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Can't see all operators in condition editor

Hello everybody,

I can see only 4 operators in the condition editor.

Greater than, lower than e.g is missing.

Any idea?

Thx, very much

Jürgen

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    Former Member
    Apr 28, 2008 at 01:34 PM

    Hi Jürgen,

    there are only 4 operators. If you need smethind special you have to write this as an XPATH expression.

    Sample:

    //Employee[@ID>=2] EX

    means: if there is at least one employee with attribute id that is greaterEqual as 2

    Regards Mario

    Edited by: Mario Müller on Apr 28, 2008 9:35 AM

    Edited by: Mario Müller on Apr 28, 2008 9:35 AM

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    Apr 28, 2008 at 01:39 PM

    Hello Albert,

    Available Operators

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    Operator

    =

    Equal

    Not equal

    Contains Pattern (CP)

    You use this operator to query a string with a pattern. You can use the following characters for this:

    · + for any single character

    · * for any string

    *mploymenttaxdeclarat+on annualemploymenttaxdeclaration.

    EX

    Exists

    You use this operator to check the existence of the expression (in the left operand). This enables you to find out whether a substructure represented by the expression exists.

    You can use this operator if you want to check whether a particular element exists in the payload, for example. To do so, enter the element you want to check in the left-hand operand and leave the right-hand operand empty. You can also use the = operand for this check.

    Linking Multiple Logical Expressions

    The following functions are available for inserting multiple table lines and linking the expressions in these lines to each other logically:

    Functions for Linking Multiple Logical Expressions

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    Function

    Insert Group: Insert Inserts a new line for a new logical expression below the selected line.

    The new expression is linked to the expression in the selected row by the OR operator.

    Insert Expression: Inserts a new line for a new logical expression below the selected line.

    The new logical expression is linked to the expression in the selected line by the AND operator. Expressions that are linked by an AND operator are combined using a parenthesis symbol.

    Go through this link..

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/67/49767669963545a071a190b77a9a23/content.htm

    Hope this information is helpful to you.

    Thanks,

    satya Kumar

    Reward points if it is useful..

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  • Apr 28, 2008 at 01:53 PM

    Hello Mario and Satya,

    thanks very much for your help!

    Best regards,

    Jürgen

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