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UDF for Total Lines

Hi Masters,

Please any body give me UDF Code for Total Lines.

Thanks!

Regards,

SReddy

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2007 at 04:45 AM

    Hi,

    Can u be more specific.

    Best regards,

    raj.

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2007 at 04:46 AM

    DO U MEAN THE TOITAL NUMBER OF RECORDS IN THE MESSAGE? if this is the case dont go for udf. u can have them using the count f/n in grpahical mapping

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    • Hi,

      See for example if your structure looks like the below

      <Recordset>

      <Row>

      <Fname>J</Fname>

      </Row>

      <Row>

      <Fname>K</Fname>

      </Row>

      <Row>

      <Fname>L</Fname>

      </Row>

      <Row>

      <Fname>M</Fname>

      </Row>

      <Row>

      <Fname>N</Fname>

      </Row>

      </Recordset>

      If you want to count the row then ,

      Row[Change context to higher level]----->COUNT--


      >Target

      Hope it helps you!!

      Best regards,

      raj.

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2007 at 04:52 AM

    Hi

    Try this out

    take a record node(in which actual records are present) from source

    record ---> count( std function from statistic function group) ---> target total field

    this function will count no of time record is occurring in message..

    hope this helps

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