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Retrieval arguments in pipelines

2 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2006-01-19 18:02:01.0Z
Diego Marrero Posted on 2006-01-19 09:43:21.0Z
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Hi all.

I have a pipeline that works well as long as I don't define retrieval
arguments. I am not sure how to specify the retrieval arguments at runtime.
I'd appreciatte an example.

TIA

Diego Marrero


"Manuel Espinoza" Posted on 2006-01-19 18:02:01.0Z
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In this case, I use an array in order to specify the args. In the Start
function, you indicate the source connection, target connection, a
datawindow control(which will show error messages if any) and finally, the
retrieval arguments:

Pipeline_1.Start(SQLCA, destino, dw_1, argumentos[1], argumentos[2],
argumentos[3], argumentos[4], argumentos[5]&
, argumentos[6], argumentos[7], argumentos[8], argumentos[9],
argumentos[10] &
, argumentos[11], argumentos[12], argumentos[13], argumentos[14],
argumentos[15])


HTH


"Diego Marrero" <diego@vegati.com> escribió en el mensaje
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> Hi all.
>
> I have a pipeline that works well as long as I don't define retrieval
> arguments. I am not sure how to specify the retrieval arguments at
> runtime.
> I'd appreciatte an example.
>
> TIA
>
> Diego Marrero
>
>