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parameter for XML Forms Builder

Hi,

following use case: we build a form to show the properties of the uploaded file. and we want to show the path where the file is stored in the repository. so there must be some kind of parameters like $date or $sap_user or some kind of query, or not?

how else i could dynamicaly request it? is it ABAP?

thanks,

N.

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2004 at 05:09 PM

    Hello,

    There is a parameter $datapath which shows the path where the file is stored.

    If you need to see the rest of the parameters, open the xsl file like progectEdit.xsl

    Regards,

    Leonid

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2004 at 08:21 PM

    Hi,

    Do you mean to the uploaded document? Is your uploaded document stored in the same repository as the metadata?

    In our case, we have in dataschema the field LinkUrl. When the publishing form saves the data, it puts data in this field. When we show the data, HREF points to this LinkUrl fiels.

    I hope I answer your question.

    Let me know if I am not

    Regards,

    Leonid

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      i suppose the documents are in the same repository as the metadata. and i did almost the same: saved the location in the dataschema and then show as link.

      but if the document has been moved, the dataschema will not update the location automatically and the user has to edit this. this is a disadvantage of this solution. but i don't know any other at the moment, since the targeturl from documents properties does not work...

      so, it's ok.

      thank you,

      Nicole

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