Created by Jake Howlett on 05/12/2004. Modified: 12/05/2004 14:22


Lotus Notes Exception - Invalid document identifier


Vague message that could mean any number of things.


If your Web Query Save/Open agent is named wrongly or doesn't exist.

Jake on 12/05/2004 14:22

Could also be that a Shared Field on the form has been removed from the database or has been renamed.

Jake on 12/05/2004 14:22

URLs that end in "?DeleteDocument" will throw this error if the view that is specified does not exist. It is okay when using "?OpenDocument" or "?EditDocument" to use any string in place of the view name, yet not when deleting. Try using a view you know exists or using "/$DefaultView/".

Jake on 12/05/2004 14:22

Also seen when using a computed subform formula that evaluates to a subform that has been removed or renamed.

Jerry Carter on 05/25/2004 12:23 PM

If the agent is not a shared one

Sino Antony on 06/06/2004 04:49 AM

if you are calling a web agent from a web page to do something as populate fields remember this - the agent name CANNOT have blank spaces. lotus domino web server doesnt handle it.

Geraldo Guazzelli on 11/25/2005 08:11 AM

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