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I would like to be able to change the connection_attribute on the following command
ENGINE SQLORA SET CONNECTION_ATTRIBUTES DBNAME DB1/testsvr,C1376E053050CB78
There are four possible connections that the user can choose from each with their own connection information.
DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4
DBNAME is set in the edasprof.prf file to the default database and the metadata is created using this DBNAME. So setting the connection attribute for a users session will allow them to switch to different databases on the fly. The part that I don't know how to do is write the procedure/command that the user will run to do this, conceptually I know how to do this but being new to WF I don't know which method would be the most effective. I envision a drop down box with the various DB's listed and then the user selecting their choice and setting the connection attribute. I think what is throwing me is that there is no output that is produced once the user makes the selection. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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