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For starters, it's not a big deal for me ;) I fully understand the restriction here and don't need to see these properties there. However when this properties box is open in designer and you switch to the client to test your QRP code it will give you these constant error messages until you close the properties box. End users don't use this window I guess but if it would happen to be open at some point they would get these messages too of course and they won't understand why this happens. Now, again, no big deal, but if there would be a way to avoid the error, I don't need the properties at all there, that would be great. If of course the only way to avoid the error is to show the properties then I understand that that is a complete project again.
Btw, I didn't see any of the demo's you refer too. That's why I asked. Sorry about that ;)
I'm running QRP's on up to 10db's with around 100000 docs in each of them at once and it's impressive how good this works! Really happy with this.
There is no such thing as a DQL view. You mean QRP view (QueryResultsProcessor view).
This restriction has been demoed and explained at every point along the way. To review - since QRP views pull their data from databases other than the one they are created in, we cannot confuse the NoteIDs (which are redundant across databases) and so we manufacture artificial ones. Document properties cannot be displayed using the database housing the views. If you want to see the document, double click and open it.
There is a possibility of either or both a) NOT manufacturing NoteIDs ONLY IF the QRP view's documents are all from the containing database where the view is created and b) supporting document properties across databases.
a) could be done as a support effort but b) is a project, not a support ticket.
No problem! Where do I create a support ticket?
Can you please open a support ticket for this problem + add the ticket number here?