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Views have names and aliases. The alias must never change and must be used when referencing from formulas, LotusScript, or when embedding a view into a form, outline, etc.
You can use the view name to split into folders using the \ character. You can change the view name at any time, because you refer to the view everywhere using an alias.
I put an example and a picture to simulate this.
In this case I've the search of customerarticles, now to organise I put hide view "()" and I put the name, when there're a few is enough but when database is big I need a lot of search and customized view for any user there're a lot and finally is difficult to find. And this idea is to help to IT designer to classify views.
I put an example is a like a folders from the emails. But this is virtual because the idea you can move to another folder without touching the view.
Imagine that I want classify the views for department, If someday one view needs another department I can put this view in another folder without touching the code lotusscript when I work with this view,
I hope it's possible.
Can you provide a screenshot as an example? I dont understand the problem. It is a common design practice to hide views that are used for programmatic access from users. Take a look at pubnames.ntf where you can see backend views like ($ServerAccess).