Reply posted on October 15, 2009 by KANNANK1
I am using a Multiple select ValueList property to capture user details and combine the values into a single property for the Obj-Browse Condition.
Reply posted on September 28, 2009 by SCHIERET
quote: Originally posted by MANDAPAN Hi SCHIERET Did you mean, you have used PARAM.string in the step page.? Which version are u using? Yes. I used param.string in the step page. We are using version 5.2.
Reply posted on September 24, 2009 by SCHIERET
Jon, I am reading the PRPC help on the term "indirect page" and it's somewhat confusing. Quote.... An indirect page reference is a page reference that starts with the keyword prompt followed by the page name. Unlike an explicit, fully...
Reply posted on September 16, 2009 by SABANC01
Kannak, No worries, I ended up using this as an alternative and it's working fine. Many thanks for your help. @substring(@getCurrentDateStamp(), 0, 4) Regards, Claudio
Reply posted on September 14, 2009 by REPLMPega
Hi Nav, Let me propose an additional option. When a request is made of PRPC to run an Activity, PRPC has to look to see if the assembled class is available. It does this by asking the classloader if the class is loaded. This is called a "peek"...
Reply posted on September 11, 2009 by KANTHAL1
You can compare two strings using equals method. As per your requirement you can convert two strings as follows and compare the same. String FormatString = "dd-MM-yyyy"; SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat(FormatString); Date date1 =...