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Parameter Value Passing

Hi,

I am new to BSP..Can we pass only the screen field values from one page to other. I mean, does the Interaction Parameter's name be same as that of the screen field name.

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Rushikesh

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 07:48 PM

    if the variable value which you want to pass is not part of screen (form field) then you have to use

    navigation->set_parameter( name = <'attribute name in the next page'> value = <variable holidng the value> ).

    for a screen field (form field) you could simply use

    navigation->set_parameter( 'fname' ).

    but its a good practice to always specify the name and value so that you dont by mistake miss out

    Regards

    Raja

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 08:29 AM

    Hi,

    Yes we can pass screen values from one page to another.

    You can get the screen values, store it in an internal table and pass to other page using set and get server side cookies and you can also use auto page attribute if u r working in page with flow logic.

    what do you mean by interaction parameter name and screen field name? can you elaborate?

    Regards,

    Sneha.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hello,

      Do u have a problem if u set ur page as STATEFUL ?

      If not then set ur page as STATEFUL in the properties tab of ur BSP Page .

      Then the values will be seen.

      Please reward points if ur problem is solved.

      Regards,

      Deepu.K

  • Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 01:45 PM

    Look at this 2 blog..This will explain how to pass the Parameters..

    <a href="/people/raja.thangamani/blog/2006/12/26/bsphow-to-navigation-between-bsp-applications-part-i: Navigation between BSP Applications: Part-I</a>

    <a href="/people/raja.thangamani/blog/2007/01/05/bsphow-to-navigation-between-bsp-applications-part-ii: Navigation between BSP Applications: Part-II</a>

    Raja T

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