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E1: TC: Table Conversion Design Aid Event Variables Contain Expression [ + ] [ ] in Debugger (Doc ID 2145867.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Within ER Debugger for Event Level Variables (VA evt_*) produce the characters ' [ + ] [ ] ' as part of the expression. This expression is not shown when the event variables are set to report level (VA rpt_*).

Steps to replicate:

  1. Enter Table Conversion (TC) Design Aid for a TC (e.g. R8900F0006).

  2. Under "Events" Dropdown, select "Row Fetched".

  3. Click "Advanced ER" button.

  4. Click "Variables" Icon, enter "ALPH" for DD item, Click "Add" button.

  5. Ensure "Event" radio button is selected, click "Finish" button, and click "OK" button.

  6. Click "X=" Assignment/Expression button.

  7. Scroll to bottom of "To Object" list and highlight "VA evt_NameAlpha".

  8. Enter a valid Object Name per user choice in "From Object/Literal" and click "OK".

  9. Click green checkmark for "Save and Exit" and click "Save" from TC Design Aid menu then, Close/Exit TC Design Aid.

  10. Click "Cancel" and Close/Exit OMW.

  11. Fastpath (FP) to debug and run "Debug Application".

  12. Select the "TC" tab in the bottom-left window and QBE filter ObjectName for the TC.

  13. Double-click any TC version in filtered list.

  14. Expand the TC in upper-left window, Click Plus sign for "Row Fetched".

  15. Go to bottom-center window and expand Variables then, expand ER Variables.

  16. Double-click "VA evt_NameAlpha" and observe ' [ + ] [ ] ' expression is evident.

  17. Double-click any "VA rpt" and observe ' [ + ] [ ] ' expression is *not* evident.



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