Reading Data Selection at run time

amwalshjde

Well Known Member
I wonder if it is possible to determine the data selection used for a UBE
during run time?

Ideally, inside of the UBE I could be able to view all fields and the
conditions on them. I am not really sure how JDE stores data selection at
run time. Is it in a table, cache, or somewhere else? Any ideas would be
great.

AW
(Zoltan my) Setup is B7332 sp13.1 AS/400 and some fat clients and a lot of
citrix.



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JDE stores the selection criteria in a BLOB field in the spec files. You can
read the spec files with a JDE API, but it's pretty nasty code. Call me at
home and we can discuss.




On Thu, 15 Feb 2001 06:18:27 -0800 (PST), [email protected] wrote:

> I wonder if it is possible to determine the data selection used for a UBE
> during run time?
>
> Ideally, inside of the UBE I could be able to view all fields and the
> conditions on them. I am not really sure how JDE stores data selection
at
> run time. Is it in a table, cache, or somewhere else? Any ideas would
be
> great.
>
> AW
> (Zoltan my) Setup is B7332 sp13.1 AS/400 and some fat clients and a lot
of
> citrix.
>
>
>
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