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    Here's an updated version with better support for data structures. It was using the DD item as the variable name, now it will use the member name.

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    Great idea

    I'll test it later. thanks Craig
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    Hi Craig

    I've installed it on E910 and it works well, thank you.

    Please could you provide an option to allow a prefix to be specified instead of using the data type? I've got the latest version now - this works awesome

    Also is it possible to get this to work with E810?

    Kind regards
    Adrian
    Last edited by aidy; 09-25-2017 at 03:23 AM. Reason: new version installed

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    Smile Variable Creation Tool

    JDE Variable Assist-Mismatch Prefix.pdf

    Hi Craig,

    I tried the latest release that you published on 9/23 and the program did something funky. First, I entered a custom table F55WK03 and added prefix = WK and suffix = 3 and then clicked "Add DD Items" but I did not saved them, in fact I clicked "Cancel" and exit RDA. Then I went back to this program (same section, same event) and when clicked on "Variables" I noticed that it kept the table name F55WK03 with the values for prefix and suffix. I then typed F0101 in the Object box and changed prefix to AA and suffix to 5. I select three fields and clicked the "Add DD Items" button. The program pulled the three fields that I selected to the left pane but with the previous prefix WK and suffix 3. (see attached at top)

    I tried this a second time and the same result but didn't put any prefix and suffix on the first table which is why the fields were pulled with the default name. (see attached below)

    JDE Var Assist-Mismatch 2.pdf

    One last thing, it looks like the CreateVar program stays running even after exiting E1. The issue with this is when signing back on again it skips the sign-on screen.

    On the up-side, I have to say that I like it and thank you for always thinking on us developers.

    Jorge

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    Try it this way ... make your format selection (prefix, suffix etc.) before hitting get. This will retrieve all the DD items and format them as you like. Or just hit get a second time after seeing the DD items and making your choice. Clicking Add DD Items takes exactly what is in the list and adds them. That is why you can manually override any variable name.

    Get will retrieve the DD items. The format options are applied to the retrieved items. Then choose which ones to add.

    Yes, it stays active. I'm toying with having it close when activconsole.exe terminates.

    thanks for the feedback,
    Craig
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    Hi Craig

    The prefix and suffix is not working for me? EDIT....yes it does

    As you say, fill in the values you want BEFORE clicking Get.

    This is awesome stuff
    Last edited by johndanter; 09-26-2017 at 02:25 AM.
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    The Post is so interesting you also provides great tools works really nice. I agree with nkuebelbeck, we need go button to display the variable.If you have any other features tools please share us to increase our knowledge.

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    Hi,

    When I am running this tool getting the below errors... Does anyone faced this issue? Using with DEMO 9.2

    Error1.JPG
    Error2.JPG

    Thanks,
    Gurpreet
    Last edited by gurpreet; 11-26-2017 at 03:25 AM.

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    Good afternoon,

    I have tested this new version into the E910 and it works perfectlly ! So much thanks for the solution man.

    Best regards,

    Sergi

    Quote Originally Posted by craig_welton View Post
    Here's an updated version with better support for data structures. It was using the DD item as the variable name, now it will use the member name.

    thanks
    Craig

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    Hello Craig,

    Try to run createvar.exe (Latest version) but unfortunately, I've got the Database Password Entry Windows (Database System - 920)

    error createvar.jpg
    What's the trouble ?

    Jerome

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