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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
35%
Installation Wizard into new VRC
42%
Manual into existing VRC
3%
Manual into new VRC
19%
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Old 15th May 2003, 19:53
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Talking Pass values from standard session to a customized session !!!

Hi all,

I have one standard session where on the form user is able to
see the Receipt no., now i have also made one customized
Maintain session where user is able to Maintain some records
which r getting stored in temp. table.

My intentions r that i will be attaching this customised session into Special menu of Standard session, but the only problem i am facing is that how can i pass this Receipt no. field which is available on standard session to my customized session ?

whenever the user click on special menu and executes my customized session , the first Display field on the customized session should be populated on the basis of the Recept No. field available on standard session.

Waiting for your replies Gurus.

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You can use the functions - import() or import.4gl.var() in your session as long as the variables you are importing are defined as extern in the other script or if they are table fields.
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You can also use get.var(), e.g. something like get.var(parent, "cprj.f", cprj) to import the external var cprj.f from the standard session to cprj of your own session.

Btw. this version works even for reports scripts or zoom sessions. All you have to do is to determine the correct pid - e.g. via get.var(parent, "parent", pid1), and then get.var(pid1, "parent", pid2). You get the idea.
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Thanks !!

Thanks all of u for these valuable inputs, i will try to do it by tomorrow, & in case if i get any problem i will revert back accordingly.
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