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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
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Old 9th May 2012, 21:40
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Hi - I would like to have the item code in a question much like this standard question:
" Units of Item %s and Item %s do not match, continue?"
when I did this for my custom question I got a missing arguement error.
where do I specify that the %s or %d is the tisfc999.item?
Do I put it in the question or the script? or?

my code is:
if ask.enum("tisfc999.01", tcyesno.yes) = tcyesno.yes then
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Old 10th May 2012, 07:27
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Baan: Baan IVc4, Infor ERP LN - DB: SQL 2005 - OS: Windows XP, UNIX

Refer the programmers guide for the function usage.Link for the same

In your case you can add the arguments as below

ask.enum("tisfc999.01", tcyesno.yes, <arg1>, <arg2>, ...)

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