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Is there a way to get DW retrieval arg values?

Is there a way to get DW retrieval arg values?

Is there a way to get DW retrieval arg values?

I have a screen that passess a datawindow to another screen.
The dw has 2 retrieval arguments (min and max).
On the 2nd screen I would like to reference the value of these retrieval arguments.
text_ctrl.text = 'All records with value between [arg_min] and [arg_max]'

Is there a way to get at the argument parameters of a DW to read their values?

I appreciate any suggestions, etc.

P.S. I apologize if this is a stupid question. It has been a while since I have worked with PB.

RE: Is there a way to get DW retrieval arg values?

There may be a simpler way, but I'm not coming up with it off the top of my head...

Can you add a computed field to the detail with the value of arg_min/arg_max and then GetItemNumber( ll_row, 'computed_field_name' ) them?

RE: Is there a way to get DW retrieval arg values?

Yeah, that is what I ended up doing - including the args as computed values. Seems a bit redundant since the values are already in the DW but apparently not readily available.


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