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This invention provides a technique by which a host system can resolve the subject, reference, sender, recipient, and copylist of a note prior to actually typing the text of the note.
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Electronic Note Preformatting Procedure
This invention provides a technique by which a host system can resolve the
subject, reference, sender, recipient, and copylist of a note prior to actually typing
the text of the note.
With this invention, the AS/400 user can see exactly how the note he is
typing will appear when it is sent. He can see to whom it will be sent, any subject
and/or reference information, and the names of the people that will be copied on
This AS/400 has special instructions, called Note Data Fields, that are used
to mark the location where specific note information is to be placed when the
note is sent. There are unique Note Data Fields
for RECIPIENT, SENDER, SUBJECT, REFERENCE, and COPYLIST. When
the sender of a note enters the subject, reference, recipient, and copylist
information, this information is saved into special data records that are used later
when resolving the Note Data Fields.
This invention provides a new function (called note preformatting) that allows
the AS/400 Note Data Fields to be resolved before the Note Edit display is
presented to the user. This preformatting process allows the AS/400 notes
function to present a more accurate picture of how the note will look when it is
A flowchart of the invention is shown in Figs. 1 - 3.
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