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I know I can use &| to allow webfocus to know this isn't a variable, but when I was at summit, they talked about a SET command that would do the same thing so you don't have to change all your amps to amp bar. I was thinking it was SET &ECHO = ALL; but that doesn't seem to be working. I also tried SET DEFECHO = ALL; which also didn't work.
Anyone know which command to set?
- FOCUS Man, just FOCUS! ----------------------------- Product: WebFOCUS Version: 8.1.04 Server: Windows 2008 Server
I've read the -HTMLFORM syntax listing in Chapter 5 Managing Flow of Control in an Application in the Developing Reporting Apps manual, several times over the years, and didn't remember seeing the 'NOEVAL' option.
Did a search and there was the '-HTMLFORM BEGIN NOEVAL' syntax 'hiding' in the 'Amper Auto-Prompting Considerations' section of Chapter 3! Definitely needs to be listed in the syntax section.
I will try this parm the next time I am building URL querystrings, within a HTML form construct.
Great share Gavin! And please ask your coworker to join FocalPoint.