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Using Macro functions in Script

MVP
MVP

Using Macro functions in Script

Please find attached file to access the Macro functions in Scripting. 

Regards,

Jagan.

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Hello Jagan,

This topic is very relevant for some of us, specialy for me.

Could we have more information on this topic ?

Many thanks in advance.

Best regards.

Mehdi

MVP
MVP

Hi,

There is no further information on this topic, just write a macro function whatever you wish and call it in the script.

Regards,

Jagan.

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Hi Sir,

Could you please, explain the Banking & Finacial services Kpi's.

Thanks&Regards

Ramesh

rmuhammad
Contributor

Hi Jagan

when I tried calling function in expression it is giving an error

function TestMe(a,b)

  TestMe = a + b

end function

I am calling it from chart Straight table | expression as

TestMe(10,20)

regards

Rashid

MVP
MVP

Hi Rashid,

It will work only in script, not in chart expressions.

Regards,

jagan.

rubandoss786
Contributor

Hi Jagan,

     It would be helpful if you could share the script in PDF format. I am using personalized edition, so i am unable to open the QVW file...

MVP
MVP

There is no QVW file attached all the macro scripts are there in this Post.

Regards,

Jagan.

rubandoss786
Contributor

HI Jagan,

Please share the process in PDF file. I am using personal edition, I am unable to open the file......

joaquinlr
Valued Contributor II

Hi Hagan:

Interesting sample in order to perform complex calculations on load script time.

I have written this post Macro that runs in Load Script but not in Reload with QMC because I need a function to open & save & close an excel file.

It works when reload script in Desktop but not in a Publisher Task. Could you help me a little, please ?

Thanks

Joaquín

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