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It is working now. But I want to stop displaying all values of product in URL.
Say for example
Is it possible?
Can you please share how you resolve the issue so if someone else has the same problem they will know what to do.
If do not want to show the list then you could activate a bookmark in the target document. This will make your selection set fix thought. Your other option would be to use the Open Document action and transfer the state. The details on both of these is covered above.
Do u know how to show the parameters DIRECTLY on Url ? Because I need to catch the parameters via url to do another program.
For example, when I select productID='AA01' in a listbox, then the url could show http://myserver//QvAJAXZfc/opendoc.htm?document=DocumentName.qvw&host=Local&select=LB01,"AA01"
Furthermore, If I could select many parameters(ex,productid,year,month,....) and ALL show on URL is better!!
Could it possible? please help!
Thanks a lot
Hi, How did you fix the problem with the selection? I have a URL that has product_id where product_id is a number. If I do select=LB18,1 I'm getting all products that have a 1 (1, 10, 11, 110, etc.)
You need to use this style of notation (value|value). So you your case it would be:
select=LB18,(1|15|35) would select 1, 15, 35 only.
Hi Josh. Cool explanation. Can you also pass a variable value in the querystring?
Together with QV11.2 SR4 the surprising behaviour of the "select=LBxx" has changed a bit. There shouldn't be multiple selections any more. The best syntax I have seen and tested so far is the one mentioned by you:
Only a few things to mention: if the value in this list contains a space or a comma, you have to replace it with '?'. Sideeffect: This syntax allows to pass also '*' wildcards, for example
select=LBxx,(*) will select all
select=LBxx,(Josh*) will select all starting with Josh
select=LBxx,(*Good*|*Bad*) will select containing either Good or Bad
isn't this cool? I have created a URL composer which should make it easier for mortals to compute a valid querystring here: URL Composer = compute an Access-Point link and pass selection values, open sheets etc.