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Use QueryFilter in WD

Hi everybody,

i have imported a Enterprise Java Model from CAF into my WD.

Within the imported model i have several methods like findByMultipleParameters().

My purpose is to use this method but until now i didn't get any results back?

What is my mistake?

KZS_MONI_WS kzs_moni_ws = new KZS_MONI_WS();

Request_KZS_MON_DOC_BOServiceLocal_findByMultipleParameters1 lRequest = new


QueryFilter queryFilter = new QueryFilter(kzs_moni_ws);




//----not used until now

// queryFilter.setAction("");

// queryFilter.setAssociation(false);

// queryFilter.setOperation("OPERATION_NOT");

// queryFilter.setValueHigh("");

// queryFilter.setValueLow("");






Please help. Thank you!



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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 12:14 PM


    After you execute the model, you also need to invalidate the corresponding response model node in your context. This will reinitialize the node, populating it with the model response results, if any.

    So, after the execute statement, add the following:


    Hope this helps!


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