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isDatabaseLocked

To return Yes (true) if the database is locked
This function helps you find if the edit mode needs a password to be activated and if it is already entered... or not.
If the function returns No (false), the password was already entered, or if the database is not password protected.

Syntax

isDatabaseLocked()

Return

boolean

Examples

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isDatabaseLocked()
Result: No (false) if the database is not protected by a password or if the admin entered the password already
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if isDatabaseLocked() then
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"Activate the edit mode by entering the password!"
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end
Add the above script in a formula field and you'll get the following result.
Result:
This is how it will be displayed
(if the edit mode in a database is password protected and the password wasn't entered yet)

See also

​isDatabaseProtected, which returns Yes (true) if the database is protected by a password.
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