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Passing parameters to modules?

Passing parameters to modules?

Passing parameters to modules?

I'm working on a customized search web page in ASP.NET that gives a quick view of information; for example, if you type in part of a customer name, it will give you a list of matches with the customer number.

This would be included in the "Resources" web browser on the main MAS startup page.

SO, the question is, once I've retrieved this list of customer numbers, can I use a hyperlink to somehow launch the Customer Maintenance module and pass the customer number to the module, thus loading that customer?  Same with Sales Order History... I'd like to be able to click on a sales order in the web page, and have it launch the Sales Order History inquiry with that sales order number already there.

I'm making an assumption that since MAS can pass information between modules, that there should be a way to do this as well.



Just my 2¢

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