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Connect.It query on target DB

Connect.It query on target DB

Connect.It query on target DB

Can anyone point me to a description of how a Connect.It scenario can query e.g. the AssetCenter DB, and use the information returned to determine a course of action? I have seen that this can be done but haven't found where it is described (RTM, with reference, welcome!!).
many thanks in advance.

RE: Connect.It query on target DB

I'm not sure to understand what you want to do, but I guess you want to query the AC database inside a mapping to retrieve a record, and determine the mapping action from this record.
If so, take a look at the PifNewQueryXXX and PifQueryXXX BASIC functions in the programming reference manual.
There is also a technote explaing how to use them on the support site ("How to query a target system during a mapping").

RE: Connect.It query on target DB

Thanks reno78. Just what the doctor ordered (why didn't I look for a technote *before* posting? Doh!)

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