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how to extract data combine with the parent datawindow and child datawindow?

how to extract data combine with the parent datawindow and child datawindow?

how to extract data combine with the parent datawindow and child datawindow?

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how to extract data combine with the parent datawindow and child datawindow? Thanks!

RE: how to extract data combine with the parent datawindow and child datawindow?

You have to do this 'manually' either by appending each child row with its parent (into a string for example) or by having a third datawindow/datastore (which has all the fields you wish to use) into which you copy the data from the parent/child datawindows and then save/extract from it.

Matt

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RE: how to extract data combine with the parent datawindow and child datawindow?

You could try an XML-export of an nested report including your master and detail window.
Master and detail then require valid XML-templates (DW-Painter).

See also PB-Help: XML templates / edit composite and nested reports

The newest Appeon PowerBuilder also supports JSON

Should work, long ago since I tried it.

Good luck

Gerd

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