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Qual Table Question - Java API

Hello all,

my question is in the area of searching for products via the non-qualifier using the Java API. Can it be done? If so, how? I don't think there is a QualifiedLookupParameter class.

A concrete example of what I want to do is something like the following:

Product pricing is set by quantity. So, the quantity is the non-qualifier and price is the qualifier. I want to easily see all products with a "1-9 quantity" price (along with the price).

Is there a way to set up such a search?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2006 at 12:37 PM

    Hi Bruce,

    Your code should look something like this:

    ResultSetDefinition rsd = new ResultSetDefinition(<TABLECODENAME>);

    rsd.AddField(<FIELDNAME (that points to qualified table)>);

    Search search = new Search(<TABLECODENAME>);

    FreeFormTableParameter fftp = searchPricing.GetParameters().NewFreeFormTableParameter(<TABLECODENAME);

    FreeFormParameterField ffpf = new FreeFormParameterField((<FIELDNAME (that points to qualified table)>);

    ffpf.Add(new NumericParameter(1,FreeFormParameter.GreaterThanOrEqualToSearchType));

    ffpf.Add(new NumericParameter(9,FreeFormParameter.LessThanOrEqualToSearchType));

    fftp.Add(ffpf);

    A2iResultSet rs = catalog.GetResultSet(search, rsd, (<FIELDNAME (that points to qualified table)>), true, 0);

    Hop this helps you out,

    Good luck,

    Gerwin

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