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Object documentation Commands for Conditions 

Definition

Command for a data provider.

Use

'You can change existing (local) conditions and define new (local) ones with this command.

Note

Conditions that were defined in the Query Designer cannot be changed.

Structure

CMD

SET_CONDITION

Parameter

Description

CONDITION_ID

(optional)

ID of the condition to be changed

If there is no condition with this ID, a new condition is created. A new condition is also created if this parameter is not filled. For how to determine the CONDITION_ID, see the notes below.

ACTIVE

'X' = Yes, '  '  = No

Condition active

DESCRIPTION

Description

This text is displayed in the list of conditions.

IOBJNM_I

List of characteristics

List of the characteristics for which the condition should be applied in combination. If no characteristic is specified, the condition is applied to all characteristics.

STRUCTURE_MEMBER_1_I

Structural component of the first structure

A condition always refers to exactly one value cell. To do this, you have to specify the components of the structure (25-character string) for all the occurring structures (maximum 2).

STRUCTURE_MEMBER_2_I

Structural component of the second structure (if it exists)

OPERATOR_I

An operator

'EQ' = Equal to

'NE' = Not equal to

'BT' = Interval

'LE' : Less than or equal to

'LT' = Less than

'GE' : Greater than or equal to

'GT' = Greater than

'TC' = Top n

'TP' = Top percent

'TS' = Top sum

'BC' = Bottom n

'BP' = Bottom percent

'BS' = Bottom sum

VALUE_LOW_I

Numerical value for operator

VALUE_HIGH_I

Numerical value for operator

Only the interval operator needs this value.

Note

To determine Condition_ID, proceed as follows:

·  Create a Web application with the List of Conditions Web item.

·  Call the Web application and deactivate the snippet operations (SNIPPET_OPERATIONS='  ') in the Web application URL.

·  Choose Activate or Deactivate in the context menu for the List of Conditions or choose This graphic is explained in the accompanying text (Activate/Deactivate).

You can now see the Condition_ID in the URL. Alternatively, you can also see the Condition_ID in the source code for the Web application (View Source).

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