting Started with Designer
Navigating the Domino Designer Workspace
Domino Design Elements
An Introduction to Formula Language
An Introduction to LotusScript
Fundamentals of a Notes Application
Reference Library Applications
Design Enhancements Using LotusScript
Design Enhancements Using Formula Language
Miscellaneous Enhancements and Tips for Domino Databases
Application Deployment and Maintenance
Appendix A. Online Project Files and Sample Applications
Appendix B. IBM® Lotus® Notes® and Domino®Whats Next?