>I recommend you look at Examples of Valid Filter Expressions. Unfortunately, Novell’s filter reference Filter Expression Syntax is not very helpful.
I do this, but i cannot find a sample for this issue. Your are right with “is not very helpful”
>iFilter = “(TASK AND NOT COMPLETED)”
This works fine!
>You can display tasks in one of the following user interfaces:
>a Formativ dialog (use a ListBoxControl, TabListBoxControl or StringGridControl);
>a HTML dialog, for which you build the HTML dynamically;
>a HTML portal, for which you build the HTML dynamically.
The final is to display the item as a HTML Portal. But first i tried
set oMessages = groupwise.account.calendar.messages.find(iFilter)
iAllFind = oMessages.count
for i = 1 to iAllFind
It applies the filter, count correct, Show the number of items,
but the loop doesn’t work.
How can i access and display the subject of each item in the loop.