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Datawindow - mssql server stored proc - parameter(s) question

2 posts in DataWindow Last posting was on 2008-11-24 19:32:08.0Z
TonyMIS Posted on 2008-11-24 18:36:05.0Z
From: TonyMIS <aesteves@bostonfinancial.com>
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Subject: Datawindow - mssql server stored proc - parameter(s) question
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Hello
PB 10 build 4510 MSsql server 8.00.194
I want to build a dw. I want to build it off of a stored proc. A
persons user id is the value that would be passed to the stored proc
(based on a row selected from a window--double clicked event).

The tricky part is this: There are three possible windows the user id
could be passed from.


TonyMIS Posted on 2008-11-24 19:32:08.0Z
From: TonyMIS <aesteves@bostonfinancial.com>
Newsgroups: sybase.public.powerbuilder.datawindow
Subject: Re: Datawindow - mssql server stored proc - parameter(s) question
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On Nov 24, 1:36 pm, TonyMIS <aeste...@bostonfinancial.com> wrote:
> Hello
> PB 10 build 4510 MSsql server 8.00.194
> I want to build a dw.  I want to build it off of a stored proc. A
> persons user id is the value that would be passed to the stored proc
> (based on a row selected from a window--double clicked event).
>
> The tricky part is this:  There are three possible windows the user id
> could be passed from.

I sent the question before I finished it, in the meantime I figured
out the resolution.