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I know how to use variables in column formula. But the problem is the variable name is different for each row based on value of Region column.
So I cannot write the variable name in VALUEOF function.
The text after NQ_SESSION in VALUEOF(NQ_SESSION. <>).should change for each row.
Region Variable value
Not really sure what you are trying to do but there is probably another way of achieving it without going to such trouble.
Have a read about the valuelistof function which can be used with row wise variables in an init block. This may point you in the right direction.
Thanks for your inputs. I will to try explain my requirement below.
I have a detail report from which I want to navigate to the source application and pass dimension column value.
For example if my report is like
Order Number DatasourceIndicator Source URL Amount
O1 ORDERSOURCE1 abc:9704/order 1000
O2 ORDERSOURCE2 efg:9704/order 1500
O3 ORDERSOURCE1 abc:9704/order 1700
If I click on OrderNumber O2 i should navigate to source application 2 URL ( SOURCESERVER2:PORTNUMBER) and pass O2 to the source page.
If I click on OrderNumber O3 i should navigate to source application 1 URL ( SOURCESERVER1:PORTNUMBER) and pass O3 to the source page.
The URLs are stored in a separate table URL table
I can easily import this URL table in RPD, create a join with ORDER on DatasourceIndicator and use the URL column to get the Source URL.
But I do not want to import table and create joins ( This is my last option though ).
So, I was trying get the source URL values using session variables or some other easier way.
I will check what can be done with valuelistof function. Please suggest if this can be done in some other easier way.
If I understand you correctly (which I may not) I would advise you model this data in the traditional way using joins. Much easier than messing around with row wise session variables. You could use the action framework with a custom browser script to build up your URL to the external system.1 person found this helpful
I agree I might have to model this data in the traditional way. However, I am keeping options open to achieve it in some other way where I don't have to join with Tables.