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Variables passing from one view to another view

Variables passing from one view to another view

Variables passing from one view to another view

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I have created a view that has a button that brings up a prompt to select a month to refine a search of the listed documents by opening up another view for a selected month from that prompt's selection.  I am saving the seleciton to a temporary variable.  I need to pass this variable to another view.  I have tried Profile Documents but I must be doing something wrong because when I pull up the other view it doesn't select the correct month from the Profile Document.  Is there another way to pass variables from one view to another?  If not, how would you use the Profile Document?  Here is a part of the function that I used.

@SetProfileField("Variables";"Vmonth";8);
Mmonth:=@GetProfileField("Variables";"Vmonth");

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