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I have a procedure that has multiple procedures. Each procedure prompts for a &termcode value. Is there a way to enter the value once and have it pass from one procedure to the next. That way I don't have to hard code and the enduser doesn't have to enter the parameter multiple times. I tried to give an example below:
TABLE FILE AS_STUDENT_ENROLLMENT_SUMMARY PRINT ID LAST_NAME FIRST_NAME MIDDLE_INITIAL ENROLLMENT_AR_IND CLAS_CODE TOTAL_BILLING_HOURS OVERALL_LGPA_GPA MAJR_DESC1 BY PIDM_KEY HEADING "" FOOTING "" WHERE TERM_CODE_KEY EQ '&TERM_CODE_KEY.Enrollment Term Code.'; WHERE ( TOTAL_BILLING_HOURS GT 0 ); ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM OFF ON TABLE NOTOTAL ON TABLE HOLD AS INDHOLD FORMAT FOCUS INDEX 'PIDM_KEY'
TABLE FILE SLRRASG PRINT SLRRASG_TERM_CODE SLRRASG_BLDG_CODE SLRRASG_ROOM_NUMBER SLRRASG_BEGIN_DATE SLRRASG_END_DATE SLRRASG_AR_IND BY SLRRASG_PIDM HEADING "" FOOTING "" WHERE SLRRASG_TERM_CODE EQ '&SLRRASG_TERM_CODE.Room Term Code.'; WHERE SLRRASG_ASCD_CODE EQ 'AC'; ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM OFF ON TABLE SET BYDISPLAY ON ON TABLE NOTOTAL ON TABLE HOLD AS HOUSHOLD FORMAT FOCUS INDEX 'SLRRASG_PIDM'
TABLE FILE SLRMASG PRINT SLRMASG_BEGIN_DATE SLRMASG_END_DATE SLRMASG_MSCD_CODE SLRMASG_AR_IND SLRMASG_MRCD_CODE BY SLRMASG_PIDM HEADING "" FOOTING "" WHERE SLRMASG_TERM_CODE EQ mmm; WHERE SLRMASG_MSCD_CODE EQ 'WD' OR 'AC'; ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM OFF ON TABLE NOTOTAL ON TABLE HOLD AS MEALHOLD FORMAT FOCUS INDEX 'SLRMASG_PIDM'This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
WebFOCUS 7.6.2, MS Windows Server/______, Excel, PDF, HTML
Well, it depends. You can prompt for the single amper variable in the main parent program. Once in there, set the double amper variable with the contents of the single. In your child program, reference the double.
You don't have to declare it. Just make sure that it has a value when it needs to.
This might be a redundant comment: If the child fexes are -INCLUDEd ie. -INCLUDE child_fex_name then you should be fine. If the child fexes are EXecuted ie. EX child_fex_name then you want to pass the parameter as follows: EX child_fex_name TERM_CODE_KEY=&TERM_CODE_KEY enclose &TERM_CODE_KEY in single quotes if the value may contain spaces. Regards
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