In need of more focal point expertise.
I have a drilldown to a .htm file that has an embedded procedure that is using the variables that I am passing.
$ TYPE=DATA, COLUMN=UPDT_FLD, URL=http://wfprd/approot/b009503/work_queue_detail_test.htm? (EMPL_ID=EMPL_ID EFF_DT=EFF_DT OT_TM=OT_TM), $
However, I cannot get my three text fields to populate in the .htm. I've been using !IBI.AMP.EMPL_ID;, etc. Can this not be done using a drilldown?
Thanks in advance.This message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
Found this example:
TABLE FILE GGSALES ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM OFF SUM UNITS AND DOLLARS BY CATEGORY BY REGION HEADING "Regional Sales Report" " " ON TABLE SET STYLE * TYPE=REPORT, GRID=OFF, $ TYPE=DATA, COLUMN=REGION, URL=/ibi_apps/WFServlet?(IBIF_ex='ggdrill' AREA=REGION IBIC_server='EDASERVE' IBI_APPS='IBISAMP'),$ ENDSTYLE END
If this does not help, I can send our solution tomorrow, because we use URL links from WF to our intranet and we pass parameters aswell.
Release: WebFOCUS 8104, AppStudio: 8105
Output: HTML,Excel,Active Reports
SSander's example shows that your drill-down should target an actual WebFOCUS .fex procedure (via WFServlet) and that will cause your URL values to turn into nice &variables the .fex can see. You can the use -HTMLFORM from within that fex to invoke your .htm file and !IBI.AMP.EMPL_ID; will finally make sense
One possible solution would be to call the fex file and define the variable on top of the fex file and then invoke your .html inside of .fex file and use !IBI.AMP.EMPL_ID. It should work.
Windows, All Outputs
You can pass a parameter to an HTM page just make sure that the parameter linked to a control has the same name as what you are passing in the drill down or URL.
function setControls(country, car, model)
If this does not help then open a ticket with tech Support.
WebFOCUS 8103, Windows, App Studio
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