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usage of variables

Hi,

can we use variables in conditions if so what type of variable?

can we use variables in exceptions if so what type of variable?

what happens when we check the option 'Ready for input'

in variables?

I would be thankful to get answers from u great people

asap.

shylaja

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2005 at 10:13 AM

    Hi Shylaja,

    'Ready for input' means this variable will appear in the selection screen. whenever you execute query selection-screen will comes first ,If you wish this variable to be in the selection list you need to check that box..

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2005 at 04:31 PM

    Hi,

    Yes you can use formula variable as the reference value of the condition. You can choose value limit of the condition during query execution on the variable dialog box.

    Yes you can use formula variables for the from and to values of the exception.

    "Ready for input" in variable definition means that this variable will be placed on variable dialog box during query execution. Thanks to that user will have possibility to restrict data. Sometimes you don't want this functionality for example for variables filled by user exit or filled by authorization.

    Krzys

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I have a quite similar situation. In my query I have a formula variable with replacement path. If I use this variable in a CKF with boolean rule (have to check the value of several variables) I try to place a condition for the result of the CKF. In the query there seems to be no chance to view a result for the CKF and this might be the cause for malfunction of the condition.

      Is there any chance to solve this?

      Jan

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